Sydney Gateway – Stages 1 & 3 – packages closing in Sep, Oct, Nov & Dec
Transport for NSW’s $2.6b Sydney Gateway mega project is a new, above ground, toll-free connection from St Peters Interchange to the International and Domestic terminals, and beyond. Sydney Gateway will provide more efficient journeys from Western Sydney to the front door of Sydney Airport and towards Port Botany – unlocking access to the airport and catering for the future growth.
The design and construction contract was awarded to John Holland Seymour Whyte Joint Venture for Stage 1 & 3. Early works started in late 2020 and construction will start this year.
There are many opportunities for Australian SME businesses on this project, including:
- Underbore and horizontal directional drilling (HDD) works (closes 1 Sep)
- Concrete pumping (10 Oct)
- Supply and Install – Shotcrete and Soil Nails (1 Nov)
- Excavation and installation of drainage and backfill (30 Nov)
- Piling (5 Dec), and
- Form Reo Pour (Concrete structures) (31 Dec).
To find out more about the project, view all work packages available and to register your interest, visit the project page on ICN Gateway.
To discuss the project, contact Thuy Ho at 02 9927 3100 or via firstname.lastname@example.org
Sydney Metro City & Southwest – Crows Nest Station – 2 packages for Aug & Sep
Sydney Metro City & Southwest includes a new 30km metro line extending the metro rail from the end of Sydney Metro Northwest at Chatswood, under Sydney Harbour, through new CBD stations and southwest to Bankstown.
This part of the project involves a new station being built at Crows Nest by A W Edwards. There are two works packages that are currently available – a painting package closing on 20 August and a soft and hard landscaping package closing on 10 September.
Check out the project page on ICN Gateway and submit your EOI. Contact Thuy Ho on 02 9927 3100 or via email@example.com if you want to know more.
Sydney Metro City & Southwest – Station Upgrade Works (Marrickville, Canterbury and Lakemba) – packages for August, November & December
A joint venture between Haslin Constructions and Stephen Edwards Constructions is delivering the Southwest Metro Station Upgrade Works Package 4 for Transport for NSW. The works are to ensure that Marrickville, Canterbury and Lakemba Train Stations suit the new Metro Southwest services.
Some of the many work packages available, include water mains works, HV works, piling, station building works, concrete FRP works, metro service building works, civil works and more. Take a look at the project page on ICN Gateway to find out more about the project and the available opportunities.
Contact Thuy Ho on 02 9927 3100 or via firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to know more.
New England Solar Farm – 5 packages closing in August and September
Green Light, a subsidiary of Elecnor Australia, is the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor responsible for handling the ongoing operation and maintenance (O&M) for the New England solar farm, within Uralla Shire Council in the Northern Tablelands region of New South Wales.
Stage one includes a 400MWAC solar farm, 33/330kV Substation, and an operations and maintenance building (O&M Building). The solar farm will convert energy from solar radiation into electrical energy, which will then be fed into the electricity grid.
There are five packages that are closing in August and September: O&M services, cleaning, waste disposal, food truck and O&M building furnishing.
If your business wants to get involved, make sure to submit your Expression of Interest on ICN Gateway. If you want to know more, contact Dusko Bajic, ICN NSW Regional Manager on +61 417 323 636 or via email to discuss this opportunity.
New Sydney Fish Market – 3 packages available in Aug & Sep
Multiplex is delivering the new Sydney Fish Market project, which will be purpose-built to expand and improve the functions of the existing Markets.
There are three packages that are currently open: Structural Steel (including coatings (closing 15 August), Precast Concrete Install (closing 30 August) and Digital Signage (closing 17 September). If your business wants to get involved, make sure to submit your Expression of Interest on ICN Gateway.
If you want to know more, contact Thuy Ho, ICN NSW’s Senior Consultant for the Sydney Metropolitan region on +61 2 9927 3100 or via email.
Projects closing by the end of 2021
Port Botany Rail Line Duplication (including Cabramatta Loop) Project
Work packages are open for ARTC’s Port Botany Rail Duplication (including Cabramatta Loop) project. The Project aims to provide the capacity to meet predicted growth in the containerized freight task and support rail services between Port Botany and metropolitan freight intermodal terminals.
Packages available include various consultancy services, site survey and investigations and utilities enabling works, as well as both the Port Botany and the Cabramatta Loop project design and construction contracts. To find out more, email Thuy Ho or call her on +61 2 9927 3100, or visit the project page on ICN NSW.
Development of Bango Wind Farm
CWP Renewables is developing the $358m Bango Wind Farm project, located between Yass and Boorowa in NSW. The project includes the construction and operation of 46 wind turbines and associated infrastructure (including a substation and transformers, underground and overhead cabling, operations and maintenance facility and access tracks). The EPC Contract has been awarded to General Electric International Inc.
Work Packages currently open to EOIs include accommodation, crane hire, earth moving and construction equipment, fabrication and machining supplies, events, permanent and temporary construction site accommodation, plumbing, PPE, IT support, rigging and lifting, scaffolding services and more. If you want to know more, check out the project page or email Wally Hirsch, ICN NSW’s Illawarra/South East Regional Manager, or call him on +61 42 700 0719.
Long lead projects
AIR6500 Joint Battle Management and Integrated Air and Missile Defence System – many packages available to Jul 2022
The international $1b Project AIR 6500 is a Joint Air Battle Management System (JABMS) that will interconnect the many disparate platforms, systems and sensors across the air, land, sea, space, electromagnetic and cyber domains into a collaborative environment that provides shared situational awareness of the battlespace and the ability to rapidly plan responses to threats.
There are 15 work packages available for EOI and close on 31 July 2022, including data integration, environmental services, active and passive sensors, training/LVC, integrated logistics support and more. Lodge your EOI here or contact Dusko Bajic on +61 417 323 636 or via email to discuss this opportunity.
Lockheed Martin Future Space and Communications Programs in ANZ – closing Nov 2023
Lockheed Martin Australia, Space business area is taking a ‘whole of business’ portfolio approach to potential Australian industry companies, offering a longer-term pipeline for potential partners that can deliver world class Australian capabilities and demonstrate value-for-money. This is a long-term project and is valued at $100m-$6b.
There are many general EOI submissions and work packages covering everything from space vehicles, payloads, launch services and ground station and system activities, to SATCOM management systems, system engineering, ICT and training. Check out all of the opportunities on the project’s ICN Gateway page. Contact Ian Hudson on +61 2 9927 3100 or via email to discuss these opportunities.
Northrop Grumman Joint Data Network (Multi-Tactical Data Link Network (MTN)) Program – closing Dec 2025
Northrop Grumman Australia is committed to maximising opportunities for Australian industry involvement through the acquisition and sustainment phases of the Joint Data Network Program. The $500m-$1b project is in pre-tender phase and the MTN sub-program comprises several capability elements that will be designed, developed and delivered over the next five to 10 years with follow-on sustainment requirements.
This program seeks to establish a network of multiple tactical data links (TDL), and requires software to manage and monitor the system. Northrop Grumman Australia is conducting a market search for Australian suppliers that can manage, monitor, service and supply Tactical Data Link networks and supporting infrastructure.
EOIs are open for a number of capability elements: Link capability upgrades (Element 3), Inclusion of additional message format (Element 4), Joint Network Integration Centre (Element 5), Future JDN/TDL Capability Development (Element 6) and Joint Data Network Capability Governance (Element 7). Check out the project page to find out more or contact Dusko Bajic on +61 417 323 636 or via email to discuss this opportunity.
BAE Systems Australia Global Access Program
In response to the Australian Government’s Global Supply Chain initiative, BAE Systems Australia established the Global Access Program (GAP) in 2012. GAP is built upon supply and demand principles and focusses on providing export opportunities. BAE Systems’ team engages with program managers and procurement professionals across their global business to identify sources of demand which an Australian company may be able to service. It also engages widely with Australian industry to ensure they have a detailed knowledge of local capability and export ambitions.
In addition to identifying opportunities and providing introductions, BAE Systems’ GAP team also offers companies mentoring and assistance through their supplier training programs. There’s more information on the project here.
BAE Systems Australia is seeking EOIs to supply procurement professional services to the Indirect Procurement Services (IPS) division work package closes on 12 August 2021. Submit your EOI here.
Australia JP9711-1 Core Simulation Capability (CSimC) Australia – Dec 2024
Lockheed Martin Australia’s $250m JP9711 Project presents an opportunity for Australian industry to take part in an exciting and strategically important program to build and maintain an enduring and regionally superior Australian capability with an opportunity to enter export markets. Opportunities for Australian industry will centre on ICT Systems and Services, and Simulation Services.
The Project will provide the services required to deliver a Core Simulation Capability that will provide critical training support to the future force through a significant upgrade and expansion of its simulation capability. Find out more about this opportunity on ICN Gateway or contact Dusko Bajic on +61 417 323 636 or email him to discuss this opportunity.