In ten months, and despite health restrictions, the waterproofing was completed, the base of the internal stairwell was built, the first nine metres of the station's perimeter walls were completed and more than 70% of the prefabricated beams and planks were installed to form the platform level and the level of the technical rooms.
In ten months, the waterproofing was completed.
Underground work continues with the goal of beginning construction of the aboveground component of the station in May. The next step will then be to equip the station with various services, walls, interior cladding, and prefabricated panels that will form the station hall.
Underground work continues.
The Crows Nest station will be the first stop on the line connecting Chatswood to Sydney's CBD after the metro's extension to the northwest of the city in 2024. The project will also provide new access to the Crows Nest residential area, as well as to local schools and businesses. The Crows Nest station will create hundreds of new jobs, with more than 300 people working on site at peak times.