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Fulton Hogan Egis awarded 30 year M6 Motorway contract

Fulton Hogan Egis has been a 30 year contract to carry out asset management works for the M6 Stage 1 Motorway in New South Wales.

Fulton Hogan Egis has been awarded a 30 year contract to carry out asset management works for the M6 Stage 1 Motorway in New South Wales.

The M6 Motorway program of works is a proposed multi-lane road link that aims to give better connections to Sydney’s south. It will be delivered in three stages. It will also remove more than 2000 trucks a day from surface roads, and help return local streets to local communities.

It will deliver a missing link from Sydney’s south to the wider Sydney motorway network making journeys easier, faster and safer.

As part of the 30-year contract, Fulton Hogan Egis will manage all aspects of the M6 Stage 1 Motorway, which will consist of twin road tunnels, approximately four kilometres in length, linking the M8 Motorway at Arncliffe to President Avenue in Kogarah.


 

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The project will also include stub tunnels for the proposed connection to a future southern stage of the M6 Extension, an upgrade of the President Avenue and Princes Highway intersections, secondary infrastructure and operational facilities and pedestrian and cycle pathways.

Glenn Johnston, Fulton Hogan General Manager of Asset Management said the project team was proud to be given the responsibility of managing the asset.

“This project is about more than building roads; it’s about connecting people with their family, workplace and day-to-day lives which aligns with Fulton Hogan’s vision of creating, connecting and caring for communities. The M6 represents a significant investment in the future of Sydney’s transportation infrastructure,” Johnston said.

The project budget is $3.1 billion, and will open to traffic late 2025.

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