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SBEnrc Project 2.34 Design Case Study – New Generation Rollingstock Maintenance Centre, Queensland

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Published on Oct 11, 2015

This video is based on the New Generation Rollingstock Maintenance Centre BIM implementation. This is one of three exemplar case studies carried out by the Sustainable Built Environment National Research Centre (SBEnrc) as part of Project 2.34 Driving Whole-of-life Efficiencies through BIM and Procurement.

This purpose-built train maintenance depot is being delivered at Wulkuraka in Ipswich as part of a AUD$4.4b public-private-partnership. It is part of the Queensland Government’s New Generation Rollingstock project which will ultimately provide 75 new six-car trains, maintenance of these trains for a period of around 30 years, and construction and maintenance of a train maintenance depot. The Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads awarded the contract to a consortium comprising Bombardier Transportation, John Laing, ITOCHU Corporation and Uberior. Laing O’Rourke is the Design and Construct contractor for the train maintenance depot.

For more information please go to: http://www.sbenrc.com.au/research-pro...

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