Weston Williamson + Partners, Tzannes and ASPECT Studios are delighted to announce that the proposed design for the renewal of Circular Quay has been selected by the NSW Government to proceed to the design and planning phase of the project.
The 129-year-old Armadale Line’s transformation is another step closer with a contract awarded for the METRONET Byford Rail Extension.
A major milestone was reached at Arden Station with the final segment of the station entrance arches landing. The 15 arches, lined with over 100,000 hand laid bricks, comprising a total of 45 segments, are now in place.
The station entrance arch design is grand in scale and reflects Arden’s rich industrial history. The choice of brick is evocative of a past era at Arden where bricks were once manufactured.
The design for the Metro Tunnel stations is a collaboration between Hassell, Weston Williamson + Partners, and Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners as part of the CYP Design & Construction joint venture (Lendlease, John Holland and Bouygues Construction Australia).
All four of the Project’s tunnel boring machines – Joan, Meg, Millie and Alice – have arrived at their final destination at the new Town Hall Station site, completing the twin 9km tunnels between the five new underground stations and two tunnel entrances, from Kensington to South Yarra.
The Metro Tunnel Project in Melbourne has achieved a major milestone, with the project’s first tunnel breakthrough. Three massive machines called roadheaders – each weighing more than 100 tonnes – have met 300 metres underground after months of around the clock excavation.
After debuting with two installations in 2018, WW+P is back at Vivid Sydney, this time with a 55 metre long River of Light.
Senior Associate Stuart Harper will be discussing the role of infrastructure in connecting and creating communities at the WSP Pathways event on October 18. The evening is an opportunity for young professionals in the industry to share ideas and creativity; to engage and network.
Clients and industry colleagues joined us to celebrate the opening of our new Melbourne studio on Flinders Lane on Tuesday August 14.
Weston Williamson has boosted the senior teams in both its Melbourne and Sydney studios to deliver major new rail projects in both cities.
Minister for Public Transport The Hon. Jacinta Allan MP has today released updated images of the Metro Tunnel Project – Victoria’s biggest ever public transport project.
Clients and industry colleagues joined us to celebrate the opening of our beautiful new Sydney studio in Foveaux Street, Surry Hills on Thursday May 17.
Midnight Sun, our spectacular light installation, was the star attraction at the launch of this year’s Vivid festival, a 23 day and night celebration of light and music taking place in Sydney from May 25 to June 16.
Our growing team in Sydney has won its first cultural/heritage project, the refurbishment of All Souls Chapel in Rookwood cemetery, Sydney. The chapel is one of a number of architecturally significant 19th century buildings and mausolea on the 280 hectare site that are in need of restoration. The works include internal refurbishment as well as a new external podium and canopy.
The Forrestfield Airport Link (FAL) design team in Perth has achieved two important programme milestones this month, with the completion of the detailed design stage for both Belmont and Forrestfield stations
The Weston Williamson Partners Team in Australia submitted an entry for the Resilient Melbourne Competition
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