The Sydney Metro City & Southwest is a 30 kilometre metro rail between Chatswood and Bankstown, including; 17 kilometres of new tunnel from Chatswood, under the harbour to Sydenham connecting 7 new underground stations at Crows Nest, Victoria Cross (North Sydney), Barangaroo, Pitt Street, Martin Place, Central and Waterloo, and upgrading 13 kilometres of the Bankstown line, including 11 existing stations; Sydenham, Marrickville, Dulwich Hill, Hurlstone Park, Canterbury, Campsie, Belmore, Lakemba, Wiley Park, Punchbowl and Bankstown plus southern service facilities.
Sydenham Station is a key component of Sydney Metro City & Southwest as located at the interface between the tunnel from Chatswood to Sydenham and the Bankstown line conversion. The Project Work comprises upgrades to rail and station infrastructure to support customer movement and experience, and address fundamental transport and functionality needs across the existing Sydenham Station and Junction. To facilitate the above, a number of utilities and services will need to be relocated including works to Sydney Waters detention basin (Sydenham Pit).
Sydenham Station and Junction work key features:
Main features of the upgrade include:
• new station entrances at Burrows Road and Railway Parade
• new concourse over the station with lifts and stairs to each platform, including the two new Sydney Metro platforms
• platforms 1 and 2 converted to Sydney Metro standards including platform screen doors and new canopies
• easy interchange for passengers between Sydney Trains and Sydney Metro services
• improved interchange for bus customers
• existing platforms 3, 4, 5 and 6 will continue to be used by trains operating on the Sydney Trains network
Workplace Development & Industry Participation (WD&IP)
The JHLOR JV is committed to achieving diversity in the workforce and supply chain. This will be achieved through direct and indirect initiatives some of which are outlined below:
- Increase female workforce
- Increase the under 25 year old workforce
- Increase Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander workforce
- Increase Local Sustainable Jobs
- Increase Graduate and Intern opportunities
- Increase Apprentices or Trainee opportunities
- Increasing local & SME supply chain engagement
- Aboriginal Participation in Construction (APIC)
The three pillars of sustainability are environmental, social and economic. The sustainability achievements for the project are as follows:
- Implement climate change initiatives
- Implement a carbon and energy management scheme
- Increase water use efficiency
- Be conscious and informed when procuring materials
- Ensure that the supply chain is conscious and informed when dealing with sustainability
- Deliver positive social outcomes as part of our community legacy
As part of the JHLOR JV commitment to the Sydney economy and community, locally based contractors are encouraged to register their interest in the work packages below.
Following this EOI stage, the procurement process is as follows:
- Potential tenderers will be provided a more detailed scope and asked to respond to a package specific questionnaire
- If satisfactory, potential tenderers will then be issued the ITT documents for the works.
How to register an Expression of Interest for listed packages
- Work Packages currently available to submit an EOI for are listed below.
- To submit an initial EOI for the Work Scopes, companies must have an ICN Gateway company profile. Information on how to register your company on ICN Gateway is detailed below.
This is an initial, generic EOI submission only.
ICN Gateway Company Registration
- Click here to register your company profile on ICN Gateway.
- Support and assistance is available through the web links listed below.
- Your company summary and company description are used to assess your ability to complete projects when you lodge an EOI - please ensure that your company invests the time and energy required to represent your company in the most effective manner possible.