Cross River Rail


Cross River Rail is the largest infrastructure project in Queensland’s history. The project is a new 10.2-kilometre rail line from Dutton Park to Bowen Hills in Brisbane, which includes 5.9 kilometres of twin tunnels under the Brisbane River and CBD. The project will unlock a bottleneck at the core of the city’s transport network, and it will transform the way we travel across the whole of South East Queensland.

Cross River Rail has progressed from early works into major construction and is now well on its way to being delivered. The project is now active at more than a dozen work sites.

The Viking solution

Viking Industrial’s Rental division has supplied a number of our generators to power various site works. These include a 1250kVA genset for power tunnel boring scrubbers and 600kVA for a gantry crane. A 300kVA, 200kVA and an 80kVA are on-hire for various uses such as powering offices and standby power for pumps.

Project Info

Rail and Infrastructure
QLD Government/ Private Consortium
Project Value
Start Date
In Construction
Brisbane, Queensland
Site Name
Cross River Rail
CPB Contractors, BAM, Ghella and UGL Engineering (CBGU) Joint Venture

“We recently purchased a fleet of Solar Trailers with a set expectation and design requirement for our remote site requirements. The team at Viking worked with us to complete the specification and orders. The fleet has been on the job for around three months now, meeting our requirements. We are looking at more units currently with the team and look forward to continued supply in the future.”

- Director, Construction, WA

“From our initial dealings with Viking Industrial until the completion of works onsite, the whole team have proven to be professional and very attentive to our requirements and needs. I cannot recommend them enough. We’re looking forward to dealing with the Viking Team in  the future.”

- Reg Greene, Project Manager, McNally Group

“Viking Industrial has been a long term partner with Utilita. They continue to reinvent and evolve to improve the service offerings that support our critical infrastructure. Despite our requirements continually changing, they never stop trying to improve.”

- Chris McRae, Operations Manager, Utilita Water Solutions