Woolloongabba Station taking shape

A major milestone has been reached at our Woolloongabba site, with concrete lining works in the station’s caverns now complete.

More than 20,000 tonnes of concrete was used to line the caverns over the past seven months, with the final pour taking some 18 hours.

With lining works now done, crews have shifted their focus to the back of house area, where the mechanical and electrical equipment used to power the station will be located.

Elsewhere at Woolloongabba, crews will soon start fitting out the station’s mezzanine level, while escalators and lifts are due to start being installed later this year.

The tunnels are also continuing to take shape, with the first section of track soon to be laid underground between our Woolloongabba and Albert Street sites.

Blink and you’ll miss the progress at Woolloongabba!