MMS | Waterloo Station (GWRL) 2013
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Waterloo Station (GWRL) 2013

About This Project

MMS provided a solution with innovation options that could best meet the Client budget and constraints while ultimately extend the life of the Waterloo Roof Structure by a min. of 15 years. The Project Works have a degree of technical specification requirements combined with operating in the Safety Critical Environment of NZ Rail Corridor. This has required MMS to work with and liaise with many key stakeholders to meet KiwiRail Safety Requirements, Council Requirements, neighbouring business concerns & public needs. MMS has successfully met all KiwiRail requirements without incident through our extensive rail experience in conjunction with high consultation and partnering with KiwiRail Representatives.

Scope of Works

The Contract is a Project to undertake Structural Engineering, Roof Repairs, Slurry Blasting, Industrial Coating & Waterblasting at Waterloo Railway Station on behalf of Great Wellington Rail Ltd (QWRL). MMS acted as the Principal Contractor to supply all labour, materials, plant and supervision necessary to complete the Works in accordance with the Contract Documents.



New Zealand, Rail