Two Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs) have arrived in Queensland, to be assembled and deployed to dig out the Cross River Rail tunnels.
The workers at Wagners Precast facility in Wacol, Queensland are busy producing 25,000 concrete segments for a $40 million contract on the Cross River Rail project.
Two Cross River Rail subcontracts worth close to $6 million have been awarded to a Queensland foundation business.
Cross River Rail is set to ease the strain from Queensland’s road transport network with a goal of taking 47,000 cars off the road by
Woolloongabba is the site of a new Priority Development Area to support construction of the next inner-city train station for the Cross River Rail Project.
With more than 200 companies across South East Queensland already securing Cross River Rail Contracts, a wave of sub-contractor opportunities for the tunnels and stations work package will be released in the coming