We have a wide variety of work packages on ICN Gateway for NSW-based suppliers for projects in Sydney, the Hunter/Northern region and also across Australia. Take a look at the packages available, which cover road works, public transport, clean energy and Defence-related activities.
WestConnex M4/M5 link tunnels – 4 packages closing 30 April
WestConnex M4-M5 Link Tunnels Project consists of twin 7.5-kilometre four-lane tunnels linking the New M4 Tunnels at Haberfield to the New M5 motorway at St Peters and includes provisions to accommodate future connections to the new Rozelle Interchange and Iron Cove Link.
The four work packages available are for handrails, construction of special cross passages, longitudinal egress passage and electrical building services. If you’re interested in these opportunities, make sure to submit your Expression of Interests on the project page before 30 April, or contact Thuy Ho, ICN NSW’s Senior Consultant for the Sydney Metropolitan region on +61 2 9927 3100 or via email.
Sydney Metro City and Southwest – Line Wide Works project – closing soon
Sydney Metro is Australia’s biggest public transport project and is valued at $1.4B. From the north west, the metro rail is being extended under Sydney Harbour, through new underground city stations and beyond to the south west. In 2024, Sydney will have 31 metro railway stations and a 66km standalone metro railway system, revolutionising the way Australia’s biggest city travels.
Two packages relating to blockwork and form reo pour at the Sydney Metro Trains Facility (SMTF) expansion at Tallawong Road, Rouse Hill are closing on 25 April 2021. Find out more at the project page on Gateway or contact Thuy Ho on +61 2 9927 3100 or via email.
New England Solar Farm – Uralla Shire Council area – 13 packages available
The $500m New England Solar Farm project awarded Green Light the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the project and it is currently working on the Stage one with UPC, which includes a 400MWAC solar farm, 33/330kV Substation and an operations and maintenance building (O&M Building).
Last month, ICN NSW’s Dusko Bajic and senior members of Green Light Elecnor Team held an industry briefing on the project in Uralla. They discussed the project in detail, the opportunities that it presents to the local community and the wider region.
There are a wide variety of contracts available, from early works for access roads, drinking water supply, labour hire, surveying, piling works and more. The full scope for these contracts closes between 1 June to 22 July. More information is available here or contact Dusko Bajic, ICN NSW Regional Manager on +61 417 323 636 or via email to discuss this opportunity.
Sydney Road Asset Performance Contract (Harbour Zone) Project – loads of EOIs
ConnectSydney has been awarded Sydney Roads Asset Performance Contract – Harbour Zone. The contract aims to establish a ‘whole of asset life’ approach to road maintenance and construction, and will cover routine maintenance, tactical projects, network support and improvement works over 9 to 15 years.
There are a number of work packages available, including Traffic Management, Road Furniture supply and installation, Landscaping, fencing installation, bridge repairs and pump maintenance. Take a look at the project page on ICN Gateway to see all of the work packages available, or contact Thuy Ho on +61 2 9927 3100 or via email.
Land 125 Phase 4 Integrated Soldier System
L125-4 aims to enhance the Australian Defence Force’s ability to respond with new technology to rapidly changing threat environments, whilst reducing the cognitive and physical burden placed on modern soldiers. Team SABRE will design integrate and deliver its Soldier Augmentations and Battlefield Robotic Enablers solution in Australia with maximum participation of Australian Industry.
This are general EOI submission and Work Packages currently available, covering soldier protention products, radio systems, training and simulations, robotics, emerging technology, R&D and more. The packages closed in May 2021. More information is available here. Contact Dusko Bajic on +61 417 323 636 or via email if you want to know more.