Beveridge Williams’ involvement in the Regional Rail Link project began in 2009 with the establishment of a project control network of survey marks between Deer Park and Werribee.
VicRoads, Theiss and the Department of Transport, Planning & Local Infrastructure
Beveridge Williams’ involvement in the Regional Rail Link project began in 2009 with the establishment of a project control network of survey marks between Deer Park and Werribee. In 2010 extensive surveys for land acquisition purposes were completed for the widening of the existing rail corridor across several sites in Kensington and Footscray and acquisition for the new railway between Deer Park and the Werribee River.
When construction of the project commenced in 2012 Beveridge Williams was engaged by Thiess to undertake boundary definition surveys, set out and as-built surveys as required for the Footscray to Deer Park section of the Regional Rail Link. This has led to the re-establishment of most of the railway corridor between Footscray and Deer Park, a distance of 12km, and has involved dealing with very old survey information, complex titles and an ever-changing environment.
On the completion of construction of the Footscray to Deer Park project our task for Thiess was to certify that the construction works have been carried out within the project boundaries. Surveys also then commenced for the Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure relating to the future use of excess land.
Beveridge Williams was able to meet the challenge of providing accurate survey information in a timely manner, due to our expertise and number of staff capable of undertaking this highly technical work. Over more than 50 years we have built our surveying team to become one of the largest in Victoria. We have also ensured that all are staff are continually developing their technical knowledge and skills to meet the evolving requirements of our clients and legislation.
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