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Transport Access Program

Project Summary

Client:

Downers


Project Value:

$25M (Approx.)


Brief Project Description:

The Transport Access program is an initiative by TfNSW to provide a better experience for public transport customers by delivering accessible, modern, secure and integrated transport infrastructure. The program aims to provide:

  • Stations that are accessible to people with disability, limited mobility and parents with prams
  • Modern buildings and interchanges
  • Safety and signage improvements
  • Improvements and maintenance such as painting, new fencing and roof replacements

DSP’s involvement?

DSP provided survey support through the lifecycle of the projects. Services included:

  • Assisting Downers with georeferencing of Point Cloud data
  • All construction setout which included control, structures setout, monitoring, service locating, platform resurfacing, boundary definition and civil (road) works
  • Final compliance and updates of Detail Site Survey (DSS) for Sydney Trains
  • Plan of Acquisitions for title creation at sites where new infrastructure was constructed on Land not currently owned by Sydney Trains.

How did DSP add value to the project? :

DSP’s accreditation as an AEO supplier and extensive experience within the transport sector allow DSP to provide contractors with a holistic approach to surveying services through the TfNSW asset lifecycle.

With our broad capabilities and experience it provides contractors with an efficient and professional approach to their survey needs.

Technology & Capability

DSP are at the forefront of modern technology to capture field data, utilising the latest Leica and Trimble equipment to offer accurate and reliable results.

Such equipment includes high accuracy Total Stations with robotic operation, Laser Scanners, GPS with CORSNET capability, submillimetre digital Levels and data collection loggers for asset management/collection.

A professional suite of office software is employed for processing field data, from in-house developed least squares software and applications to commercial software packages such as Civilcad, 12d model, Bentley MX Road, Trimble Realworks, AutoCAD and Autodesk RECAP. DSP are able to offer a product to suit our clients’ needs.

With a fleet of vehicles compliant to the latest OH&S safety requirements, DSP can operate in all environments. All staff are trained and carry the relevant competencies including Rail Industry Worker, Rail Safety Worker, OH&S general induction for construction work, RMS Yellow Card and Substation Entry.

Technology & Capability

DSP are at the forefront of modern technology to capture field data, utilising the latest Leica and Trimble equipment to offer accurate and reliable results.

Such equipment includes high accuracy Total Stations with robotic operation, Laser Scanners, GPS with CORSNET capability, submillimetre digital Levels and data collection loggers for asset management/collection.

A professional suite of office software is employed for processing field data, from in-house developed least squares software and applications to commercial software packages such as Civilcad, 12d model, Bentley MX Road, Trimble Realworks, AutoCAD and Autodesk RECAP. DSP are able to offer a product to suit our clients’ needs.

With a fleet of vehicles compliant to the latest OH&S safety requirements, DSP can operate in all environments. All staff are trained and carry the relevant competencies including Rail Industry Worker, Rail Safety Worker, OH&S general induction for construction work, RMS Yellow Card and Substation Entry.

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Degotardi, Smith & Partners are consulting surveyors who specialise in small scale residential to large scale infrastructure projects. DSP continues to provide professional services from inception of project to completion.

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DEGOTARDI, SMITH & PARTNERS
Consulting Surveyors
1/9-11 Bridge Street
Pymble 2073
NSW
Australia

PH / +61 2 9440 1100
EMAIL / surveys@degotardi.com.au

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