Client: John Holland & CPB JV
Asset Owner: ACT Government
The project scope involved civil infrastructure works supporting the JV. This included laying of new pipe, condition assessment, asset relocation and rehabilitation works for existing pipework, conduits and civils.
Killard construction work involved:
The Canberra light rail network, also known as Canberra Metro, is a light rail system serving the city of Canberra. The initial 12-kilometre line links the northern town centre of Gungahlin to the city centre (Civic) and has 13 stops. Services commenced on 20 April 2019. A stage 2 extension of the line south to the Woden Town Centre is currently being planned.
Design and construction costs for the project were budgeted at $707 million.
5t – 29t Excavators, Non Destructive Dig Truck, Combo Jet Vac Truck, CCTV Camera Van, 3t Tippers, 9t Dump truck
Stormwater pipes laid DN150 PVC to DN750 Concrete. Approx. 4km
CIPP Liners for stormwater culverts DN675, DN1050, DN1200 & DN1500
Oct 2017- Late 2019
Killard – Construct, rehabilitate, asset relocation, condition assessment
By Project Management Personnel
Safety incidents – nil
Environmental incidents – nil
Mr. Sean McGurk
John Holland – CPB JV
This project demonstrated our ability as a civil construction company to conduct stormwater/sewer build & rehab as well as engage in a multifunctional role and work collaboratively with a tier 1 JV on a major project.
Our innovative solutions were world class leading, including the Quicklock pipe patching system with rubber seals, which was selected by the ACT Govt for its durability and longevity.
The iMPREG CIPP liner enabled existing assets under the track to be retained.
Our IBAK Orpheus 2 HD camera system was chosen for condition assessment work as the images recorded were of outstanding quality.