Darwin Ship Lift - Clough BMD JV

The Clough-BMD Joint Venture (CBJV), along with our lead design partner WGA, have been successfully shortlisted for the Darwin Ship lift project.  As such, the CBJV is excited to be participating in such a significant project in the Northern Territory. 

Clough is an engineering and construction company that brings over 100 years’ of Australian experience to the project along with being the only contractor who has successfully completed two recent major EPC marine projects in the Territory

BMD has been committed to providing legacies to the communities in which we operate, through our vast portfolio of civil construction projects, since establishing the company in the Northern Territory in 1997. In the Top End we always work in partnership with local businesses who embody our values to achieve long-lasting benefits for the region.

The CBJV brings a wealth of genuine local and recent experience and both BMD and Clough are committed to maximising opportunities for both Indigenous and local businesses on this Project.

CBJV are seeking expressions of interest from any parties wishing to contribute to the project. 

Please register your interest to participate in this significant project for the Northern Territory.

The Code for the Tendering and Performance of Building Work 2016 (“Building Code”) will be applicable to the project. 

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Project at a glance

NT Australia (Onshore)
Request for Proposal

Contact Details

Clough Tenders
+61 8 9281 9281

Work Package
Full Scope EOI
Partial Scope EOI
Accordian collapse


AccordianPlus Any Opportunities
Create EOICloses: 30 Jun 2022
Note: The closing date/s for expressions of interest are subject to change.

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