Perth Stadium Rail, Burswood, Western Australia

Perth Stadium Rail, Burswood, Western Australia
  • Client: Laing O’Rourke
  • Contract value: $15m

Project description

Perth’s new Stadium Station Complex includes the Stadium Station and significant rail works, including infrastructure to enable Transperth to store up to 117 rail cars at Burswood. Monford provided construction services and site management for the project. As the project is located on a contaminated site, there was asbestos, acid sulphate soils and other contaminants to contend with, and strict environmental controls and monitoring to adhere to. Monford’s site management team used tablets to complete online ITPs, ITRs and HSE inspections to improve efficiency and compliance.

Scope of work

  • Site clearance, grubbing, topsoil stripping and stockpiling (18,000m2)
  • Site preparation for car park and site compound including ground preparation and installation of 150mm capping material (4,670m2)
  • Temporary works including of the construction of piling rig platforms – placing and compacting 300m of limestone sub-base (5,198m2)
  • Excavate, load and haul surcharge material to stockpile for re-use (26,000m3)
  • Load, haul and place selected fill material from stockpiles (22,200m3)
  • Excavate three tower crane base s (384m3)
  • Break down and remove 202 concrete pile caps
  • Bulk earthworks and final trim
  • Detailed earthworks including backfill and compaction
  • Excavate underground services, 0.5-1.0m deep, supply and install 150mm conduit, backfill with excavated material (500m)
  • Cut to fill and stockpiling (30,000m2)
  • Place and compact imported crushed limestone (2,000m3)
  • Prepare foundation and subgrade
  • Construct an acid sulphate soil treatment pad
  • Install a packaged pump station
  • Construct temporary haul roads
  • Remove, treat and replace unsuitable materials (eg acid sulphate soils)
    Excavate Eco-Crate drainage system (23,700m3) and installation of sand bedding (1,756m3)
  • Install Eco-Crate drainage system (2,100m3)