The Goods Line (previously the Ultimo Pedestrian Network) is a new, award-winning public space which provides improved pedestrian and cyclist access and circulation from Central Station into Chinatown and Darling Harbour.
The 500m elevated public space links many of Sydney’s key cultural and educational institutions, such as Frank Gehry’s Dr Chau Chak Wing Building at the UTS Business School, the Powerhouse Museum and new UTS student accommodation.
Our multidiscipline team worked with ASPECT Studios and The Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority providing civil, structural, hydraulic, and electrical consultancy services.
The project received the 2014 Australia Award for Urban Design, in Policies, Programs and Concepts – Small Scale. This award recognised design initiatives, projects, built developments and publications that make a significant difference to the places, spaces, buildings and infrastructure of our cities.
The project was also awarded the 2016 Australia Award for Urban Design, Delivered Outcome – Small Scale. This subsequent award recognised the revitalisation of disused infrastructure to provide a linear connection through the city promoting sustainable transport and community interaction.
For more information contact Dale Lenden from the Sydney office on 02 9438 5098.