Major Contract

Sydney Metro – West – Sydney Olympic Park Station

PROJECT STATUS
Announced
Sydney Metro – West – Sydney Olympic Park Station

The proposed Sydney Olympic Park metro station would be located south of the existing Olympic Park Station. The station would sit to the east of Olympic Boulevard with the main station entrances between Herb Elliott Avenue and Figtree Drive, and off Dawn Fraser Avenue. The station would provide interchange with the planned Parramatta Light Rail, the T7 Olympic Park Line and buses.

Along with Parramatta, The Bays Precinct and Sydney CBD stops on the proposed Sydney Metro West line, the Sydney Olympic Park metro station will be delivered as an Integrated Station Development (ISD). The overstation development will include commercial, retail and residential space.

Key Dates

Dec 2018 Initial Packaging Announced
Oct 2020 Revised Packaging Announced
Apr 2022 EOIs Open
Sep 2023 Expected Contract Award
Jul 2024 Expected Construction Commencement
Dec 2025 Expected Construction Completion

Procurement

Procuring Agency: Sydney Metro
Procurement note:

The Sydney Olympic Park ISD is expected to be delivered under a D&C contract for the station portion, and as a development agreement for the overstation development.

Related contracts:
Sydney Metro West – Transaction Management
Successful Tenderer - KPMG and IAG

PROJECT HISTORY

Apr 2018 The NSW Government held an industry briefing. Project development and stakeholder engagement strategies were announced.
May 2018 Geotechnical Investigation began in Rod Laver Drive in Sydney Olympic Park.
Dec 2018 Second industry briefing held, outlining base case delivery and packaging strategy.
Oct 2020 During a Transport for NSW major projects industry briefing, Sydney Metro announced restructured project packaging for Sydney Metro West. Four stops, including Sydney Olympic Park, were confirmed as Integrated Station Developments (ISD).
Sector
Rail
Procurement approach
Traditional Procurement | Unconfirmed |
Location
New South Wales |
Resources
Media releases
23/03/2018