$1.2B Infrastructure deal paves way for communities to prosper
The Palaszczuk Government, together with Logan City Council and nine key developers…
11 April 2019
Construction on Queensland’s $5.4 billion Cross River Rail Project, will begin later this year with the Queensland Government announcing the companies selected to build Queensland’s biggest infrastructure project.
Following an extensive evaluation process, the project’s $2.7 billion tunnels will be delivered by Spanish-owned company CIMIC – which also includes Pacific Partnerships, CPB Contractors, UGL, BAM, Ghella and DIF.
The $750 million rail, integration and systems alliance contract was won by the UNITY Alliance which brings together CPB Contractors, UGL, AECOM and Jacobs, and partners HASSEL, RCS Australia, Acmena, Martinus Rail and Wired Overhead Solutions.
The final $634 million contract was awarded to Hitachi rail who will be delivering the European train control system
Site presence is expected to be established by late 2019.
Marble are proud to be partnering with CPB as a preferred supplier