Procedural Review on the Sydney Light Rail project

Currently under construction, the CBD South East Light Rail line will span 12 kilometres and feature 19 stops, stretching from Circular Quay to Sydney’s south eastern suburbs. A tunnel underneath Moore Park and a bridge over the Eastern Distributor roadway will facilitate access to Randwick, Kensington and Kingsford.

The CBD South East Light Rail will redefine travel through the city, decongesting key routes in the CBD and linking up with important locations such as the sporting and entertainment facilities in Moore Park and Randwick, along with the University of NSW, TAFE and hospital precincts. The project will be completed and services will start running in 2019.

Acciona, the company responsible for delivering the project, appointed HLD to perform an independent technical review of the crane and lifting operations procedures for the project.

The review helped Acciona improve their work, health and safety management as well as increase efficiencies in their technical lifting, helping save valuable time on the project.