New Sydney Fish Market
Project at a glance
Senior Consultant | Sydney and Sydney Surrounds
Established in Australia in 1962, Multiplex have delivered over 1000 projects around the world, with a combined value in excess of US$80 billion. We are known for our collaborative approach and maintaining a shared focus on our clients' goals. Our global workforce shares knowledge and applies international best practice across all projects. We are backed by the financial stability and global relationships of our parent company, Brookfield Asset Management. With more than 4,000 people globally, we have a mobile workforce that collaborates to share knowledge and apply world's best practice across our projects. Operating in 23 cities across four continents, our workbook includes some of the most iconic construction projects in the world. Our growth has been controlled and focused, targeting clients, cities and projects that complement our construction expertise and vision for outperformance.
Further information about Multiplex can be found here.
The new Sydney Fish Market (nSFM) will be purpose-built to expand and improve the functions of the existing Sydney Fish Market, which is the largest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere. The new facility will be located within an improved public domain at the head of Blackwattle Bay, adjacent to the existing market, and provide linkages to surrounding areas and public transport.
In essence, the nSFM development comprises a 4 story structure, surrounded by several external precincts. These precincts include new foreshore promenades, wharves, outdoor dining areas, integrated public domain spaces, and road upgrade works to Bridge Road.
The building itself will house a range of retail premises, wholesale facilities, auction rooms, offices and commercial space, the Sydney Seafood School, and various back-of-house facilities including car, truck, and coach parking spaces. The nSFM will be supported by state of the art back-of-house plant and recycling/waste management facilities.
Throughout the course of the project, the existing Sydney Fish Market must continue to operate and trade without disruption. Due consideration will also need to be given to the various stakeholder and environmental sensitivities, as well as the significant authority interface and approvals requirements.
How to register an Expression of Interest (EOI)
- Work packages currently available to submit an EOI for are listed in the 'Work Packages' tab above. Refer to the 'EOI User Guide' below for instructions and assistance to submit an EOI.
- To submit an initial EOI for the work packages, companies must have an ICN Gateway company profile. Information on how to register your company on ICN Gateway is detailed below.
ICN Gateway Company Registration
- Clickhereto register your company profile on ICN Gateway.
- Support and assistance are available through the document 'Creating an ICN Gateway company profile' below.
- Your company summary and company description are used to assess your ability to complete projects when you lodge an EOI - Please ensure that your company invests the time and energy required to represent your company in the most effective manner possible.