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Tenders awarded to revitalise Alice Springs CBD

Three major tenders have been awarded as part of the Northern Territory Government’s $20 million Alice Springs Revitalisation program.

Four main works packages have been tendered separately, with expected construction to be complete in 2022. The projects will support more than 70 local jobs during the construction phase.

The first round of early works packages for the CBD Revitalisation included two new Wayfinding routes, with works completed in August 2020. A second early works package has already seen several LED luminaires in the CBD and along Barrett Drive and was completed in March 2021.

Aussie Mandias won the contract to Supply, Deliver, Install and Commissioning of Lighting and CCTV Upgrades tender for $1.9 million. Works will include the installation of additional CCTVs in priority locations which will be connected to the Police CCTV network.

This package will deliver priority elements of the Lighting Masterplan, which were developed during the design stage.

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McMahon Services Australia (NT) has been awarded the Construction of Shade Structures, Landscaping, Roadworks and Associated Works tender for $6 million, with shading and greening of Gregory Terrace, Bath Street and Hartley Street the focus for this project.

Landscaping design has been strategically designed without reducing current available car parks within the CBD. Construction is scheduled for completion in 2022.

Ant Galactic won the Construction of a Shade Structure River Activation Space and Associated Works tender for $780,000.

“Now more than ever we are delivering projects that will create jobs and long-term growth,” NT Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics Minister Eva Lawler said.

“The CBD Revitalisation project will turn the centre of Alice Springs into a greener, safer, cooler and more modern place.

“This is an important economic rebound project that will create jobs and ensures the long-term growth and liveability of Alice Springs.”

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