Date: Friday 30th April 2021
Time: 12noon - 3pm
Venue: Victoria Park Function Centre
309 Herston Rd, Herston
Parking: Complimentary onsite parking
Cross River Rail is a new 10.2-kilometre rail line from Dutton Park to Bowen Hills, which includes 5.9 kilometres of twin tunnels under the Brisbane River and the CBD, four new underground stations, eight rebuilt above ground stations and three new stations on the Gold Coast. The project also includes new signalling technology, the European Train Control System, which will allow trains to operate closer together, enabling trains to run more efficiently and with greater safety. Each of Cross River Rail’s high-capacity stations will generate unique opportunities for urban renewal, economic development, the revitalisation of inner-city precincts and new employment opportunities.
Cross River Rail has now entered its second year of construction and work is underway at over 10 worksites across South East Queensland. 2021 is the ‘Year of Tunnelling’ for the project, with two Tunnel Boring Machines – Else and Merle now excavating 3.6 kilometres of twin tunnels from Woolloongabba to Normanby, and major works continuing at all underground stations. Significant works have also commenced at the Exhibition station and on the southern stations between Fairfield to Salisbury.
Join Jeremy Kruger, Project Director – Tunnel, Stations & Development from the Cross River Rail Delivery Authority to hear more about Queensland’s $5.4 billion priority infrastructure project, which will transform how people travel to, through and from the CBD, and how Cross River Rail will help Brisbane continue to evolve as a world-class city.
12 noon Arrival & Registration
12.20pm Welcome by IQA Board Director & QLD Branch Committee Member | Clayton Hill, FIQ - Director, Groundwork Plus
12.40pm Sponsor Presentation | Texcel, Nick Lahman
12.50pm Lunch & Networking
1.30pm Guest Presenter | Jeremy Kruger, Project Director – Tunnel, Stations & Development
3.00pm Event concludes
About the Speaker:
Jeremy Kruger | Project Director | Tunnels, Stations & Development
Cross River Rail Delivery Authority
As the Project Director for Tunnel, Stations & Development at the Cross River Rail Delivery Authority, Jeremy is responsible for leading the delivery of the 5.9km twin tunnels from Boggo Road to Normanby, as well as the creation of four new high-capacity underground stations at Boggo Road, Woolloongabba, Albert Street and Roma Street.
Prior to joining the Cross River Rail Delivery Authority in 2017, Jeremy has gained over 20 years’ of local and international experience working for major engineering firms in Australia, the UK and Ireland. Over the last decade, he has been involved in signature rail and tunnelling projects, including the Melbourne Metro tender, North West Rail Link, Westconnex, Moreton Bay Rail and Brisbane’s Airport Link & Northern Busway Tunnel.
This event is sponsored by:
Table of 8: $680.00
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