Maragle Switching Station and Transmission Line – packages closing in Sep and Oct
This newly listed $90 million UGL and TransGrid project involves a high voltage separable portion transmission and switching station in the Riverina region, approximately 500 km south west of Sydney. The scope of the work includes design, supply, construct manage, test and commissioning of a new 330kV switching station, OPGW/OHEW upgrade cut into existing Line 64, and 10km of two new double circuit 330kV transmission lines.
There are six new work packages available for this project:
- Bulk Earthworks, including drainage and reestablishment (30 Sep)
- Concrete Supply (30 Sep)
- Marshalling Boxes (30 Sep)
- Site Clearing – Switching Station (13 Oct)
- Supervision of Bulk Earthworks (13 Oct), and
- Supply of Steel – Strengthening Works (13 Oct).
Find out more about the project and submit your EOI on ICN Gateway. If you want to know more about this opportunity, contact Geoff Reardon, ICN NSW’s Regional Manager – South, on +61 402 632 027 or via email.
EnergyConnect – SecureEnergy JV – packages closing in September
SecureEnergy, a Joint Venture between Clough and Elecnor, is looking to award eight work packages for the EnergyConnect project in September:
- Charter Bus and Coach Services (12 Sep)
- Clearing and Grubbing (30 Sep)
- Earthmoving Plant and Equipment – Wet and Dry Hire (30 Sep)
- General Cranage (30 Sep)
- Haulage and Trucks (30 Sep)
- Installation of fencing (30 Sep)
- Substation Steel Structures (30 Sep), and
- General expression of Interest all capabilities (30 Sep).
TransGrid (electricity transmission operator in New South Wales (NSW)) and ElectraNet (electricity distributor in South Australia (SA) are currently progressing planning approvals and associated activities for the construction and operation of a new electrical interconnector and network support options between NSW and SA.
Project EnergyConnect covers the SA/NSW border to Buronga and involves the construction and operation of new high voltage (HV) electricity transmission lines between the NSW-SA border at Chowilla and Buronga; and the expansion of the existing substation facilities at Buronga NSW.
Sydney Gateway – Stages 1 & 3 – 10 packages closing in Oct, Nov & Dec
There are 10 work packages available for Transport for NSW’s $2.6b Sydney Gateway mega project over the next few months.
John Holland Seymour Whyte Joint Venture was awarded the design and construction contract and is looking for Australian suppliers for:
- Concrete pumping (10 Oct)
- Supply and install – shotcrete and soil nails (1 Nov)
- Excavation and installation of drainage and backfill (30 Nov)
- Piling works for bored, CFA and/or screw piles (5 Dec)
- Place and finish concrete (31 Dec)
- Form Reo Pour (Concrete structures) – Formwork, steel fixing, concrete place and finish (31 Dec)
- Installation of formwork (31 Dec)
- Steel fixing (31 Dec)
- Supply of electrical pits, street lights and other electrical materials (31 Dec), and
- Supply of formwork (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 or to discuss the project, contact Thuy Ho or call her on 02 9927 3100.
The 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. Early works started in late 2020 and construction will start this year.
Sydney Metro City & Southwest – Barangaroo Station – closing in Oct and Nov
BESIX Watpac, an Australian engineering-led multi-disciplinary contractor, is delivering Sydney Metro’s stunning new Barangaroo Station in the heart of Sydney’s CBD. Barangaroo Station is about 25m below ground level, servicing Sydney’s newest business hub.
The construction for this project includes the underground station platforms, full fit-out and station entrance, as well as road and public domain works, including footpaths, cycling facilities, tree planting, lighting and street furniture.
The following work packages are currently available:
- Cement rendering to various areas throughout the station fitout (by 1 Oct)
- Stainless steel/Aluminium glazed handrails and balustrades (1 Oct)
- Miscellaneous metal work supply & installation (1 Oct)
- Supply and installation of advertising panels throughout the station fitout (30 Nov)
- Supply and installation of ceramic tiling throughout the station fitout (30 Nov)
- Supply and installation of paving to external areas (30 Nov)
- Supply and installation of terrazzo throughout the station fitout (30 Nov), and
- Supply & installation of miscellaneous Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment items throughout the station fitout (30 Nov).
Sydney Metro City & Southwest – Station Upgrade Works (Marrickville, Canterbury and Lakemba) – packages for 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 required to repurpose Marrickville, Canterbury and Lakemba Train Stations to suit the new Metro Southwest services.
The current work packages cover possession and non-possession work and include supply and install of all wayfinding signage for station and precinct, concrete FRP work, metro service building works, and civil works (non-possession works on council and RMS roads).
Sydney Metro City & Southwest (C&SW) 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.
It is due to open in 2024 with ultimate capacity to run a metro train every two minutes each way through the centre of Sydney.
Cabramatta Loop Project – 6 packages in Oct and Nov
Fulton Hogan is the contractor for ARTC’s $80 million project to introduce a 1.65km long passing loop between existing Glenfield and Leightonfield Passing Loops. Major construction is scheduled to commence in mid 2022 and the project is expected to be open to traffic late 2024. This is part of the wider Port Botany Rail Duplication project.
The work packages that are available are:
- Soil testing and analysis
- Sydney Water Works (contestable)
- Haulage and Transport
- Vortok fencing
- Sawcutting, and
- Endeavour Energy Street Lighting (non-contestable).
Botany Rail Duplication – long lead project
This $190 million John Holland project aims to provide the capacity to meet predicted growth in the containerised freight task and support rail services between Port Botany and metropolitan freight intermodal terminals. This is also part of the wider Port Botany Rail Duplication project.
There are many different work packages available covering crane hire, demolition works, dilapidation survey, geotechnical investigations, ground testing, labour hire and more. Visit the project page on ICN Gateway or email Thuy Ho or call her on +61 2 9927 3100 to find out more.
New England Solar Farm – 2 packages in 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 of the project 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 two work packages closing on 30 September: food truck services and the supply and install of all furniture and fixtures for O&M and Warehouse Buildings.
New Sydney Fish Market – digital signage
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 is currently a Digital Signage work package available, which is closing on 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 on +61 2 9927 3100 or via email.
BAE Systems Australia Supplier Portal – STEM education
BAE Systems Australia’s Global Access Program (GAP) creates export opportunities for Australian companies within the supply chain of BAE Systems group and partner organisations.
The company is looking to partner with community-based group(s) to lift diversity and inclusion in STEM education on a national scale – submit your EOI by 24 September to be considered. Visit the project’s ICN Gateway page to find out more and to submit an EOI.