The Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport, Surface and Civil Alignment Works (SCAW) team recently hosted a Family and Community Day at the project site, welcoming over 300 community members, team mates, subcontractors, and their families.
Guests enjoyed guided bus tours of the project, gaining insights into the construction process and the future of the rail line. Interactive demonstrations brought the project to life, while a Reptile Awareness display educated visitors about the local wildlife.
Cultural immersion was provided through a workshop with local Indigenous artist Peter Jenson, who created a mural and boomerangs with community members as a legacy for the community.
For the younger attendees, a 'Mini Construction Zone' was created, featuring a variety of construction equipment to explore and a jumping castle for endless fun.
CPB Contractors' SCAW Project Director Vishal Khosla said the event was a resounding success due to the dedication of the team and support from volunteers.
“The feedback we've received from the community and our staff has been overwhelmingly positive. Many expressed their desire to return for future events, and we look forward to continuing to engage with the community in meaningful ways.” he added.
CPB Contractors is currently delivering the Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport, Surface and Civil Alignment Works in joint venture with United Infrastructure – a consortium of Western Sydney based companies including Burton Contractors, JK Williams and Mulgoa Quarries. The project includes the civil infrastructure necessary for the construction of the Sydney Metro track.