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$82.5M contract awarded for St Marys Station works

Artists impression of St Marys Metro Station. Image courtesy of the New South Wales Government.

Laing O’Rourke has been awarded an $82.5 million contract to deliver a new footbridge at St Marys Station in Sydney.

The scope comprises a new footbridge and concourse at the eastern end of St Marys Station including five lifts, four escalators and three sets of stairs. The bridge will connect the existing Sydney Trains station to the future Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport line.

The new St Marys metro station will provide easy, efficient and accessible interchange with the existing T1 Western Line. The station will include a new concourse bridge and connect north and south of the station precinct.

Works will also include the construction of new amenities for Sydney Trains station staff, as well as landscaping to create a new entrance to the northern side of the station through to Harris Street.


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Rebecca Hanley, Managing Director – Australia, Laing O’Rourke, said the company has contributed toa number of projects as a trusted partner to the New South Wales Government.

“Our work to build the new Sydney Metro Central Station demonstrates our experience to build successfully in a busy transport hub, minimising customer disruption and delivering improved future customer experiences,” Hanley said.

“We look forward to continuing to work with the New South Wales Government to deliver infrastructure that serves the community.”

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