CPB Contractors, the construction company of Australian engineering services company CIMIC Group, along with its joint venture partner Lendlease, has won an earthworks contract for the federally funded A$5.3bn (£3bn) Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport.
Three consortia, comprising major construction companies in Australia and around the world, have been shortlisted by the government of the Australian the state of Victoria to build the North East Link’s twin road tunnels project.
CPB Contractors and UGL, subsidiaries of Australian construction and engineering services company CIMIC Group, along with Unity Alliance partners, have finalised a contract with the Queensland government to deliver the rail, integration and systems (RIS) package of the Cross River Rail project.
The Public Transport Projects Alliance (PTP Alliance) has completed the A$174m (£98m) Oaklands Crossing Grade Separation Project in South Australia.
A consortium of McConnell Dowell Constructors, Mott MacDonald Australia, Arup Group has won a contract for the A$354m (£197m) Regency Road to Pym Street project as part of the North-South Corridor, in Adelaide, South Australia.
The Armadale Access Alliance has won a contract worth A$134m (£75m) from the McGowan Government in Western Australia for the Armadale Road to North Lake Road bridge project.
The New Zealand Transport Agency has selected Advance consortium, comprising Fulton Hogan, HEB Construction, Aurecon and WSP-Opus, as the preferred alliance to deliver Te Ahu a Turanga: Manawatū Tararua Highway project.
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.