CPB Contractors, a CIMIC Group company, has been selected as preferred proponent to provide Auckland Airport’s international taxiway and remote stands project.
The joint venture between McConnell Dowell and Built Environs has secured the Early Contractor Engagement (ECI) contract for the Puhinui Station Interchange in Auckland, New Zealand.
Auckland Council Governing Body has approved an additional funding of NZ$500m ($331m) for the City Rail Link project.
City Rail Link Limited (CRLL) has announced an increase in the cost for the Auckland City Rail Link project from NZ$3.4bn ($2.3bn) in 2014 to NZ$4.42bn ($3bn).
Cimic Group firm CPB Contractors has secured a $119m contract from the NSW Government for the Northern Road upgrade Stage 6 project in Australia.
Coleman Rail, a subsidiary of Acciona Geotech, in a consortium with Lendlease, has won A$536m ($238.4m) contract to build two train stations in Australia.
The Australian government said that it will invest A$2bn ($1.4bn) in a fast rail project between Geelong and Melbourne, which will reduce the journey time on the 80km route in half to 32 minutes.
Royal Boskalis Westminster (Boskalis) has won a contract from Flinders Ports, the owner and operator of the Port Adelaide Outer Harbor shipping channel in Australia, for the widening of the shipping channel.
Melbourne Airport Rail Link (MARL) is set to become a reality, with Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews signing the Heads of Agreement on the strategic objectives, governance arrangements and information-sharing processes for the A$10bn ($7bn) joint commitment.
A joint venture between New Zealand construction company McConnell Dowell and Australian construction company Decmil has been appointed as preferred contractor to deliver the Mordialloc Freeway Project on behalf of Major Roads Project Victoria (MRPV), Australia.
Australian construction firm Lendlease has been appointed by Queensland Airports to deliver Gold Coast Airport’s southern terminal expansion, the next phase of the $370m ($262m) airport redevelopment scheme called ‘Project LIFT’.
Jan De Nul Group, a Luxembourg-based company that provides services relating to the construction and maintenance of maritime infrastructure, has secured major works from the Pilbara Ports Authority (PPA) of Australia to dredge the channel and enhance the safe and sustainable access to the Port of Port Hedland.
New Zealand construction company Fulton Hogan has signed a NZ$100m ($68m) contract with Transport Minister Phil Twyford, Auckland Mayor Phil Goff and Auckland Transport (AT) officials for part of the Eastern Busway project between Panmure and Pakuranga, which will transform east Auckland.
The Great River City Light Rail, a consortium led by Transdev, has won a €330m (A$536m) Supply, Operate and Maintain contract for Stage 1 of the Parramatta Light Rail Project in Sydney, Australia.
Lendlease, an Australian construction, property and infrastructure company, has won an A$476m ($335m) contract from the New South Wales (NSW) government to deliver Victoria Cross Station, a new Sydney Metro railway station, and a building above.
Australia-based Downer Group in an equal stake joint venture with CPB Contractors has been selected by the New South Wales Government to build Stage 1 of the Parramatta Light Rail project.
A joint venture between CIMIC Group subsidiary CPB Contractors and Australian engineering contractor John Holland has won a contract for the design and construction of the Rozelle Interchange and Iron Cove Link, the last stage of the M4-M5 Link WestConnex project in Australia.
Australian company Downer Group and South Australia’s City of Onkaparinga have partnered with resource recovery and recycling companies Close the Loop and RED Group for the construction of the first South Australian road built with soft plastics and glass.
City Rail Link (CRL) has achieved a milestone with the breakthrough from the Albert Street tunnels to CRL tunnels across the Commercial Bay site in Downtown Auckland, New Zealand.
A joint venture between CIMIC Group companies CPB Contractors and UGL won a A$1.376bn ($994m) contract from the New South Wales (NSW) government to deliver the line-wide works package of the Sydney Metro City & Southwest project, the biggest public transport project in Australia.