The Western Australian Government is inviting local companies to the METRONET rail construction briefing, held 13 September at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The briefing is aimed at large and small business in railway and associated industries to help familiarise them with the $2.3 billion project involving the construction of the Thornlie and Yanchep rail extensions.
It will cover off the project’s land use strategies, priorities, timeframes and likely scopes of work to help contractors in preparing future bids.
A previous briefing was held in July for engineering and design firms regarding the public transport project’s construction.
“This briefing will enable local businesses to get a better understanding of METRONET and how they can be part of our public transport plan for Perth’s future,” said Western Australian Transport Minister Rita Saffioti.
“I would encourage companies, large or small, to send a representative to learn more about the projects before the tendering process begins.”
Interested businesses must register via Tenders WA