Stadium Station Construction
Construction of the six platform Stadium Station has commenced and will be completed at the end of 2017, in time for the Stadium opening for the start of the 2018 AFL season.
The Station forms part of the new Perth Stadium public transport strategy and will transport 28,000 people on event days.
The fact sheet includes the key facts and milestones for the Stadium Station construction program.
Stadium Station construction
- 11km of tracks
- 6 platforms
- 1.2km of pre-cast platforms
- 190 mast piles
- 11 lifts
- 2 cranes
- 340 tonnes of steel (for concourse structural steel)
- 106,000m3 of excavation
- 191 pre-cast concrete piles.
- Mid 2015: 1st tower crane in place
- Mid 2015: 1st concrete pour
- Late 2015: 2nd tower crane in place
- 24 months of construction.
Stage 2 key milestones
- Mid 2016: Platforms 1, 2 and 3.
Stage 3 key milestones
- Mid 2017: Platforms 4, 5 and 6
- Mid 2017: Stadium Station construction completed.
Stadium Station Construction Progress
Video text with computer generated animation: The six-platform Stadium Station is part of the new Perth Stadium transport strategy. With a train leaving every two to three minutes, Stadium Station will move 28,000 people on event days.
To minimise rail disruptions, two tower cranes will be positioned clear of the operating Armadale/Thornlie lines.
Through clever design, the steel concourse deck is 75% lighter, creating project savings. Such as reducing the number of piles from 250 to 180 and reducing the number of columns per platform from 6 to 3, making it a better passenger experience.
Rail operations will then switch into the completed section of the station to allow the third and final platform to be built.
The new Perth Stadium and Stadium Station will be open in time for the start of the 2018 AFL season.