The circa $7.2 billion M4-M5 Link will connect the extended M4 Motorway at Haberfield with the New M5 in St Peters. The Rozelle Interchange (Stage 3B) is one of two projects included in the delivery of the M4-M5 Link.
The Rozelle Interchange (Stage 3B) will be delivered under a design and construct contract. The interchange will be built largely underground at the disused Rozelle Rail Yards and include:
- north-south tunnels connecting Victoria Road, the proposed Western Harbour -Tunnel and the New M5 at St Peters
- north-south tunnels connecting the main tunnels to City West Link
- east-west tunnels connecting Haberfield and the ANZAC Bridge
- Iron Cove Link connecting Victoria Road to the ANZAC Bridge, and
- tunnel stubs and ramps that will connect to the proposed Western Harbour Tunnel and Beaches Link.
Once the project is operational, it will be referred to as extensions of the M4 and M8 motorways.
|Pre-Registrations of Interest Open
|Sale of Westconnex
|Transport for NSW
|JCL Joint Venture (John Holland, CPB Contractors and Lendlease) and SCS Joint Venture (Salini Impregilo, Clough Projects and Samsung C&T).
|John Holland and CPB Contractors Joint Venture
Lendlease pulled out of the former JCL Joint Venture in October 2018.
The Rozelle Interchange will be delivered under a lump sum Design and Construct (D&C) contract.
|The concept design for Stage Three was released by the NSW Government for community feedback.
|Sydney Motorway Corporation (SMC) announced that the M4-M5 Link will be delivered as two separate packages of works - the Main Tunnel Works (Stage 3A) and Rozelle Interchange (Stage 3B).
|Sydney Motorway Corporation called for Registrations of Interest (ROIs), closing in early July.
|Sydney Motorway Corporation called for Expressions of Interest (EOIs) in July 2017, closing in September 2017. However, only one bid was received, which was rejected by the Government.
|After receiving one bid, procurement for the project was handed over from Sydney Motorway Corporation (SMC) to Roads and Maritime Services (RMS). Pre-Registration of Interest opened on 10 January, with RMS inviting contractors to pre-register their interest to participate in the Collaborative Contractor Client (CCC) procurement process for the design and construction of the Rozelle Interchange.
|RMS called for ROIs, closing on 22 March.
|The NSW Planning and Environment Department approved planning of the M4-M5 Link.
|NSW Government announced that the JCL Joint Venture (John Holland, CPB Contractors and Lendlease) and SCS Joint Venture (Salini Impregilo, Clough Projects and Samsung C&T) have been shortlisted for the next stage of the bidding process to build the WestConnex Rozelle Interchange.
|The NSW Government confirmed that it would sell a 51 per cent stake in Sydney Motorway Corporation, announcing that Sydney Transport Partners (STP) were the preferred bidder. STP is a consortia comprising Transurban, AustralianSuper, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), and Tawreed Investments. Contractual close was reached in September 2018.
|The Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) subsequently released for public exhibition
|The NSW Government announced the John Holland, CPB Contractors joint venture had been selected to deliver the project. Lendlease pulled out of the former JCL Joint Venture in October.
|The NSW Government announced tunneling works on the Rozelle Interchange has been completed.
|The NSW Government announced that the project would be referred to as extensions of the M4 and M8 motorways once it is operational.
|The Rozelle Interchange project reached construction completion and commenced operations.