Cimic Group company CPB Contractors, as part of a joint venture, has been selected by the NSW Government to deliver the western section of the M12 Motorway.
The contract, funded by the Australian and New South Wales governments, will generate revenue of approximately $245 million for CPB Contractors. The joint venture is made up of CPB Contractors and the Georgiou Group.
The M12 Motorway will provide direct access to the new Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport and connect the airport to Sydney’s motorway network.
Cimic Group Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Juan Santamaria said: “This is an exciting time for Western Sydney and CPB Contractors is applying its expertise on projects across the region. We are very pleased to have another opportunity to deliver an important part of the infrastructure required to support the new airport.”
CPB Contractors Managing Director Jason Spears said: “CPB Contractors will ensure that this project creates opportunities for local suppliers and sub-contractors. Our teams are experienced in safely delivering major road projects in Sydney and will deliver this road according to schedule, ensuring it is available before the Western Sydney International Airport opens.”
The M12 is an east-west motorway, running between the M7 Motorway at Cecil Hills and The Northern Road at Luddenham, and is being delivered in three sections. The western section package involves the construction of 6.1 kilometres of motorway including 11 bridges.
Work will commence this year and is scheduled to be completed in late 2025.
Source: Hochtief AG
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