Our transport portfolio in the country is market leading. In Victoria, we continue to contribute to the development of the Melbourne Metro and are the independent reviewer for the High Capacity Metro Trains Rolling Stock project. We're also working on the Western Program Alliance project, which will make the Western arterial network safer through a series of grade separations within the rail network.
In New South Wales, we continue to work on Sydney transport projects such as Sydney Metro, Northwest Rail Link and Underground Station Design and Technical Services (USDTS), in addition to the suburban line station upgrade projects. The USDTS project is a significant building information management project and its emphasis on digital engineering methods are leading the way in the infrastructure industry. We also manage travel demand for the CBD light rail project, and the B-Line and Sydney Metro Macquarie Park projects.
In Queensland, we're providing detailed design for Inland Rail, technical advisory services for the new Brisbane Metro, and transport planning as well as overlay services for the Gold Coast Commonwealth games.
In South Australia, we're helping the broadening of the North South corridor known as the Torrens to Torrens project, which is the first alliance project successfully delivered in South Australia. The project has received an excellent ISCA sustainability rating. We recently secured the Oaklands Public Transport Projects Alliance program of works project in Adelaide.
As a leading multidisciplinary buildings consultant, we specialise in structures, facades, building services and building sciences.
Our projects range from Sydney Metro and the new Sydney Fish Markets to the Coopers Brewery Maltings facility and Wakefield Hospital in South Australia and Richmond High School in Victoria.
With a core focus on aviation, metros, sports, tertiary education and health, we have provided design services for major projects including Wagga Wagga Hospital, Melbourne Metro and the Australian National University Science Precinct.
The water and wastewater sectors face unprecedented challenges – ageing infrastructure, population growth, water scarcity and climate change. Our specialist teams can guide you through them all.
Our solutions for the collection, treatment, disposal and reuse of wastewater combine decades of experience with innovative thinking. In addition, we offer specialist capability in real-time data management and big data analytics through our web portal, Moata, enables us to offer state-of-the-art network monitoring.
Across the board, innovation sets our services in water apart from the rest. This is because we have always been among the first in the water industry to adopt the next-generation technologies that drive down capital and whole-life costs for added value.
We combine local Australian know-how with world leading expertise to hasten the transition of our energy system, and society, to a net zero emissions future. By combining market, technology and geographical insightfulness together with our own carbon-neutral certification journey, we help our clients navigate and succeed in an uncertain future.
Electrification is key to decarbonising our future. Our climate and energy advisory services help our clients navigate the complexities associated with market, policy, regulatory and studies to underpin investment decisions. We do this by augmenting our digital expertise together with our deep technical domain knowledge in key areas of renewables, hydro, power systems, traction power, storage and emerging technologies such as hydrogen and integrated energy systems.
Our education experts provide consulting, coaching and professional learning services for teachers, school leaders, schools and education systems. Our work ranges from customised programs for schools or school networks through to large scale system professional learning programs. We connect with global education leaders and practitioners, drawing on the latest national and international research to develop evidence-based programs that can be delivered face to face or through blended learning. For further details, visit the website of our education arm – Cambridge Education.