The Level Crossing Removal Project was a program from the Government of Victoria, Australia, to remove 85 level crossings in Melbourne. The Clyde Road Crossing removal led to improved safety and traffic flow at the level crossing at Clyde Road along the Pakenham line.
This was achieved by building a road underpass beneath the rail line in February 2022. This was the 12th of 22 level crossing removals on the Pakenham line, and the 58th of the 85 dangerous and congested level crossings across the state that will be gone for good.
Bus interchanges at Berwick Station were upgraded, and new walking and bike riding connections created.
MBB’s scope included a Project Engineer in the structure’s delivery team, in addition to the management of construction and design.
Scopes for our project engineer included Shotcrete retaining walls, Steel Beam Girders and Bracing Installation, L-Shaped retaining walls, Cantilever Retaining walls, Tanking and Approach Slabs, as well as management of construction and design queries, review documents including drawings, Red Line Mark Ups, and As-builts.
MTM, City of Casey Council, DoT, and LXRP are among the stakeholders and asset managers.
Some of the collaborators we worked with
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