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Seymour Whyte JV wins pipeline project 

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Central Coast Council has awarded the contract for the construction of a major pipeline in New South Wales to VINCI Group joint venture partners Spiecapag Australia and Seymour Whyte. 

The nine-kilometre pipeline, which will run from the Mardi Water Treatment Plant to Sparks Road at Warnervale, is one of the region’s most significant projects. It will boost supply to the Central Coast’s rapidly growing northern suburbs. 

Seymour Whyte Southern General Manager Steve Lambert said the project will be the first to be delivered solely by a VINCI-companies joint venture.

“We look forward to working collaboratively with Central Coast Council to deliver this essential piece of infrastructure for the Central Coast,” he said.

“This award reflects the combined strength of our VINCI companies and recognises our capabilities in delivering sustainable and complex infrastructure projects.

“We look forward to working collaboratively with Central Coast Council to deliver this essential piece of infrastructure for the Central Coast.”

Spiecapag Managing Director John Walsh said the contract was a great opportunity to demonstrate how the capability of the VINCI Construction group.

“We look forward to successfully delivering this project for Central Coast Council, and to working alongside our sister company, Seymour Whyte.”

Construction of the pipeline will begin in March. 

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