Australia

Sydney’s new M4 East Motorway will include a 5.5 km twin tunnel

CIMIC Group’s company, Leighton Contractors, has been selected by WestConnex Delivery Authority (WDA) to design and construct Sydney’s M4 East Motorway, in a joint venture with John Holland and Samsung C&T. The contract is worth approximately 2.7 billion Australian dollars.

The 33 km WestConnex motorway, Australia’s largest transport infrastructure project, will link Sydney’s west and south-west with the city, airport and port. It is being constructed in three stages and will be progressively opened, with final completion scheduled for 2023.

The M4 East Motorway is part of the first stage of...

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