Downer EDI and the Logan City Council will work together over the next five years on a $520 million contract to plan, design and deliver water and wastewater infrastructure for the region.
The full scope of work includes infrastructure planning, community consultation and approvals, business case development, and design, construction and commissioning of water and wastewater assets.
Downer Chief Executive Officer Grant Fenn said the company was very pleased to be extending its relationship with the council.
“This contract strengthens our position as a market leader in delivering complete water lifecycle solutions,” Fenn said.
The contract will commence in January 2020 and has provisions for two extensions of two years each.
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Downer has a long standing relationship with the Logan City Council dating back to the Logan Water Alliance, which delivered $302 million of infrastructure from 2009 to 2014.
It also worked on the Logan Water Infrastructure Alliance which is delivering around $435 million of infrastructure between 2014 and 2020.
This contract replaces the Logan Water Infrastructure Alliance and will continue to be delivered in collaboration with a fully integrated LCC team and sub-alliance partners WSP and Cardno.
Roads and Water Infrastructure Acting Director Daryl Ross congratulated Downer on being awarded the contract.