Our Work

Geelong Fast Rail Project

Agonis Group was engaged by Rail Projects Victoria (RPV) to provide provide constructability and technical advisory services for the Geelong Fast Rail Project during project development.

With construction set to commence by 2023, the Werribee corridor will accomodate express track section servicing Geelong passengers, cutting travel times by up to 15 minutes.

It includes the removal of seventy-five road and rail crossings with road-under, road-over, and rail-over structural solutions. It also includes road improvements and bridge and structure replacements on every rail corridor in Melbourne.

Level Crossing Removal Project

The Level Crossing Removal Project is one of the most extensive and arguably one of the most successful infrastructure programs of work undertaken in Australia.

PTA / METRONET Programme

The METRONET/PTA programme of work has included numerous Perth urban rail network upgrades, construction improvements, new stations and line extensions.

Works include Thornley to Cockburn, Yanchep Line extension, Bayswater Station, Morley Ellenbrook Line, Armadale Level Crossing, Byford Rail Extension, Midland Station, Claremont Station, Stirling Station, and Byford Rail Extension.

As constructability advisor to the project Agonis assessed the civils element of the work that was required for the installation of a new chlorination facility and CWS Bypass tank within the existing treatment plant.

Coliban Water’s Bendigo Water Treatment Plant

Agonis Group formed part of a team with Veolia and Ganden Engineering for the upgrade of Coliban Water’s Bendigo Water Treatment Plant.

Melbourne Water

Agonis Group completed a Project Assurance assignment for Melbourne Water which included a review of a tender submission to construct a DN750, 1.5km water main in the Mount Waverley area.

At Agonis we always encourage clients and designers to engage constructability consultants to collaborate at the concept stage and identify efficient construction methods as early in the project lifecycle as possible.

As part of this work, Agonis was tasked with delivering projects which would improve the quality of track in areas where there were significant ongoing maintenance issues.

Country Regional Network

Agonis was contracted by John Holland to provide Project Delivery Services on a major periodic maintenance project on the Country Regional Network.

Sydney Metro – Central Station, SW Stations & Corridor Works

Sydney Metro is a new stand-alone railway network that will encompass the south-west corridor alignment from Sydney to Bankstown.

The Southwest & Corridor Works extends 13.5km from Sydenham to Bankstown. This portion of the 13.5km existing railway is currently operated and managed by Sydney Trains.

It consists of eight new railway stations and will run every four minutes at the peak. Sydney Metro Northwest, formerly the North-West Rail Link, is the first stage of Sydney Metro and will be the first fully- automated metro rail system in Australia.

Sydney Metro – North West Rail Link SVC Project

The Sydney Metro North West Project is providing a new metro service from Chatswood through to Sydney’s Rouse Hill.

SA – City Tram Extension Project

The City Tram Extension Project is a design and construct contract that provided the extension of the existing tramline into North Terrace and King William Street, and including the renewal of the existing tramline in Jetty Road at Glenelg.

The scope of work involved the project management of the Downer-York construction JV with Aurecon as the designer, as well as extensive stakeholder relationships. These relationships include the public, City Of Adelaide, local businesses, bus, road, and tram operators.

Once complete the electrified line will support increased capacity and future growth for development along the rail corridor and in northern Adelaide.

Gawler Rail Electrification Project

The $ 615 million electrification and modernisation of the Gawler rail line will deliver a faster, cleaner and more reliable service, delivering an electrified network through Adelaide from Gawler to Seaford.

PTPA (Oaklands Grade Separation, City South Tram Line Replacement and Port Dock Railway)

The Public Transport Projects Alliance (PTPA) is between the Department of Planning, Transport & Infrastructure, McConnell Dowell, Mott MacDonald and Arup.

The key project of the Alliance is the removal of the Oaklands rail crossing, located 12.8km south of Adelaide on the Seaford train line at the intersection of Morphett and Diagonal Roads; and the Port Dock Railway construction.

In late 2020, Agonis was asked to provide constructability advice for MAR’s pre-determined corridor. As part of this, Agonis provided a suite of plans presenting different sequencing and construction methodologies.

St Albans, Ballarat & Andersons Roads

In 2018, the Victorian Government announced its intention to build a link between Sunshine Station and Melbourne Airport, at an envisaged cost of around 10 billion dollars.

Suburban Roads Upgrade Program

The Suburban Roads Upgrade Program (SRUP), currently being delivered by Major Roads Project Victoria (MRPV), comprises several priority road upgrade projects across Melbourne.

The SRUP will improve traffic flow and travel times, reducing growing traffic pressure on the South Gippsland Highway and Abbotts Road, improving access around the Dandenong South employment hub.

The project is set to include a Primary Tunelling Package and Four Secondary Packages which include connections with the Metropolitan ring road (M80) and Eastern Freeway (M3).

North East Link Project

Agonis Group was engaged by the North East Link Project (NELP) Authority to provide constructability and technical advisory services during project procurement.

Inland Rail Project – Tottenham to Albury

Agonis was contracted to provide utilities relocation, rail structure constructability, procurement, early investigation works and bid submission advice to McConnell Dowell across 300 km of track spanning Victoria.

A significant facet of Agonis’s remit was to aid McConnell Dowell in the completion of required works within a short time frame. This needed to be balanced with complex mitigating factors such as heritage and environmental considerations of the surrounding site.

Working collaboratively with RPV and the Technical Advisor, the Constructability, Planning and Estimating (CPE) team were instrumental in identifying significant value engineering opportunities.

Geelong to Waurn Ponds Stage 3 & Bendigo Metro Stage 4

Agonis Group was commissioned by Rail Projects Victoria (RPV) to provide Constructability Advisory Services for business case submissions across two key Regional Rail Revival projects: Geelong to Waurn Ponds (Stage 3) and Bendigo Metro (Stage 4) line upgrades.

Tier 3 Grain Lines

The Public Transport Authority of West Australia (PTA) commissioned Agonis Group to undertake an engineering review of the works required and the associated cost to reinstate the Tier 3 Grain Lines in the WA freight network to operational condition.

The purpose of the review was to establish the condition of the Tier 3 network and provide detailed costings for either the rehabilitation or rebuild, or combination of both, to enable the PTA/WA Government to make an informed decision of funding allocation for maximum value and regional community benefit.

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