EnerMech Australia’s Electrical & Instrumentation team have extended their involvement in one of the country’s largest infrastructure projects.
The landmark A$ 2.1bn CBD and South East Light Rail Project will be operational in early 2019, with 19 stops over a 12km route.
We have been awarded the contract for the design and construction works of Moore Park Tunnel Temporary Lighting package by global infrastructure developer Acciona.
This is in addition to a raft of other work being undertaken by specialised EnerMech E&I teams which includes electrical support for production of specialist ITP/ITC and method statement documentation; providing CAD Welding and testing services on track slabs; running, terminating and testing 750V negative cables (DC); cable running such as rail cross bonding, straight current collection pit, rail test pit and cables to voltage tripping device (VTD).
John Cox, EnerMech’s Electrical & Instrumentation Technical Director, said: “The breadth and scope of works which we are contributing to the CBD and South East Light Rail Project underlines our organisational ethos of being capable of delivering multi-disciplined services in highly specialised areas which provide value to clients across the entire project lifecycle.”