M6 Stage 1 Project
Project at a glance
Senior Consultant | Sydney and Sydney Surrounds
CPB Contractors, Ghella & UGL Engineering joint venture ('CGU JV') has been awarded the contract for the design and construction of the M6 Stage 1 project ('Project'). The Project is a key part of the delivery of 'Future Transport 2056', the NSW Government's 40 year vision and strategy for transport outcomes in NSW. The outcomes of 'Future Transport 2056' include the development of a safe, efficient and reliable transport system for people and for freight.
The M6 Stage 1 will link the M8 Motorway at Arncliffe to President Avenue at Kogarah, via twin four kilometre tunnels.
The Project works will include:
tunnelling works for the mainline tunnels and cross passages;
construction of ramps and tunnel dive structures between the main motorway tunnels and the surface intersection at President Avenue;
the construction of tunnel stubs for a future connection south to extend the M6 motorway;
surface works to support the new motorway, including upgrades to President Avenue, adjustments to local roads in the vicinity of the Project area, and associated utility and drainage adjustments, pavement, roadside infrastructure and landscaping;
the design and construction of infrastructure to support the new motorway, including permanent power supply, new services utilities, ventilation structures and equipment; and
the construction of new shared cyclist and pedestrian pathways.
The Project works will be required to meet the technical requirements for the Project, which include all applicable Transport for New South Wales ('TfNSW') / Roads and Maritime Services ('RMS') requirements (including TfNSW / RMS specifications), Australian Standards and other Project-specific requirements.
Key goods and services requirements from Transport for NSW are also listed at the below link:
The Project is currently in execution phase, with the Project expected to be complete in late 2025.
Registration of Interest and Tendering
All tendering for the Project will be carried out via CGU JV's procurement portal 'Felix'.
Following registration of expressions of interest, CGU JV will review submissions to assess your ability to complete the works to the required standards and within the time required by CGU JV. Shortlisted companies will then be sent invitations to tender via Felix.
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 t