Craig Stoddart Celebrates 5 Years with CJC Management

9 July 2021

“I enjoy working on a range of different projects. I also enjoy helping people to develop the projects that they are involved in.” We are celebrating Principal, Craig Stoddart‘s 5-year anniversary with CJC Management. His leadership skills and expansive knowledge in Project Management and Civil Engineering have been truly valuable to our team. Here’s to […]

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Colin Calder Looks Back on His Time at Ting Kau Bridge Project

1 July 2021

“The project taught me that working on site is one of the most rewarding experiences.”  At 1,177 metres long, Ting Kau Bridge is one of the longest cable-stayed bridges in the world. The bridge plays an important part of infrastructure as it connects traffic from the North Western part of the New Territories to the rest of Hong Kong.   Group Manager, Colin Calder had the privilege to be involved in […]

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Sarah Stante Celebrating the Success of Female Engineers

23 June 2021

“Let’s step-up what we can achieve for each other now and in the future.” We talked to our NSW State Manager Sarah Stante on her journey as CJC Management’s #engineeringheroes. What does Engineering mean to you? I enjoy being able to contribute to the well-being of our community as the users of infrastructure, incorporating value […]

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Jonathan Davies’ experience working on ANI Osborne Naval Shipyard

28 July 2020

Jonathan Davies: Supporting Australian Naval Infrastructure Pty Ltd (ANI) in the Osborne South Development Project (OSDP) has been a really rewarding experience for both myself and the other members of the CJC team. With sections of the project now complete and handed over I have written a summary of our involvement on this successful project. […]

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CJC Management Team Celebrates Opening of Westconnex M4 Tunnels

12 July 2019

WestConnex[1] the 33-kilometre predominately underground motorway scheme currently under construction in Sydney, New South Wales opens its tunnels section known as M4 East on Saturday 13 July.

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CJC Management’s Group Managing Director Out In The Cold

6 June 2019

Get behind our Group Managing Director Colin Calder who is braving the cold to experience homelessness for the CEO Sleepout in Sydney on 20 June 2019. Every night, thousands of Australians experience homelessness. But it doesn’t have to be that way. This year our Group Managing Director is taking part in the Vinnies CEO Sleepout to […]

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Director, Colin Calder recognised as an Engineering Executive by Engineers Australia

9 November 2018

Director, Colin Calder was this week recognised as a leader in the engineering field by Engineers Australia receiving the title of Engineering Executive. As an additional level of recognition of his impact on the industry Colin will also hold the title of Chartered Engineer. An invitation only opportunity, the recognition as Engineering Executive is a […]

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WestConnex M4 Tunnels edge closer to 2019 opening

12 October 2018

CJC Management are proud to be playing our part in one of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects, WestConnex. The M4 Tunnels between Homebush and Haberfield will be 3 lanes each way and a vital addition to Sydney’s road network.

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Sydney Metro marks another first – Australia’s first metro station open

28 September 2018

As Australia’s largest transport infrastructure project, the Sydney Metro marked another significant milestone today. Tallawong Station, Australia’s first Metro Station, was opened in Sydney’s North West. There to mark the occasion were NSW Premier,  Gladys Berejiklian and NSW Minister for Transport, Andrew Constance taking the first step off the driverless train onto the platform. Here […]

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Did You Know: Sydney Harbour Bridge

13 September 2018

Did you know that 4.3million people cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Tunnel by car, bus and train every week? The CJC Management team are working with Roads and Maritime Services on a range of projects to continue to improve accessibility to one of Sydney’s icons. Check out some of the projects we’re working on […]

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WestConnex Continues to Progress

27 August 2018

Another week, another milestone – further preparation works continued within the WestConnex tunnels between Homebush and Haberfield. This stage of WestConnex is due to open early 2019 and progressing well towards opening date. The CJC Management team continue to play their part in getting this significant infrastructure project towards opening date. Thanks Sydney Motorway Corporation […]

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Throwback Thursday: Hunter Expressway, Hunter Valley NSW

23 August 2018

The CJC Management team were engaged in the roles of Project Manager and Construction Manager to see the Hunter Expressway to delivery. Open in 2014 the 40km stretch of regional infrastructure that the team played a key part in the delivery of. Learn more about what the team did here Photo: Roads and Maritime Services, […]

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Day in the Life: Ayman Sayegh, Senior Project Engineer

17 August 2018

The life of an engineer is a busy one, this month we hear from CJC Management’s Senior Project Engineer, Ayman Sayegh shares with us what a day in his life looks like. 1. What is the first thing you do when you arrive at a job Breakfast of course!! Always start my day with a […]

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25 Most Impressive Mega Projects of the World

16 August 2018

From bridges to tunnels to huge buildings the globe is littered with mega infrastructure. Here’s a snapshot of some of the most impressive projects, as deemed by Popular Mechanics. Look at what makes the list here.

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Connecting Sydney: WestConnex Continues to Progress

14 August 2018

Excited to see this significant NSW infrastructure project, that our team has been involved with, continuing to reach important milestones. Not long now and motorists in Sydney will be connected in a brand new way. Check out what a drive down this high traffic route will soon look like, right here.

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INSIDER VIEW: Construction of an Award Winning Bridge, Sydney Metro

9 August 2018

Take an insider’s view into the design and construction of the Sydney Metro cable stayed bridge at Rouse Hill. Various CJC Management staff were involved in the construction of this amazing bridge including CJC’s Florian Wagner, featured in the video. Check out the video here.

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Sydney Metro Windsor Road Bridge Receives Global Best Project Accolade

1 August 2018

The Sydney Metro Windsor Road Bridge has been awarded, the Global Best Project for the railway sector by US construction magazine, Engineering News-Record. A major global design and engineering accolade, the award recognises the efforts of all involved in the construction of this amazing Cable Stayed bridge. For more on the award win. Thank you to […]

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MILESTONE: Sydney Metro Driverless Train Test

18 July 2018

Yesterday marked a historic milestone for the first fully automated rail system in Australia; The Sydney Metro NorthWest completed a successful test of their unique skytrains across the landmark railway bridge over Windsor Road. The railway bridge is a unique design and the first of its kind in Australia, built on a curve. CJC’s Bridge […]

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SNEAK PEAK: Sydney Metro North West Tunnels

17 July 2018

Sydney Metro – World first diamond cross-over Castle Hill: 7 News can reveal a world first that's been built deep underground. It's a critical part of the trackwork for the driverless trains of the Sydney Metro system. #SydneyMetro #7News Posted by 7NEWS Sydney on Sunday, July 15, 2018   Take a sneak peak through […]

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Sydney Metro’s Mega Tunnel Boring Machine is on its way

11 July 2018

CJC Management are proud to be working with Sydney Metro bringing Australia’s largest public transport project to life. The project will change the face of public transport in Australia’s largest city. Just in the last week the Sydney Metro Mega Tunnel Boring Machines were sent on their way to site. These machines will have an […]

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REPORT: Global Infrastructure Hub Investment

3 July 2018

Independent group the Global Infrastructure Hub released a report in 2017 outlining where the world needs infrastructure investment to sustain and support the predicted population growth over the next two decades. With a suggested $94 trillion in investment required the spend is widespread. Check out the details of the report and where the spending needs […]

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Did You Know: Greatest Engineering Wonder of the World

27 June 2018

Did you know? The Ferris Wheel is considered one of the greatest engineering wonders in the world? The first Ferris Wheel was created by Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania engineer, George W. Ferris, in 1893. The wheel is supported by two 140-foot steel towers and connected by a 45-foot axle — the largest single piece of forged steel […]

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Right Now: The World’s Largest Infrastructure Projects

21 June 2018

Around the world right now there are a range of mega infrastructure projects being built by skilled engineers. From a US$64billion theme park to canals that will take 48 years to finish. Take a trip around the world and learn more about what’s under construction from space all the way back to earth. Check it […]

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A word from the Australian Minister for Infrastructure and Transport

14 June 2018

Michael McCormack, the Australian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Transport shared an insight into the future of Infrastructure in Australia in the latest edition of Infrastructure Magazine. The next decade is an exciting time for infrastructure in Australia and in the Minister’s words “will see a major transformation of Australia’s land transport […]

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Before and After: Australian Infrastructure Projects

6 June 2018

It’s been a big few years in the world of construction in Australia lately with a number of major projects underway. Take a look inside the before and after of some of the major infrastructure projects in Australia over the last few years. Check it out here.

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Did You Know: WestConnex

18 May 2018

Did you know that WestConnex will provide a bypass of up to 52 traffic signals once complete and add more than 18 hectares of new recreational green space for communities? We’re proud to be involved in major infrastructure projects are less about creating a concrete jungle and more about the sustainability of a city – […]

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$8.3b Sydney Metro Northwest

8 July 2017

Why the $8.3b Sydney Metro Northwest rail link has a feel of the Anzac Bridge THE fast developing rail bridge, similar to the Anzac Bridge, over Windsor Rd is the talking point of motorists and residents in Rouse Hill. In all, 16 massive cables are being attached through pipes between each of the 45 metre […]

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Railway Bridge over Windsor Road

8 April 2017

First tower in place for railway bridge over Windsor Road at Rouse Hill The first tower for Sydney Metro’s railway bridge at Rouse Hill has been lifted into place in a precision operation. Two large cranes lifted the 210 tonne tower on to the bridge deck over Windsor Road, before it was bolted into place. […]

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Sydney Metro Railway Bridge

8 April 2017

The deck of the Sydney Metro railway bridge over Windsor Road at Rouse Hill is complete The deck of the landmark Sydney Metro bridge over Windsor Road at Rouse Hill is in the air, bringing metro rail services one step closer. Inspired by Sydney’s Anzac Bridge, the 270m long bridge is the first ever cable-stayed […]

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