SNC-Lavalin, HKA and Infrastructure Nation have been appointed as the Integration and Delivery Partner for the Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport project.
As part of the six-year contract, the partners will support Sydney Metro’s in-house resources to undertake project integration and delivery of multiple mandates for the driverless railway, which includes six new stations linking residential areas with job hubs.
The 23-kilometre rail line will be the transport spine for Greater Western Sydney, connecting communities, businesses and travellers with the new Western Sydney International Airport and the growing region.
SNC-Lavalin President and CEO Ian L. Edwards said the company commends Sydney Metro for being a catalyst for the industry by revolutionising rail travel in Australia.
“SNC-Lavalin is fully committed to supporting governments, like Australia’s, as they press forward with infrastructure investments that develop sustainable communities and long-term economic growth,” he said.
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SNC-Lavalin President for Middle East and Asia Steve Morriss said the Australian market is an important growth area for SNC-Lavalin.
“As we begin rapid mobilisation of this project, we will leverage our global expertise and leading-edge project management services that help increase the predictability of infrastructure delivery, as well as whole life value.”