Latest Projects in New South Wales
Millions of dollars of NSW projects and work packages, covering varied industries, such as Construction, Manufacturing, Defence, Renewable Energy, Health, etc. are listed on ICN Gateway for suppliers to review and submit their expression of interests.
A list of projects ICN NSW is currently engaged in or monitoring. Please click on the project name to access the project page for more information.
The Pitt Street Integrated Station Development (PSISD) forms part of the NSW Government's Sydney Metro City & Southwest project.
BAE Systems have been selected as the preferred tenderer for the SEA 5000 Future Frigate Program. This program is now know as the Hunter Class Frigate Program.
The project will involve underground excavation and tunneling works between Tantangara and Talbingo dams to depths of up to one kilometre. There will be surface works in several locations including intake-outlet structures at Talbingo and Tantangara dams, surge shafts and tunnel portal sites.
WestConnex is part of an integrated transport plan to keep Sydney moving – easing congestion, creating jobs and connecting communities. The new motorway will provide crucial support for Sydney's long-term economic and population growth.
Systems Connect is an unincorporated Joint Venture between CIMIC Group companies, CPB Contractors and UGL.The Joint Venture has been contracted to design and construct the Line-wide works to convert the excavated tunnel into a working railway for Sydney Metro City & Southwest.This will help deliver the new world-class Sydney Metro, expanding the city’s new metro railway into the CBD and beyond to Bankstown.
UPC/AC through the EPC Contractor, Green Light Contractors, is constructing stage one of a 720megawatt (MW) solar farm across two separate solar fields near Uralla in the New England region ofNSW. The project will convert energy from solar radiation into electrical energy to be fed into theelectricity grid. Rows of solar photovoltaic (PV) Panels will be installed on a single axis tracking systemthat follows the path of the sun.
Australias Future Submarines are being designed and built under a program that includes two prime contracts, one with DCNS as the Platform System Integrator and one with Lockheed Martin Australia as the Combat System Integrator (CSI) under the Future Submarine Combat System (FSM CS) Program. A major role for the CSI is ensuring that best-of-breed products from all available suppliers, especially those in Australia, are identified and assessed for inclusion in program.
In response to the Australian Government’s Global Supply Chain initiative, BAE Systems Australia established the Global Access Program (GAP) in 2012. Through their team embedded across their international business units, GAP creates export opportunities for Australian companies within the supply chain of BAE Systems group and partner organisations.
The acquisition of 12 Future Submarines, announced in the 2016 Defence White Paper has commenced.