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23 January 2017

Sydney Yard Access Bridge

Laing O’Rourke has been awarded the contract to deliver the Sydney Yard Access Bridge project, the first early and enabling works package of the NSW Government’s Sydney Metro City and Southwest project.

Sydney Metro Train

The contract will see Laing O’Rourke responsible for the design and construction of a bridge for controlled heavy vehicle access from Regent Street into the Sydney Yard at Central Station to facilitate the construction of the Sydney Metro works.

Laing O’Rourke’s Region Director Mark Dimmock said he was excited by the opportunity to work on this significant project.

“Laing O’Rourke has a long and proud history of delivering major metropolitan rail projects around the world, including here in Sydney,” Mr Dimmock said.

“The contract has been signed with Transport for NSW, making our role official and signalling the start of work on the design phase of the project.

“Sydney Metro can rely on Laing O’Rourke to bring certainty and achieve outstanding outcomes throughout the delivery of this complex project.”

Laing O’Rourke is currently delivering a number of major infrastructure projects across the rail network in NSW including:

  • Wickham Transport Interchange in Newcastle
  • Novo Rail Alliance (a large infrastructure upgrade program to the Sydney rail network); and
  • Easy Access Station Upgrades (Penrith, Flemington, Wentworth Falls and Heathcote)
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