Caulfield Station Upgrade Works
Months to build
- Restrictive Site Access
- Live Operating Environment
- Existing Structure Works
- Public Interface
Initially constructed in 1915, Caulfield Station is a busy commuter railway station, 9km from Melbourne’s CBD. Partnering with heritage consultant and architect Lovell Chen, we were tasked with upgrading the station, including adding a new cafe and associated landscaping.
This was the first project in Metro Trains Melbourne’s Bringing Stations to Life initiative. The project’s main aims were to improve safety and connections with other transport systems and to integrate an environmentally responsive design within the existing heritage-listed station fabric. We also undertook minor alterations to the historic station building on Platform 4 to facilitate the development of DDA-compliant facilities.