The Suburban Roads Upgrade (SRU) Program will transform Melbourne’s outer suburban arterial road network and address the gap in infrastructure investment generated by rapid land use change. The first stage of the SRU Program – the Western Roads Upgrade achieved financial close in December and is currently in delivery.
The next stages of the SRU Program are the South Eastern Roads Upgrade and the Northern Roads Upgrade packages, to be delivered as availability PPP projects building on the success of the Western Roads Upgrade.
The South Eastern Roads Upgrade will transform the arterial road network in the south eastern suburbs by boosting capacity and significantly improving road pavement conditions and network infrastructure.
The South Eastern Roads Upgrade will deliver a combination of duplications and upgrade works on six south eastern arterial roads, including:
- Golf Links Road, from Peninsula Link to Baxter-Tooradin Road, and Grant Road, from Baxter-Tooradin Road to Frankston-Flinders Road, Langwarrin South;
- Healesville – Koo Wee Rup Road, from Princes Freeway to Manks Road, Pakenham South;
- Hallam North Road, from Heatherton Road to James Cook Drive, Endeavour Hills;
- Lathams Road, from Oliphant Way to Frankston-Dandenong Road, Seaford;
- Narre Warren – Cranbourne Road, from Thompsons Road to the South Gippsland Highway, Cranbourne; and
- Pound Road West, with a new bridge over Cranbourne rail line to connect to Remington Drive, Dandenong South.
The road upgrades will be combined with rehabilitation and maintenance for the arterial road network across the south eastern‑suburbs for a contract term of 20 years, ensuring the arterial road network is maintained to a high standard.
Construction is expected to begin from 2020 with completion targeted by around 2025.
Connecting Melbourne is a consortium comprising Capella Capital, Lendlease Services, BMD Constructions and Decmil. Connecting Melbourne is one of three consortia shortlisted for the opportunity to tender for the Northern and South Eastern Roads Upgrade Projects. During the bid phase of the project, Connecting Melbourne is seeking to engage with local suppliers/subcontractors who are well-resourced, understands delivery in the local context, brings strong local relationships, and addresses the Victorian Government's objectives of local industry involvement and development.
Connecting Melbourne is committed to providing full, fair and reasonable opportunity for capable local industry to participate across its supply chain opportunities and encourages local suppliers to register Expressions of Interest on the work packages listed below.
Local Industry Participation Opportunity – ‘Meet Connecting Melbourne’
Connecting Melbourne, together with ICN, are committed to providing full, fair and reasonable opportunity for capable local industry to participate across its supply chain opportunities and reflect the project teams’ commitment to both local and social industry participation.
ICN along with Connecting Melbourne will be running an event on Thursday 23 May 2019. Come along to this free event to meet the Connecting Melbourne team to find out about their requirements for local projects and understand how they are building supply chain capability.
Date: Thursday 23 May 2019
Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Venue: Federation University (Berwick Campus)
Large Lecture Theatre Building 903
100 Clyde Road, Berwick VIC 3806
>> CLICK HERE << to register for the event.
Registration will open at 3:45pm with the first presentation starting at 4:00pm.
Important notes about event registration:
- Event registration closes when maximum capacity is reached or by Monday 20 May 2019 at 5:00pm (whichever is sooner).
- Please ensure you reserve your place by registering through the event registration web link provided above. Sending an Expression of Interest on the work packages listed below does not constitute registration for the event.
HOW TO REGISTER AN EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)
- Work Packages currently available to submit an EOI for are listed below.
- To submit an initial EOI for the Work Packages listed, companies must have an ICN Gateway company profile. Information on how to register your company on ICN Gateway is detailed below.
- Connecting Melbourne will be provided with your detailed company profile outlining capabilities to supply into the project. It will then be the responsibility of Connecting Melbourne to make direct contact with your company.
- The services, programmes and initiatives provided by ICN Victoria are aimed at complimenting a company's existing Sales, Marketing and Business Development strategy and any EOI submitted should not be considered as an alternative to these activities.
ICN GATEWAY COMPANY REGISTRATION
- Click here to register your company profile on ICN Gateway.
- Support and assistance are available through the web links listed below.
- An ICN Gateway company profile that accurately and effectively summarises your company is critical to using the services of the ICN network - please ensure that your company invests the time and energy required to represent your company in the most effective manner possible.
- Companies should ensure that the email notification functionality within their ICN Gateway company profile is activated to include an appropriate level of coverage to Major Projects and Regional Opportunities.