Welding on South Flank, WA
Welding on South Flank, WA
Welding on South Flank, WA
Quickway have been awarded a contract to provide skilled rail welding services as part of a wider project to increase the iron-ore mining capacity in South Flank, Western Australia.
As a contractor with strong roots in WA, having worked on projects all the way down from Port Hedland to the iconic Elizabeth Quay in Perth, we are excited to be back in the Golden State.
We are proud to announce that Roads and Maritime Services has awarded Quickway the contract to deliver a new bridge across the main western rail line on Chifley Road at Clarence. This forms part of the $95 million Great Western Highway and Bells Line of Road upgrade, and is Quickway’s second project with RMS.
Minister for Regional Transport and Roads and Member for Bathurst Paul Toole MP made the announcement, stating:
“… The new bridge on Chifley Road (will) improve safety for all road users and also improve regional access. The new bridge will have wider lanes, road shoulders and improved safety barriers. Construction is being carried out in line with pre-planned rail shutdowns to limit disruption for motorists and rail users. It is due to be completed in 2020 and once open to traffic, the existing bridge will be removed.”
We look forward to the challenges of the project, and to working collaboratively with RMS and Sydney Trains in delivering this project successfully.
For further information on this project, visit Roads and Maritime’s website here.
Quickway are proud to have worked on Canberra’s biggest infrastructure project to date, which carried it’s first passengers today!
Having been involved since 2016 in a multi-disciplinary capacity, we want to thank all of our hardworking people, who have helped to connect the communities of Canberra.
Our teams delivered structural concrete works, installed electrical infrastructure, installed key power and telecommunications and rail works along the new track for this iconic project.
Quickway exhibited our undergraduate and graduate programs at The Big Meet. The event was held at the International Convention Centre Sydney, Darling Harbour with over 100 exhibitors and hundreds of undergraduates and recent graduates from all universities in the Sydney metropolitan region.
Our Senior Project Managers Jacobus Botha (Utilities Infrastructure) and Ian Wright (Transport Infrastructure) were there to answer any questions and do some networking with some potential future additions to our team!
Quickway attended the AusRAIL 2018 Conference held today at the National Convention Centre, Canberra. This year’s theme for the event was ‘Rail – For A Better Future’. One of the highlights of the event was the Gala Dinner.
Representing Quickway at the Conference was: Peter Wilkinson, Director; Shaun Bouma, Project Engineer; Ian Wright, Senior Project Manager; and Sione Tu’itakau, Operations Manager.
Quickway marked the start of National Safe Work Month today with our very first Safety Awareness Forum at the ANZ Stadium.
We had presentations from members of our own team as well as key guest speakers – Paul Monaro discussed prevention and management of soft-tissue injury, Simonette Vaja spoke on mental health matters, and Dallas Adams blew us all away with his raw and tragic personal account on ‘Why Safety Matters’. The impact that an accident in the workplace can have is unimaginable and Dallas uses his own loss to reinforce the important message that : ‘A moment is all it takes’.
Quickway are acknowledging ‘R U OK Day’ with toolbox talks across all sites today and have put the ‘R U OK?’ message on all computers.
We encourage people to start a dialogue with anyone you think is struggling. Our vision is a world where we are all connected and protected from suicide.
‘Every Day is R U OK? Day’.
Sometimes conversations are too big for friends, family or colleagues, and this is where professional support is needed. Don’t hesitate to use our free Employee Assistance Programme for help when needed.
Today, Quickway’s Bayagrun Nyamsuren received the NRT Employee Excellence Award for his contribution to the Norwest Station as part of the Sydney Metro Northwest project through personal commitment and work ethic.
Northwest Rapid Transit (NRT) combines the experience of the world’s number one commercial rapid transit operator with Australia’s most experienced railway contractor. Their primary goals are to ensure the safety of workers and the public and to minimise impact on the community and the local environment during construction. This aligns with the Quickway values and ethos, which is reflected in Bayagrun’s achievement.
At Quickway we believe in rewarding and recognising the achievements of our people and teams, who are at the heart of all we do. Huge congratulations to Bayagrun!
Quickway is proud to announce that following an extensive assessment of our engineering services, we have been accredited as an Authorised Engineering Organisation (AEO) for Transport for NSW (TfNSW).
On May 1st, Mr. Luke Homann, Director of Authorisation and Audit of Assets Standard Authority, officially presented the AEO certificate to Quickway. Quickway’s HSEQ Manager, Stephen Scotney, who led the authorisation process accepted this certificate on behalf of Quickway.
This is a significant milestone which recognises and confirms our capability, competency, and commitment to excellence in several specialist engineering disciplines. We are honoured to be one of only 115 companies who have achieved AEO status and we look forward to an exciting year ahead delivering infrastructure solutions for the communities of New South Wales.
From left to right: Luke Homann (Director, Authorisation and Audit, ASA), Oleg Bondarenko (Manager, Authorisation and Audit, ASA), Stephen Scotney (HSEQ Manager, Quickway), Andrew Cooper (Manager, Asset Performance and Planning, Freight Strategy and Planning, ASA), Juliette Brodsky (Authorisation Facilitator, ASA), Ian Wright (Project Manager, Quickway), Derek Mullally (Director, Quickway) and Garry Thong (Manager, Asset Configuration and Systems, Freight Strategy and Planning, ASA).