Cook Islands International Airport, Rarotonga (RAR)

Cook Islands International Airport, Rarotonga (RAR)

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation.

Scope

CJC Management was contracted by the Airport Authority Cook Islands (AACI) to undertake a critical evaluation of recent infrastructure developments at Rarotonga International Airport (RAR).

Our scope included a desktop review and on-site inspections, specifically focusing on the airport’s recent concrete slab replacements.

CJC Airports, provided a detailed review of the runway slab replacement project and conducted a comprehensive assessment of the runway condition.

CJC role

We compiled a comprehensive report detailing our findings from the evaluations and assessments.

This report is designed to assist AACI in future projects, ensuring the adoption of best practices in maintaining and improving the airport infrastructure.

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Paddington Gates Pedestrian and Cyclist Improvements

Paddington Gates Pedestrian and Cyclist Improvements

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

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King Georges Road Stage 1

King Georges Road Stage 1

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

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Sydney Ferries- Transport Access Program (TAP3)

Sydney Ferries- Transport Access Program (TAP3)

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

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Sydney Metro Northwest

Sydney Metro Northwest

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

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Western Harbour Tunnel and Beaches Link

Western Harbour Tunnel and Beaches Link

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

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WestConnex Stage 3B M4-M5 Link Rozelle Interchange

WestConnex Stage 3B M4-M5 Link Rozelle Interchange

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

Stacey Street and Hume Highway, Bankstown Upgrade

Stacey Street and Hume Highway, Bankstown Upgrade

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

WestConnex Stage 1B New M4

WestConnex Stage 1B New M4

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

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Sydney Yard Access Bridge

Sydney Yard Access Bridge

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

Osborne Naval Shipyard Project

Osborne Naval Shipyard Project

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

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WestConnex Stage 1A M4 Widening

WestConnex Stage 1A M4 Widening

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

Stockton Bridge Half Joint Rehabilitation

Stockton Bridge Half Joint Rehabilitation

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

Sydney Gateway Program Peer Review

Sydney Gateway Program Peer Review

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

Sydney Harbour Bridge Step Free Access

Sydney Harbour Bridge Step Free Access

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

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Sydney Harbour Bridge Arch Maintenance Units (AMU)

Sydney Harbour Bridge Arch Maintenance Units (AMU)

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

Mascot Tunnels Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) Upgrade

Mascot Tunnels Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) Upgrade

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

M6 Extension Stage 1

M6 Extension Stage 1

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

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Easing Sydney’s Congestion M4 Smart Motorway Stage 3

Easing Sydney’s Congestion M4 Smart Motorway Stage 3

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

Alexandria to Moore Park Connectivity Upgrade

Alexandria to Moore Park Connectivity Upgrade

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

Dubbo Airport Northern RPT Apron Extension

Dubbo Airport Northern RPT Apron Extension

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

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Newell Highway Pilliga Widening

Newell Highway Pilliga Widening

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the pedestrian and cyclist crossings at the intersection of Oxford Street, Moore Park Road, Queen Street and Lang Road, and to provide a new separated cycleway.  The upgrade consists of widened median works lane adjustments, median removal works, a new pedestrian crossing, widening footpaths and a new separated cycleway connecting to Paddington Gates, Centennial Park.

CJC role

CJC Management was engaged to undertake a constructability assessment at concept design stage.

A key output of the constructability assessment was a utilities impact assessment. Other outputs of the assessment were the development of construction staging, a likely construction sequence and an estimation of stage durations, all of which were presented in a construction method statement.

Significant issues and opportunities were identified throughout the assessment and provided periodically. CJC provided advice on alternate pavement design options and estimated peak-construction light vehicle and heavy-vehicle movements.

As part of the scope, CJC facilitated a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop at concept design stage.

The outcomes of the constructability assessment and workshop were presented in a constructability report.

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Australia Avenue & Homebush Bay Drive Intersection Upgrade

Australia Avenue & Homebush Bay Drive Intersection Upgrade

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is proposing to upgrade the intersection of Australia Avenue, Homebush Bay Drive and Underwood Road. This roundabout is one of the four gateway intersections providing access between the arterial road network and the Sydney Olympic Park precinct.  

CJC Role

CJC Management was initially engaged by Transport for NSW (TfNSW) to undertake a constructability assessment of four proposed options at the strategic design stage. The four options were two tunnel underpass upgrades, a signalised intersection at-grade upgrade and a diverging diamond at-grade upgrade. The scope of the assessment included preparing staging drawings, developing a construction method statement (CMS), undertaking a utilities impact assessment, presenting the outcomes of the assessment at a constructability options workshop, and preparing a report to record the outcomes of the options assessment. 

CJC was then engaged to undertake an options assessment of twelve options, including those four options from the original options assessment. The scope included the development of an options matrix and facilitation of a constructability and health and safety in design (HSiD) workshop.  

The idea of relocating an existing Homebush Bay Drive pier was proposed to TfNSW. CJC undertook a feasibility assessment of the pier relocation, including the development of mark-up drawings for TfNSW Bridge Branch.  

CJC presented as a Constructability Subject Matter Expert at Value Management Workshops in determining the chosen Diverging Diamond Interchange design out three finalised options.  

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Cambridge Airport Pavement Inspections

Cambridge Airport Pavement Inspections

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Cambridge Airport was the site of Hobart’s original and facilitates General Aviation and Charter flights. Over the past few years TAS Fire Services have used the aerodrome as a base for operating fire fighting aircraft (rotor and fixed wing) which has resulted in moderate damage to some of the pavements.

As such, the aerodrome required a subject matter expert to undertake an assessment of the damage to the pavements and provide advise on the likely cause and extent, which would then be used to scope a package of repair works to improve safety on the aerodrome

CJC Role

CJC Airport team was engaged to undertake a site visit to Cambridge Aerodrome, Tasmania for the purpose of conducting a visual condition assessment. As part of the project scope, we provided a written report which identifies extent and severity of damage to airfield pavements and advise on likely cause of the damage. A government grant submission for part of the cost for the repair works was to be applied for by the aerodrome using our report as supporting evidence.

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Sydney Airport 5-Year Airfield Capex Planning

Sydney Airport 5-Year Airfield Capex Planning

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Our Airports team was engaged to provide independent advice on the current 5-year Airfield CAPEX Plan. We provided Subject Matter Expert advice on their airfield pavements.

The output of this work will be used as supporting information for Aeronautical Agreement to lock in the Airfield Pavement Capital Works for the next 5 years.

CJC Role

CJC provided external assessment and advice is required for the prioritisation of the Airfield Pavement Re-sheet and Reconstruction Work based on the following information;

  • Visual Inspection (assumed to be undertaken during curfew)
  • Recent Annual Technical Inspection Reports
  • Historical Pavement Repairs (with input from FM)
  • Known age of the asphalt surface
  • Criticality of the Asset for the Airfield Operation

This will be done based on assessments on current and past condition reports, operational importance, corrective maintenance history and also on a visual condition inspection.

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Sydney Airport Civil Assets

Sydney Airport Civil Assets

Project Lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation.

Scope

CJC Management were engaged by Sydney Airport Corporation Limited to develop a Civil Assets Manual, provide ad-hoc friction testing training, and technical advisory services across the entire airfield.

Role

CJC Management produced a reference document to be utilised by Sydney Airport staff as guidance on the best practice and process for managing the maintenance of civil assets at the Airport. Such assets include airside and landside roads; runways, taxiways, aprons and parking areas; pavement marking; drainage network infrastructure; elevated roads and bridges and other elevated structures; grounds and landscaping; tree management for OLS, and others.

A further document which covers Friction Management at the Airport was requested as part of the scope. This included training and induction into friction management activities.

Muswellbrook Rail Loop Stage 2

Muswellbrook Rail Loop Stage 2

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Our Airports team was engaged to provide independent advice on the current 5-year Airfield CAPEX Plan. We provided Subject Matter Expert advice on their airfield pavements.

The output of this work will be used as supporting information for Aeronautical Agreement to lock in the Airfield Pavement Capital Works for the next 5 years.

CJC Role

CJC provided external assessment and advice is required for the prioritisation of the Airfield Pavement Re-sheet and Reconstruction Work based on the following information;

  • Visual Inspection (assumed to be undertaken during curfew)
  • Recent Annual Technical Inspection Reports
  • Historical Pavement Repairs (with input from FM)
  • Known age of the asphalt surface
  • Criticality of the Asset for the Airfield Operation

This will be done based on assessments on current and past condition reports, operational importance, corrective maintenance history and also on a visual condition inspection.

Olympic Highway Intersection Upgrades

Olympic Highway Intersection Upgrades

Project lifecycle

We offer services to improve business performance by providing expert advice on all phases of a project lifecycle, from initiation to finalisation

Scope

Our Airports team was engaged to provide independent advice on the current 5-year Airfield CAPEX Plan. We provided Subject Matter Expert advice on their airfield pavements.

The output of this work will be used as supporting information for Aeronautical Agreement to lock in the Airfield Pavement Capital Works for the next 5 years.

CJC Role

CJC provided external assessment and advice is required for the prioritisation of the Airfield Pavement Re-sheet and Reconstruction Work based on the following information;

  • Visual Inspection (assumed to be undertaken during curfew)
  • Recent Annual Technical Inspection Reports
  • Historical Pavement Repairs (with input from FM)
  • Known age of the asphalt surface
  • Criticality of the Asset for the Airfield Operation

This will be done based on assessments on current and past condition reports, operational importance, corrective maintenance history and also on a visual condition inspection.

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