RSGx are excited to announce we have been awarded the Electrical HV and LV works for Caboolture and Corinda Feeder Stations. The works will commence in late June 2024 with expected completion in April 2025.

Electrical substations are critical railway infrastructure responsible for powering electric trains and these upgrades will ensure communities remain connected — even during power outages or planned maintenance. Not only will the new substations safeguard network reliability, they will also future-proof the South East Queensland network by providing backup power supply for the Cross River Rail (CRR) project and have the capabilities to support major projects like the Beerburrum-Landsborough duplication works.

The contract includes provision of all project management, supervision, supply of materials, labour, temporary materials, plant, and equipment to complete the works.

RSGx are responsible for the material procurement and supply, installation, testing and pre-commissioning of the works for Feeder Stations as listed below:

  • Project management
  • Precast concrete pits
  • Underground conduit network
  • HV Traction power cables
  • Low Voltage and Control Cables
  • Earthing System
  • Lightning Protection
  • External Lighting
  • Feeding Structures and overhead connections
  • Demolition of Transformers and Cables
  • Cable Containment

RSGx Chief Development Officer, Kris Caplice said, “Building upon our current footprint in the transport infrastructure sector in Brisbane, RSGx is delighted with this latest award.

We are currently working on other high-profile Queensland Rail projects in South East Queensland and with this latest award, we continue to  grow our Queensland Rail experience and capability in the region.

Trusted to deliver this scope, we are enhancing our reputation in delivering rail projects in Southeast Queensland. We look forward to working with the Degnan team on this scope.”