Traffic is flowing over part of the new Ranford Road Bridge being built for the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link.
The future is looking much brighter for Sage Lockyer and Jonathon Slater after beginning civil construction traineeships and starting work with METRONET’s Thornlie-Cockburn Link.
Work on the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link is ramping up with preparations underway for the Mandurah Line shutdown.
Today’s State Budget delivered a $5.7 billion investment in 15 METRONET projects over the next four years, with $1.5 billion to be spent in 2021-22, creating and supporting thousands of local jobs.
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The Thornlie-Cockburn Link noise wall colour has been chosen with a vote by landowners who live across from, or share a boundary fence with, the rail alignment in Kenwick and Thornlie, and Community Reference Group members.
Infrabuild Construction Solutions is just one of many local suppliers working on METRONET projects
We need your help to name the Micro Tunnel Boring Machine (MTBM) to be used on METRONET’s Thornlie-Cockburn Link project.
Work is underway to start preparing commuters for the Mandurah Line to temporarily close for up to 25 days in late December due to major construction on the METRONET Thornlie-Cockburn Link.
Over the weekend the largest pre-cast concrete tee-roff bridge beams ever built in Australia were installed for the new Ranford Road Bridge.
The Wagyl, or Rainbow Serpent, is the creation spirit in Noongar culture and its presence was acknowledged before work started around the waterhole at the Thornlie-Cockburn Link Nicholson Road Station site.
The METRONET team has again reached out to help in the wake of the recent fires at Wooroloo by supplying woolly bush foliage to local wildlife.
Planning ahead has come in handy for the Thornlie-Cockburn Link, with the 21-year old Glen Iris Tunnel to be part of Perth’s first east-west rail link.
The Thornlie-Cockburn Link has called on good spirits to safeguard the wellbeing, health and safety of all its workers through a traditional Aboriginal smoking ceremony.
This year will be a defining one for the Thornlie-Cockburn Link, with the 800-plus workforce continuing to grow each week as major construction starts.
After the State Government’s ‘Infrastructure Ready’ training program opened in October 2020, the first trainees are now out and about on various projects.