Sydney Metro has completed the pouring of a 2,650t concrete slab in support of a nine-storey building to be constructed at the southern-end of Waterloo station.

Packed with 200 tonnes of steel reinforcement, the foundations were poured over a 13-hour period.

In addition to being a key structural element, the slab will also be utilised as floor space for a room that will house critical electrical equipment required for Sydney Metro to operate.

John Holland and Mirvac will begin construction on the over-station development next year. The vibrant new Waterloo Metro Quarter will include commercial office space, retail, residential, social and affordable housing, and student accommodation.

Watch this video to find out how Sydney Metro completed its 2,650t concrete pour.

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