Over 73 weeks of construction, 60,000 hours were worked to complete the
scope appointed to Gartner Rose involving the construction of the
Substation, Maintenance Facility Building, Bulky Goods Store, Fire Pump
Building and the Exhaust Vents building for the WestConnex New M5
Each building consisted of the following:
Maintenance Building - the complete construction of the 1300m2
maintenance facility, including and all services.
Bulky Goods Store - the complete construction of the 1200m2 Bulky Goods
Store including all services.
Exhaust Ventilation Building - the construction and fit out of monitor
rooms with external finishes.
Fire Pump Building - roofing and internal fitout of the building,
further to the installation of louvres, mechanical and hydraulic
Substation - alucobond cladding to external façade further to
insulation and mechanical services.
Across the five MOC1 buildings, detailed scope of the works involved:
Cast over 850 m3 concrete
Erect more than 100 tonnes of structural steel
Lay more than 350 m2 of blockwork
Erect more than 350 m2 of precast panels
Lay more than 3,700 m2 of roof sheeting
Erect more than 600 m2 of ceilings
Paint more than 15,000 m2 of wall surfaces
Apply more than 5,200 m2 of floor painting and covering; and
Erect more than 2,400 m2 of cladding and shopfronts.
This project complements our recent works at MOC2 Bexley and MOC3
Arncliffe also as part of the WESTCONNEX New M5 (Stage 2).
Congratulations to everyone for bringing this project to a safe
completion and a special thanks to the project team, subcontractors and