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Client:

Department for Planning, Transport and Infrastructure

Value:

$44 million

Location:

Adelaide, South Australia

Contract Period:

October 2012 – October 2013

Goodwood Junction Rail Grade Separation

The Goodwood Junction Grade Separation Project comprised grade separations at two existing at-grade freight and passenger rail junctions, construction of a new rail bridge over lowered rail tracks, a new road bridge on Victoria Street and realignment of Brownhill Creek.

The scope of works included continuous flight augered piling, excavation of 40,000m3 of rail ballast and soil, construction of a 550m underpass, construction of 550m of track slab, 52m at-grade rail bridge, 12m bridge and deck construction over a street crossing, infrastructure for future electrification, a diversion culvert for Brownhill Creek, relocation of sewer mains and services, pedestrian crossings and footpaths.

The Goodwood Junction Rail Grade Separation project won the South Australian and National Civil Contractors Federation Earth Award for projects valued between $20m and $75m. More award winning projects can be viewed here.