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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 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.