The Midland Junction Alliance, an alliance comprising of Georgiou Group, McConnell Dowell, Arcadis and BG&E, has been named preferred proponent to deliver the new METRONET Midland Station in Western Australia.
Work includes decommissioning and demolishing the existing 53-year-old train station and the design and construction of a new facility between Helena and Cale streets.
The station’s contemporary design will incorporate three platforms catering for up to six-cars, a publicly accessible pedestrian overpass connecting both sides of the railway, a bus interchange and cycling facilities.
Georgiou Group CEO Rob Monaci said the project has been a key target for Georgiou over the past 18 months and the company was thrilled to be named preferred.
“The METRONET projects are a great opportunity for the alliance partners to build on their skillset and experience while delivering infrastructure that improves public transport for communities across Perth,” he said.
“Each partner brings strong capability and expertise to the project and, as a collective, we look forward to getting boots on the ground and building on this partnership.”
Alliance General Manager, Leonard Munday said he is proud to be leading the delivery of the Midland Station
“I am excited and look forward to working with PTA on a project that will expand connections, set a platform for invigoration and importantly, leave a legacy for the Midland community”
Once open, the new station is expected to have 3,300 daily boardings, growing to 3,700 in 2031.