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SMCSWCSM-LOR-SMC-EM-PLN-000027 City and Southwest (CSMW) April 2021Sydney Metro City and Southwest Central Station Main WorksConstruction Heritage Management Plan1/80CHMPSydney Metro City andSouthwest - CentralStation Main WorksProjectConstruction HeritageManagement Plan Laing O’Rourke 2018, all rights reserved

SMCSWCSM-LOR-SMC-EM-PLN-000027 City and Southwest (CSMW) April 20212/80Sydney Metro City and Southwest Central Station Main WorksConstruction Heritage Management PlanCHMPSydney Metro City and Southwest - Central Station Main WorksConstruction Heritage Management PlanDocumentTitleConstruction Heritage Management PlanDocument y Metro City & SouthwestLaing O’Rourke contract no.K51AuthorCHMP AuthorName:Role:Company:DetailsSandra WallaceManaging DirectorArtefact HeritageRevisionsRevisionDateDescriptionPrepared byApproved by112 April 2018Draft for reviewSandra WallaceChris McCallum23 May 2018Update with TfNSW Heritage ManagercommentsSandra WallaceChris McCallum311 May 2018Reviewed by OCPKaren UrquhartChris McCallum430 May 2018Reviewed as per OEH, ER and SydneyMetro commentsKaren UrquhartChris McCallumSandra Wallace518 June 2018Reviewed as per OEH, ER and SydneyMetro comments617 July 2018Reviewed as per DPIE commentsChris McCallum726 July 2018Reviewed as per DPIE commentsChris McCallum816 November2018/February2019Hold point changed to witness point, 6monthly reviewLucas DobrolotChris McCallum9February 2019ReviewLucas DobrolotChris McCallum10April 2020ReviewHussain NilarChris McCallumAnnual ReviewLucas DobrolotLucas DobrolotAugust 202011April 2021 Laing O’Rourke 2018, all rights reserved

SMCSWCSM-LOR-SMC-EM-PLN-000027 City and Southwest (CSMW) April 2021Sydney Metro City and Southwest Central Station Main WorksConstruction Heritage Management PlanContents3/80CHMPContents .3List of Tables .5List of Figures . Error! Bookmark not defined.Terms and definitions .61. Introduction .81.1Purpose and Application .81.2Background - Sydney Metro City & Southwest – Chatswood to Sydenham Project .81.3Planning Approval .81.4Overview of the Project and Project Scope of Works – Central Station Main Works.91.4.1 Metro Station Works . 91.4.2 Central Station Works. 91.4.3 Central Walk Works . 101.4.4 Ancillary works . 111.4.5 Combined Services Route CSM. 111.5Works Location Site Layout . 121.6Project Specific Environmental Management System. 131.7Objectives and Targets . 131.8Consultation and Stakeholder Engagement. 131.8.1 CHMP consultation . 131.8.2 Registered Aboriginal Parties . 141.8.3 RAP participation during construction . 141.8.4 Heritage Working Group. 141.8.5 NSW Heritage Council . 141.8.6 Public open days. 152. Legal and Other Requirements . 152.1Guidelines . 162.2ISCA . 162.2.1 ISCA Her-1 . 172.2.2 ISCA Her-2 . 172.3LOR Severe Environmental Risks. 173. Existing Environment . 173.1Aboriginal Heritage . 173.2Built Heritage. 183.2.1 Heritage listings . 183.3Non-Aboriginal Archaeology . 233.3.1 Areas of Archaeological Potential within Central Station . 233.3.2 Areas of archaeological potential within the Eastern entry footprint . 234. Construction Aspects and Impacts . 235. Management Measures . 285.1Aboriginal archaeological management. 285.1.1 Cultural Heritage Assessment Report . 285.1.2 Excavation Director. 295.1.3 Archaeological Method Statement . 295.1.4 Archaeological excavations. 29 Laing O’Rourke 2018, all rights reserved

SMCSWCSM-LOR-SMC-EM-PLN-000027 City and Southwest (CSMW) April 2021Sydney Metro City and Southwest Central Station Main WorksConstruction Heritage Management Plan4/80CHMP5.1.5 Artefact analysis and storage. 305.1.6 Human remains. 305.1.7 Unexpected finds . 305.1.8 Clearance . 305.1.9 Reporting . 305.2Built Heritage Management . 315.2.1 General . 315.2.2 Design Requirements . 315.2.3 Heritage Specialist . 325.2.4 Management of vibration impacts to elements of Central Station Railway Group. 325.2.5 Demolition and Deconstruction . 325.2.6 Adaptive Reuse. 325.2.7 Retention and Protection of Significant Fabric & Management of Incidental Impacts . 325.2.8 Salvage of Significant Fabric. 335.2.9 Items of Moveable and Industrial Heritage . 335.2.10Building Condition Surveys and Archival Photographic Recording . 345.2.11Archival Measured Drawings . 355.2.12Recording of Views and Visual Relationships . 365.2.13Heritage Interpretation. 365.2.14SHR listing update . 375.3Non-Aboriginal Archaeological Management . 375.3.1 Archaeological Zoning . 375.3.2 Archaeological Management . 405.3.3 Archaeological Method Statement . 405.3.4 Excavation Directors . 405.3.5 Unexpected finds . 405.3.6 Archaeological Relics Management Plan . 415.3.7 Clearance . 415.3.8 Human Remains . 415.3.9 Storage of archaeological remains . 415.3.10Analysis and reporting. 415.4Heritage Awareness Training (Induction) . 535.5Unexpected Finds Procedure . 535.6Ongoing Notifications – Unexpected Finds . 536. Roles and Responsibilities . 547. Monitoring, Auditing and Reporting . 578. Review and Improvement . 589. Enquiries, Complaints and Incident Management . 58Appendix A – Government Stakeholder Correspondence . 59Appendix B Registered Aboriginal Parties (RAPs) . 65Appendix C - CHMP MCoA, CEMF, Environmental Performance Outcomes and REMM ComplianceMatrix . 67Appendix D Sample / Template Conservation Actions Schedule . 77Appendix E - SWTC Appendix B6 Heritage Conservation Works Specification . 78Appendix F – SER’s addressed in this Management Plan . 79 Laing O’Rourke 2018, all rights reserved

SM City and Southwest (CSMW)5/80Sydney Metro City and Southwest Central Station Main WorksConstruction Heritage Management PlanCHMPList of TablesTable 2-1 Legislation and Planning Instruments . 15Table 3-1 Heritage Listed Items in and near the Project Area . 18Table 4-1 Aboriginal Heritage – Aspects and Impacts . 24Table 4-2: Built heritage – Aspects and Impacts . 25Table 4-3 Non-Aboriginal Archaeology– Aspects and Impacts . 27Table 5-1 Archaeological Management zoning relating to the Project (Artefact Heritage 2016c). . 38Table 5-2 Construction, Management Action and Responsibilities, Aboriginal Heritage. 43Table 5-3 Construction, Management Action and Responsibilities, Built Heritage . 46Table 5-4 CSMW Construction, Management Action and Responsibilities, Non-Aboriginalarchaeology . 49Table 6-1 Roles and Responsibilities . 54Table 9-1 Compliance Matrix - Minister’s Conditions of Approval (CoA) . 67Table 9-2 Compliance Matrix – Revised Environmental Mitigation Measures (REMMS) . 71Table 9-3 Revised environmental performance outcomes . 74 Laing O’Rourke 2018, all rights reserved

SM City and Southwest (CSMW)6/80Sydney Metro City and Southwest Central Station Main WorksConstruction Heritage Management PlanCHMPTerms and definitionsThe following terms, abbreviations and definitions are used in this plan.TermsExplanationAHDAustralian Heritage DatabaseAHIPAboriginal Heritage Impact PermitAHIMSArchaeological Heritage Information Management ServiceArchaeologicalPotentialPotential of a site to contain archaeological remains. This potential is assessed by identifying formerland uses and associated features through historical research and evaluating whether subsequentactions (either natural or human) may have impacted on evidence for these former land uses.AARDArchaeological Assessment and Research DesignAMSArchaeological Method StatementCASConservation Actions ScheduleCCOSCouncil of City of SydneyCEMPConstruction Environmental Management PlanCHARCultural Heritage Assessment ReportCHLCommonwealth Heritage ListCHMPConstruction Heritage Management PlanCoAConditions of ApprovalCSMWCentral Station Main WorksCSSICritical State Significant InfrastructureDNSDCDefence National Storage and Distribution CentreDoEDepartment of the EnvironmentDPIEDepartment of Planning Industry & EnvironmentEISEnvironmental Impact StatementEPLEnvironment Protection LicenceEREnvironmental RepresentativeHIAHeritage Impact AssessmentHISHeritage Interpretation StrategyISCAInfrastructure Sustainability Council of AustraliaLaing O’Rourke /LORALaing O’Rourke Australia Construction Pty LimitedLEPLocal Environment PlanLocal significanceAn item is important in the course or pattern of the local area’s cultural or natural history.Minister, theNSW Minister for PlanningNHLNational Heritage ListOEHOffice of Environment and HeritagePADPotential Archaeological DepositThe Burra Charter The Australia ICOMOS Charter for Places of Cultural Significance (Adopted 31 October 2013)RAPsRegistered Aboriginal Parties. As defined in the Aboriginal cultural heritage consultationrequirements for proponents 2010An item has potential to yield information that will contribute to an understanding of the NSWs (orResearch Potential the local area’s) cultural or natural history. It is possible for an area to be of high archaeologicalpotential but low research potential. Laing O’Rourke 2018, all rights reserved

SM City and Southwest (CSMW)7/80Sydney Metro City and Southwest Central Station Main WorksConstruction Heritage Management PlanTermsExplanationRTSResponse to SubmissionsSHRState Heritage RegisterSMCSWSydney Metro City and Southwest Laing O’Rourke 2018, all rights reservedCHMP

SM City and Southwest (CSMW)8/80Sydney Metro City and Southwest Central Station Main WorksConstruction Heritage Management Plan1.Introduction1.1Purpose and ApplicationCHMPThis Construction Heritage Management Sub-plan (CHMP) forms part of the Construction EnvironmentalManagement Plan (CEMP) for Sydney Metro City and Southwest Central Station Main Works Project(CSMW) (the Project).Effective cultural heritage management is vital to the overall success of the Project. This CHMP is requiredto ensure careful management of excavation, demolition and building work so that the heritage aspects ofthe site and surrounding environment will be appropriately addressed during construction. It has beenprepared to address the management and mitigation of potential impacts of the Project to manage heritageissues and minimise risk of impact during the first stage of development under the Minister’s Conditions ofApproval (CoA).It describes how Laing O’Rourke and its sub-contractors will ensure all risks associated with heritage areconsidered and managed effectively during the design and construction of the Project. It has been preparedto support and should be read in conjunction with the Sydney Metro Construction EnvironmentalManagement Framework (CEMF).This CHMP addresses the relevant requirements of the Project Approval as modified and all applicableguidelines and standards specific to heritage management during the Project. It has been developed basedon the Environmental Impact Statement, which takes into consideration a comprehensive assessment andanalysis of both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal heritage risks for the Project.1.2Background - Sydney Metro City & Southwest – Chatswood to Sydenham ProjectSydney Metro City & Southwest – Chatswood to Sydenham Project is a new 30km metro lineextending metro rail from the end of Sydney Metro Northwest at Chatswood under Sydney Harbour,through new CBD stations and southwest to Bankstown. It is due to open in 2024 with the capacity torun a metro train every four minutes each way through the centre of Sydney.The Project forms part of the Sydney Metro City & Southwest – Chatswood to Sydenham Project andincludes the construction of new underground platforms at Central Station and new related pedestrianaccess ways. The works will be undertaken by Laing O’Rourke. The Project consists of the MetroStation Works, the Central Station Works and the Central Walk Works which are described in Section1.4.1.3Planning ApprovalThe Project has been assessed by the Department of Planning Industry and Environment under Section115ZB of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 (EP&A Act) as Critical State SignificantInfrastructure (CSSI). The Project, its impacts, consultation and mitigation were documented in thefollowing suite of documents: Critical State Significant Infrastructure Application SSI 15 7400Sydney Metro – Chatswood to Sydenham –Environmental Impact Statement(Jacobs/Aracadis/RPS, 2016)Sydney Metro – Chatswood to Sydenham –Response to Submissions and Preferred InfrastructureReport (Jacobs/Aracadis/RPS 2016); andThe Planning Assessment Commission granted Approval for the Project on 9 January 2017 and theLaing O’Rourke scope of works for CSMW is subject to the Minister’s Conditions of Approval.Following approval of the Sydney Metro City and Southwest – Chatswood to Sydenham Project, thefollowing modifications were approved on 21 December 2017: Laing O’Rourke 2018, all rights reserved

SM City and Southwest (CSMW)9/80Sydney Metro City and Southwest Central Station Main WorksConstruction Heritage Management Plan CHMPCSSI 7400 MOD 1 – Victoria Cross and Artarmon Substation (determined 18 October 2017)CSSI 7400 MOD 4 – Sydenham Station and Metro Facility South (determined 13 December 2017)CSSI 7400 MOD 2 – Central Walk (determined 21 December 2017)CSSI 7400 MOD 3 – Martin Place Metro Station (determined 22 March 2018).CSSI 7400 MOD 4 - Sydenham Station and Metro Facility South – Chatswood to Sydenham(determined 13 December 2017)CSSI 7400 MOD 5 - Blues Point Acoustic Shed (determined 2 November 2018)CSSI 7400 MOD 6 – Administrative Changes- Modification to Sydney Metro City & Southwest Chatswood to Sydenham (determined 21 February 2019)CSSI 7400 MOD 7 – Administrative Changes- Modification to Sydney Metro City & Southwest Chatswood to Sydenham (determined 24 June 2020)CSSI 7400 MOD 8 – Blues Point Access Site (determined 25 November 2020)1.4Overview of the Project and Project Scope of Works – Central Station Main Works1.4.1Metro Station WorksThe Metro Station Works are the permanent works for a new underground Metro Station for theSydney Metro City and Southwest at Central Station. Work includes the installation of new platformsthat will be constructed using sophisticated excavation techniques to create a cavern and constructionof a station box and associated structural work with an island platform beneath Central Station’sexisting heavy-rail platforms 12, 13, 14 and 15. To facilitate this, excavation requiring the removal ofapproximately 230,000 cubic metres of spoil will be required. The work will include provision ofvertical transport from the Metro Station island platform and associated services.1.4.2Central Station WorksThe Central Station Works are the permanent works at Central Station associated with, and to enable,the construction, integration, operation and maintenance of the Metro Station, including newinfrastructure and adjustments to existing infrastructure. The key outcomes of the Central StationWorks include: a new North-South Concourse for Central Station which will link the new Metro Station with theexisting northern entrance and North Concourse, a new East Concourse, and the existing southernbaggage tunnel (Southern Intercity Interchange Tunnel); andadjustments to the existing Grand Concourse, Intercity Concourse, Olympic Tunnel, NorthConcourse and northern entrance to Central Station.Construction activities for the Central Station Main Works will have an impact on a number of elements withinthe Central Station site including: adjustments to existing built features within the Sydney Yard cess area, including demolition of theRolling Stock Officer’s Building and the Cleaners’ Amenities Buildingadjustments to existing Platforms 8/9, 10/11, 12/13 and 14/15 including:- demolition of existing platforms 13 and 14/15 including canopies and any rooms located on theplatforms- extension to the southern ends of existing Platforms 8/9 and 10/11- shortening to the northern ends of existing platforms 8/9 and 10/11- demolition of portions of the retaining wall between existing Platforms 15 and 16adjustments to existing tracks 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 including:- demolition of portions of existing tracks 12, 13 and 14- demolition of existing track 15- shortening of the northern end of existing tracks 9, 10 and 11 Laing O’Rourke 2018, all rights reserved

SM City and Southwest (CSMW)10/80Sydney Metro City and Southwest Central Station Main WorksConstruction Heritage Management Plan 1.4.3CHMPconstruction of a new canopy between the Central Electric Station Building and the northern end ofexisting Platforms 8/9 and 10/11 and new Platforms 12/13 and 14construction of a void in the North Concourse in front of the Central Electric Buildingextension of the Intercity Concourse to provide connection with existing Platforms 8/9, 10/11 and 12(as adjusted) and new platforms 113 & 14 and to provide circulation space at the top of the verticaltransport connection to the North Concourseadjustments to the existing Devonshire Street Tunnel as required.Central Walk WorksThe Central Walk Works include the provision of other infrastructure to provide improved connectivityand other operational enhancements throughout Central Station. The key features of the Central WalkWorks include: a new Eastern Entrance for Central Stationa new East Concourse (Central Walk) for Central Station beneath existing Platforms 16 to 23, whichwill link the new Eastern Entrance, the new North-South Concourse, existing Platforms 16 to 23 andthe existing Eastern Suburbs Railway (ESR) concourse; andprovisions to enable the future construction (by others) of an extension of the Central Walk througha new west concourse and a new western entrance for Central Station.Construction activities for the Central Walk Works will have an impact on a number of elements within theCentral Station site including: demolition of the Bounce Hostel, former MGM building at 20-28 Chalmers Street, Surry Hillsexcavation for the Eastern Entrance structureconstruction of a new station entrance including vertical transport, associated services andarchitectural and urban design elementsexcavation for the Central Walk, construction of the station box and associated structural worknew vertical transport from the Central Walk to the Suburban Platforms 16 to 23, including localisedadjustment of canopiesplatform voids for temporary stairs from Olympic Tunnel to Platforms 20/12 and 22/23strengthening of Suburban Platforms as necessary for construction of the Central Walk (EastConcourse)demolition of existing buildings on Suburban Platforms and general station refresh works.Refer to Figure 1.1 below for the locations of the works. Laing O’Rourke 2018, all rights reserved

SM City and Southwest (CSMW)11/80Sydney Metro City and Southwest Central Station Main WorksConstruction Heritage Management PlanCHMPFigure 1.1: CSMW Project Works1.4.4Ancillary worksAncillary works include fencing, maintenance access, utilities works, drainage, noise barriers, roadand transport network works and temporary site office, laydown and work sites to support construction.Other temporary works that will be required throughout the construction period include: 1.4.5temporary arrangements (including wayfinding and signage) to divert and control pedestrians andto provide public access, amenity, security and safety during all stages of design and constructiontemporary arrangements to replace all passenger and public walkways affected by workstemporary construction hoardings, fencing, noise walls, access gates and barriers on and aroundthe sitetemporary arrangements for site facilities, infrastructure, utilities, groundwater and stormwatercollection, treatment and discharge and other temporary works as may be required from time to timeexcavation and construction of an advanced adit parallel to the Central Walk to facilitateconstruction of the Central WalkCombined Services Route CSMThe CSR for Central Station will provide for Communications (Comms) services (voice, data and ITconnectivity, requiring 6 to 8 cables) and High Voltage electrical (HV) services that will service th

run a metro train every four minutes each way through the centre of Sydney. The Project forms part of the Sydney Metro City & Southwest – Chatswood to Sydenham Project and includes the construction of new underground platforms at Central Station and new related pedestrian acc

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