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Status Changed   20 Sep
part of M1 Pacific Motorway - Extension to Raymond Terrace

The proposed Pacific Highway M1 Extension to Raymond Terrace would link the M1 to the Pacific Motorway. The project will be delivered through the two packes:

  • Black Hill to Tomago Package (Southern Package), and
  • Heatherbrae Bypass Package (Northern Package).

The Black Hill to Tomago Package includes:

  • a 10-kilometre dual carriageway motorway link between the M1 Motorway at Beresfield and Tomago
  • major interchanges at Black Hill, Tarro and Tomago, and
  • construction of nine bridges including a Viaduct approximately 2.6 kilometres long across the Hunter River and floodplain.
STATUS: Under Procurement
Status Changed   20 Sep
part of M1 Pacific Motorway - Extension to Raymond Terrace

The proposed Pacific Highway M1 Extension to Raymond Terrace would link the M1 to the Pacific Motorway. The project will be delivered through the two packes:

  • Black Hill to Tomago Package (Southern Package), and
  • Heatherbrae Bypass Package (Northern Package).

The Heatherbrae Bypass Package includes:

  • a five-kilometre dual carriageway motorway link between Tomago and the Pacific Highway at Raymond Terrace
  • an interchange at Raymond Terrace, and
  • construction of three bridges, including a bridge over the M1 mainline at Masonite Road, a bridge over Windeyers Creek and a bridge over the Motorway for the off ramp at Raymond Terrace.
STATUS: Under Procurement
Status Changed   20 Sep

The proposed Pacific Highway M1 Extension to Raymond Terrace would link the M1 to the Pacific Motorway. The project will be delivered through the two packes:

  • Black Hill to Tomago Package (Southern Package), and
  • Heatherbrae Bypass Package (Northern Package).

The current proposed extension design includes:

  • 15 kilometres of dual carriageway motorway bypassing Hexham and Heatherbrae
  • a total of 12 bridges, including a 2.6-kilometere bridge over Woodlands Close, the Main Northern Railway, New England Highway and Hunter River and
  • four major interchanges at Black Hill, Tarro, Tomago and Raymond Terrace.
STATUS: Under Procurement
Status Changed   17 Sep

VicRoads forms part of the Victorian Department of Transport, and is wholly owned by the state government. 

As part of its functions, VicRoads oversees motor vehicle registrations and licences in Victoria. Motor vehicle registrations raised $1.8 billion in revenue for the Victorian Government in FY2020-21.

The Victorian Government has announced it will seek to establish Joint Venture commercialisation model for VicRoads. The transaction will cover VicRoads registration, licensing, and custom plates services, with the government retaining control of pricing, road access and safety. Under the model, the Joint Venture Partner will be required to make investments to improve the IT systems and enhance customer experience.

It is understood the Joint Venture will be a time-limited concession, with the state retaining a material ownership position.

STATUS: Under Procurement
Status Changed   17 Sep
part of Western Sydney Airport

Airside Civil and Pavement Works package comprises the construction of:

  • a 3,700-metre runway
  • access and exit taxiways and four rapid exit taxiways (RET) pavements
  • parallel taxiway pavements and aircraft isolation pad
  • engine run-up bay
  • aeronautical ground lighting (AGL) for CAT IIIB operations
  • perimeter roads and airside roads,and
  • security fencing, including civil works provisioning for services such as CCTV, lighting, communications and power.

At the stage of procurement commencement, the package did not include terminal apron, apron roads, aviation fuel distribution, rescue and firefighting facilites or navigational aids.


 

STATUS: Awarded
Status Changed   17 Sep

The NSW Government is building a new Powerhouse Museum on the bank of the Parramatta River, including seven large exhibition spaces, transport connections, as well as education, community, retail, residential, and green space components.

The scope of the main works package for the New Powerhouse Museum includes: 

  • construction of the new museum, including public presentation spaces, front and back-of-house spaces, education and community spaces, co-working and staff office spaces, residential and retail spaces
  • maintenance of the existing vehicular access easement via Dirrabarri Lane
  • construction of a new vehicular access point to Wilde Avenue for loading, and
  • removal of Oyster Lane and termination of George Khattar Lane.

The project is classified as a State Significant Development. Infrastructure NSW is leading procurement.

In 2015, the NSW Government initially announced that this project would relocate the existing Powerhouse Museum in Ultimo, with the sale of the old site to partly fund the new facility. 

In July 2020, the NSW Government reversed this decision and announced that the existing facility would be retained and continue to operate in addition to the Parramatta facility. The current Powerhouse Museum site in Ultimo will continue to host an arts and cultural precinct, including a new design and fashion museum and a Broadway-style lyric theatre. The final business case for the Ultimo site has not yet been completed.

The 2021-22 NSW Budget reported combined funding contributions for both the New Powerhouse Museum and the expansion of the Museum Discovery Centre in Castle Hill. It is unclear at this point whether these projects will be delivered together.

STATUS: Awarded
Project Updated   14 Sep
part of Melbourne Airport Rail

The Maribyrnong River Bridge Package of the Melbourne Airport Rail (MAR) comprises the delivery of a new elevated twin-track rail crossing to the west of existing Albion Viaduct, comprising:

  • a north approach structure, approximately 48 metres in length
  • a new Maribyrnong River Viaduct, approximately 456 metres in length and 50 metres above ground level at its highest point
  • a new South Approach Structure, approximately 48 metres in length
  • associated earthworks
  • drainage work
  • lineside fencing, and
  • maintenance access.
STATUS: Under Procurement
Status Changed   13 Sep
part of North East Link

The proposed North East Link project will connect the Metropolitan ring road (M80) and Eastern Freeway (M3) completing a ring road around Melbourne which includes the Monash Freeway (M1).

As part of the project there will be upgrades to the M3 and M80, which will be delivered through Secondary Packages.

The North Package – one of the two secondary packages – will upgrade the M80 Ring Road between Plenty Road and the Greensborough bypass to Somers Avenue. It's scope includes:

  • a new interchange at Greensborough bypass
  • a new interchange at Grimshaw Street
  • maintaining toll-free northbound and southbound access between Watsonia, Elder Street and Grimshaw Street
  • reconfiguring the Watsonia precinct
  • civil infrastructure, noise walls and urban design features, and
  • new and upgraded cycling infrastructure.
STATUS: Under Procurement

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