The Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull visited the NorthConnex site as reported in this article in the Sydney Morning Herald (14 Dec 2017), currently the longest tunnel under construction in Australia. CM+ are the Urban Designers and Architects for this $2.65b project.
CM+ are the Urban Designers for the Northern Road Upgrade Stage 3 North, currently under construction in Western Sydney between Glenmore Parkway, Glenmore Park and Jamison Road, South Penrith. The overall design intent and proposed traffic improvements are revealed in this fly through released via the RMS website.
CM+ are providing urban design, landscape and architecture design and documentation services for NorthConnex, the longest tunnel currently under construction in Australia. It will connect, when complete, the M1 Pacific Motorway to the Hills M2 Motorway in northern Sydney. The Urban Design and Landscape Plan (UDLP) – Stage Two is now available for Community Consultation and Comment. This report predominantly focuses […]
Parramatta Square is being reimagined as the heart of Parramatta and will be the centre of a new three hectare civic precinct for Sydney’s second CBD. This square will provide a front door to 240,000 m2 of mixed-use development, new Council facilities and a gateway to Parramatta Station. Dick Nugent (CM+), Oi Choong (Context Landscape […]
Winner of an Australian Engineering Excellence Award (Newcastle Division) 2016 Richard Nugent and Kash Rangan from CM+ attended the awards presentation in Newcastle on Friday, 16 September 2016. They were the project urban designers and architects supported by Context Landscape Design, in delivering the project with Arcadis/Lend Lease for NSW Roads and Maritime. The project […]
‘A new metro line between Sydney’s Central Business District and Parramatta will be the next major public transport project initiated by the NSW government…’ This article appeared on today’s front page of the Sydney Morning Herald. The article also refers to the Metro West Rail project and private consortium (comprising BG&E, CM+ and Australian Infrastructure Solutions) who […]