Sydney Gateway

FJA contributed to Sydney Gateway Works

FJA™ partnered with John Holland and Seymour Whyte to deliver the Sydney Gateway project – motorway travelling from Parramatta to Sydney Airport. This transformative road project is a part of The NSW Government’s vision which is completing the missing links in the Sydney motorway network in order to improve traffic flow. Sydney Gateway will have the capacity to carry up to 100,000 vehicles a day, reduce road congestion and travel times by up to 40 minutes in the morning and afternoon peak for people going from Parramatta to Sydney Airport. The project involves the delivery of two sections:

  1. The International Terminal and Qantas Drive connection. This is a new road connection, linking the Sydney motorway network at St Peters Interchange with Sydney Airport’s International Terminal and Qantas Drive.
  2. Domestic Terminals access that will create an arterial road connection and flyover to Sydney Airport’s Domestic Terminals, as well as improve the way we travel to Port Botany.

Sydney Gateway will strengthen Sydney’s position as a global city, by improving the existing road and freight rail networks, and importantly, will divert trucks from local streets in Mascot by providing a new route for around 10,000 trucks a day.

FJA™ was engaged to undertake Utilities Coordination and Modelling for the project. Besides, we also undertook Clash Analysis and provided space-proofing designs to resolve clashes. Additionally, we worked closely with the contractor to deliver constructible utility designs and reduce scope of the works where feasible.

partnered with john holland and seymour whyte fja delivered utilities coordination and modelling for the sydney gateway project