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The Oaklands Crossing Grade Separation Project is approaching its completion, with the station recently opening and many of the major works complete. The ICE is fortunate to have another pportunity to visit with the PTPA Engineering Manager - Glynn Thomas and members of the team, available to provide feedback on the project to date.
This Alliance based project brings together McConnell Dowell, Arup and Mott Macdonald along with DPTI to form PTPA. PTPA are delivering the design and construction of the upgrade to the Seaford rail line crossing at the intersection of Morphett Rd and Diagonal Rosd.
The jointly funded $174 million project is expected to improve travel times, safety, pedestrian & cycle access and improve development opportunities within the area. Please go to www.ptpa.com.au/oaklands for further background information on this project.
This is a strictly ticketed event and attendance will be limited. Places reserved on a first come first served basis.
PPE is not required due to the tour being undertaken within the public spaces and not on the construction site.
Attendees are requested to catch public transport, stopping at Oaklands station. When leaving that station, walk down Morphett Road and along Dwyer Road to access the site via Gate 1. Parking is also available at the Saint Elizabeth of Hungary Church car park, access off Crew Street.
For more information and to book, please contact:
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CPD: This event may be considered for contributing to a recognised Continuing Professional Development (CPD) scheme as part of personal development. Delegates should check their individual scheme requirements.
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