The Georgiou Group has secured a contract to deliver the $94 million Moorebank Logistics Park West project for Qube in NSW.
The project is set to become Australia’s largest freight infrastructure project and will link Port Botany directly to rail terminals and warehousing on a 243 hectare site.
The contract’s scope of work includes delivering all civil and infrastructure works required for the Moorebank Logistics Park West project, including clearing, bulk earthworks, earth retaining structures, access roads and stormwater and drainage.
Georgiou Group Chief Executive Officer Rob Monaci said the project award is indicative of the company’s growth on the east coast and national capability.
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“Having delivered large freight terminal projects across Western Australia and Queensland, our experienced team looks forward to building on this capability in New South Wales,” he said.
“Qube is a new client for Georgiou Group so this project will allow us to not only demonstrate our expertise but build on our reputation of being the best people to work with.”
The project will see 60 personnel engaged at its peak, with works having already begun. The project is set for completion in April 2021.