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Posted on 04/05/2020
The Liberal NSW Government are predicted to be opening tender applications for the M6 Stage 1 Project in the imminent future – the estimated cost over $2.5 billion.
The infrastructure project nicknamed the ‘missing link’, aims to facilitate travel to Sydney’s south by connecting existing roadways.
The new road will allow vehicles and motorists to bypass over 20 sets of traffic lights on the infamous Princess Highway, as well as taking over 2000 heavy vehicles a day off surface level roads.
A large scale $20 million upgrade of recreational facilities at local parks in Rockdale and Brighton-le-sands will also start in mid-2020.
The state government has invited successful applicants from a 2019 expressions of interest campaign to design and construct the M6 Stage 1 Project to put forth their tender.
These companies are:
- Acciona-Samsung Joint Venture (comprising Acciona Construction Australia and Samsung C&T Corporation)
- Gamuda-BMD Joint Venture (comprising Gamuda Berhad t/as Gamuda (Australia) Branch and B.M.D. Constructions)
- CPB–Ghella Joint Venture (comprising CPB Contractors and Ghella)
Andrew Constance, minister for roads in NSW estimated the projects would create a total of 5,300 new jobs, a crucial employment stimulus amongst the uncertainty attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We know many workers, contractors and sub-contractors are doing it tough during this challenging period, and the start of works on the M6 Stage 1 will be a major boost for the construction industry,” Mr Constance said.
“In NSW there are almost 400,000 people employed in property and construction, and we are committed to keeping as many of them in work as possible.
“The construction of the M6 Stage 1 will create thousands of new jobs and support families across Sydney”
Local jobs and the community will also be supported through the investment into the revitalisation of local recreation areas to the value of $20 million.
“We’ve now received final approval from Bayside Council to start work on upgrades to Ador Park and McCarthy Reserve at Rockdale and Brighton Memorial Playing Fields at Brighton-Le-Sands, which is great news for our community,” Mr Constance said.
“The new recreational facilities at Rockdale and Brighton-Le-Sands will include the creation of new grass and synthetic playing fields, amenities buildings, more car parking spaces, and a new skate park and play areas.”
Early stage construction is set to commence mid-2020 and conclude by the end of 2021, well before all the large-scale work commences on the motorway.
Andrew Constance is urging as many construction companies as possible to put forth their tender as it may provide their workers with the chance of receiving an income during these trying times.
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