A Busy Week at Ward


The past week has seen significant progression across several Ward projects. Starting with Church Point, the commuter wharf is now open to the public, constructed through a combination of floating pontoons and fixed platform units. Additional access to the marina has also been provided through the installation of a boat ramp. Project Manager Jack Cahill and his team have been outstanding throughout all stages of the project and are deserving of high praise for their continued efforts. Photos of the project’s development are available on our Instagram profile thanks to the work of Aiden Cunningham at LuXlusive.


Other project developments are as follows:


  • At our Warriewood site, the McPherson Street bridge has been installed, linking the western and eastern sides of the project.


  • At Barangaroo, the bulk excavation and loading out of materials for Stage 1 is proceeding in earnest. The team is doing a commendable job of managing the various constraints that apply to this challenging site.


  • A weekend shutdown at Warwick Farm has allowed for an acceleration of work on the junction between Bigge Street and the Hume Highway, with roughly half of the pavement completed as of Monday. The remaining work is scheduled for completion over the next three weeks as part of a major effort to finalize the project by Christmas.


  • Mount Victoria is currently progressing through Stage 3 of the upgrades, our workers laying asphalt on the western end of the project during night shifts. The three-week asphalt program will include the completion of major road pavement works in town.


  • The final night shift has been completed at Boundary Street. Works will resume once Sydney Water returns to connect the new water mains later in the year.


  • Perimeter works at Butler Road are on pace to start this month, the goal being to complete as much of the required work prior to the busy school holiday period.


All in all, a big week for the business that required a lot of hard work and perseverance. Well done to all involved – we look forward to more busy weeks ahead!


Church Point Wharf. Photo Credit: Aiden Cunningham at LuXlusive (http://www.luxlusive.com)