Services include the design and construction of light rail, heavy rail, signalling, track and station works, rail safety technology, bridges, airports and roads.
Downer has a long history of delivering transport infrastructure projects under a variety of contracting models.
Our integrated capabilities enable intelligent transport solutions, road network management and maintenance, facility maintenance, utilities services and renewable energy technologies. We also have particular expertise delivering services within the constraints imposed by a live operating environment.
Services include intergrated design and construction of road earthworks, pavement construction, bridges and tunnels, and associated civil structures.
Integration with broader Downer Group capabilities enables an end-to-end service that extends to cover intelligent transport solutions and road network management and maintenance.
In addition to our industry-leading rollingstock build and maintain business, Downer maintains significant capability in the delivery of rail infrastructure.
Services include track construction, line electrification, delivery of depots and stabling yards and construction of railway stations. Particular expertise around the delivery of services within the constraints imposed by a live operating environment, exists as a point of difference for our customers.
Downer’s involvement in the rebuild programs following the earthquakes in Christchurch and Kaikoura, and ongoing participation in the recovery from Cyclone Gabrielle, comprising the reinstatement of critical road and rail infrastructure, also stands as testament to our capability and commitment to customers in the sector.
Downer, as part of Link Alliance, is delivering the new and redeveloped stations, tunnels and systems for Auckland’s City Rail Link projects, the largest transport infrastructure projects ever undertaken in New Zealand.
Downer’s involvement in Link Alliance follows its involvement in the earlier cut and cover tunnels and refurbishment of the Central Post Office.
The City Rail Link is a 3.45 kilometre twin-tunnel underground rail link, up to 42 metres below the city centre. This is transforming the downtown Britomart Transport Centre into a two-way through-station, that better connects the Auckland rail network. The City Rail Link is due for completion by November 2025.