Nace Civil Engineering’s experience and capability extends to the formation, drainage, trackwork and associated electrical works required for rail projects. Nace Civil Engineering have invested in the people and capabilities needed to bring our clients unrivalled expertise to manage rail projects from end-to-end. As part of this, safety is of critical importance, therefore Nace Civil Engineering ensures all rail projects comply with Australian legislation. Specifically, all works are undertaken with adherence to state rail’s stringent safety standards and strict rail possession periods.
A selection of Nace Civil Engineering rail projects can be found below.
To cater for future growth in passenger train services from the Blacktown area, the stabling capacity at Blacktown Yard, located adjacent to the Richmond line on the country side of Blacktown Station, was increased by 3 x 8 car seats.
• surveying, construction of new & removal of redundant security fences;
• relocation of existing services;
• construction of signal cable route;
• cable installation and commissioning;
• construction of retaining walls & access roads;
• CCTV cable route & control room;
• miscellaneous minor civil works;
• track work;
• overhead structure;
Blacktown Railway Station
December 2005 - May 2006
Railcorp. Andrew Wilson (Project Manager)
61 2 4223 5504
Works under this Contract comprised the supply of all labour, materials, plant and equipment for the provision of the track formation from the country side of turnout 49 Auburn to the end of the shunting neck near Granville station (excluding 705 crossover).
• prepare, implement and manage Environmental Management Plan;
• prepare, implement and manage Safety Management Plan and an OHS&R Plan;
• site establishment including the supply of all site amenities and power, and provision of safety requirements arising from the agreed safety management plan;
• co-ordinate works to allow works by others;
• devegetation, grubbing and topsoil removal from excavation areas;
• removal of trackwork to allow embankment extension;
• removal of existing track starting from the 48 points stockrails;
• removal of Auburn 48 turnout;
• removal and recovery of the Down Relief turnout portion of Auburn 47 crossover;
• construction of earthworks up to and including provision of a capping layer as detailed in the Drawings from the start of turnout 48 points stock rails to 21.147km but excluding crossover 705 (from end of the points stock rail to 4m past the crossing);
• construction of those separable parts of the new track drainage included in the scope of the works to the Down Relief Line from 18.717km to 21.5km.
Auburn to Granville