John Holland – Melbourne Regional Rail Link
The Melbourne Regional Rail Link is a 47.5 km railway line under construction through the inner western suburbs of Melbourne from Southern Cross station, running through Sunshine, Tarneit and meeting the Geelong line at West Werribee. The line is being built at or above ground with the primary aim of improving grade separation with a specific focus on separating Geelong, Ballarat and Bendigo V/Line rail services from the Melbourne rail network and improving public transport services to the city’s growing western fringe.
RRL Work Package A delivers new Up and Down RRL lines between Southern Cross Station and Spion Kop including the option of new platforms at North Melbourne Station to enable the early activation of platforms 15 and 16 at Southern Cross Station.
Equib provided risk analysis expertise and advice in the rationalization and collation of the discipline risk registers and the allied quantitative modelling of the plans prepared for each of a number of potential delivery options and implementation scenarios. We also helped with the introduction of probabilistic analysis of project plans to the organization producing simple and understandable modelling protocols and a simple guide to the proprietary risk tool that had been chosen.