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Four international teams vie for Melbourne’s East West Link

6 Sep 13 Four consortia featuring major international contractors have submitted expressions of interest for the first stage of the East West Link in Melbourne, Australia.

A shortlist will be determined in the coming months.

The Linking Melbourne Authority is leading the cross-city scheme. The expressions of interest will be evaluated on six criteria, including design, innovation, construction capability and experience; operations, maintenance capability and experience; stakeholder engagement; financing capacity and capability and commercial structure. The request for tenders to design, construct and operate the 18km scheme is expected to be issued by the end of October this year.

The teams are:

East West Connect

  •     Capella Capital as agent for Capella Capital partnership
  •     Lend Lease Engineering
  •     Acciona Infrastructure Australia
  •     Bouygues Travaux Publics
  •     Lend Lease Services
  •     Lend Lease Infrastructure Investments
  •     Bouygues Construction Australia

Inner Link Group

  •     Cintra Infraestructuras
  •     Retail Employees Superannuation, acting as Trustee for Retail Employees Superannuation Trust
  •     Samsung C&T Corporation
  •     Ferrovial Agroman (Australia)
  •     Ghella
  •     Transfield Services (Australia)
  •     Macquarie Capital (Australia)

Momentum Infrastructure

  •     John Holland
  •     Dragados Australia
  •     Leighton Contractors
  •     Iridium Concesiones de Infraestructuras
  •     The Bank of Tokyo – Mitsubishi UFJ


  •     Salini
  •     Salini Australia
  •     Impregilo
  •     Hyundai Engineering and Construction
  •     Egis Road Operation Australia
  •     Egis Investment Partners
  •     InfraLinx Capital (Germany)
  •     Aquasia

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