Do you know exactly how much of the Up viaduct has been completed? Also any updates in regards to the stations?
As at mid afternoon today, the Up viaduct is complete to within about 9 or 10 spans of Poath Rd (i.e. Hughesdale). So they seem to be doing a bit over 100 metres per day. Of course, the straddle crane doesn't have far to travel so the cycle times are fairly short.
As falconea says, Poath Road will be closed this Saturday, so they expect the section over the road to be completed then. That would leave only about 3 spans to do.
Drunkill has posted some photos of Murrumbeena station. The only things I'd note is that 1) the first bay of the platform verandah has been erected (this is partially obscured by the tree in the photo); and 2) the ground level buildings on the Up side seem to be complete to 'lock up stage'. I'm sure the insides haven't been fitted out, though.
Carnegie is not so advanced. I drove past today and it appears that they are still working on the platforms. None of the roof/side protection has been erected. The ground level buildings, however, are at a similar state.
Hughesdale hasn't even been started, including the ground level buildings.
It just occurred to me that the platform access to the new stations will be on the centre lines of the platforms. That is, right in the middle of the existing tracks. Presumably they won't be able to start work on that until the existing lines are closed and lifted. There will be a shut, of course, but I'm wondering if the skyrail will be opened before Carnegie, Murrumbeena, and Hughesdale stations?