BROADMEADOW STATION UPGRADE
Part of the Transport Access Program, this is a design and construct project to improve access for customers and deliver modern and secure transport infrastructure.
The scope of work included construction of three lift wells and installation of passenger lifts, a new electrical substation, electrical conduit connections beneath the rail corridor, upgrades to stairs, ramps and subways, signage, lighting, new rain shelters and amenities on all four platforms.
Some works on the station platforms, at the station entrance and in the pedestrian tunnels beneath the tracks were carried out while the station remained open to the public. These elements were carefully staged to minimise disruption and maintain public safety.
The electrical demand of the new lifts required a new substation, with conduit connections installed by directional drilling, passing under the rail tracks.
Other works, such as excavation and piling for construction of the lift wells, could only be carried out during weekend rail possession periods within strictly pre-determined time windows. Programming of works during possession periods was planned in hour by hour detail, with two shift teams working around the clock.
Transport for NSW