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RMS (now TfNSW) is investigating a potential 2.2km upgrade of Stacey Street and the Hume Highway, Bankstown. It is expected that the upgrade will involve widening Stacey Street to create a divided six lane road, upgrading key intersections and providing new shared pathways.
CJC was engaged by RMS to undertake a constructability and utilities impact assessment of the Stacey Street widening and Hume Highway upgrade. The constructability assessment evaluated six options for the intersection on Stacey Street and Hume Highway and three options for the widening of the road bridge over the Bankstown rail line.
CJC provided key inputs into the early strategic/concept development, particularly for the constructability and staging options relating to the open stormwater canal, utilities relocation and property impacts. Our team also liaised with Sydney Rail, key utility authorities and other stakeholders.
As part of the scope, CJC facilitated Risk, Constructability and Health and Safety in Design Workshops (HSiD).