Sydney Metro is Australia’s biggest public transport project. The Sydney Metro Northwest line, Stage 1 of Sydney Metro, opened to customers on 26 May 2019. The project includes eight new railway stations, 4,000 commuter car parking spaces and the upgrade and conversion of five existing Sydney railway stations to metro standards.

Northwest Rapid Transit (NRT) designed and delivered Sydney’s new generation metro trains; built the new stations and car parks; and installed tracks, signalling, mechanical and electrical systems. NRT is also upgraded and converted the railway between Epping to Chatswood to metro standards. NRT combines the experience of the world’s number one commercial mass transit operator with Australia’s most experienced railway contractors.


Hong Kong’s MTR Corporation has over 27,000 employees and carries eight million passengers daily on mass transit networks around the world. This includes London’s overground rail services in partnership with Arriva.

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John Holland is one of Australia’s leading rail contractors, with a proven record of delivering rail infrastructure projects throughout Australia and internationally. The company has recently completed the South West Rail Link and is the current maintainer of NSW’s Country Regional Network.

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CPB Contractors is one of Australia’s most recognised and successful infrastructure companies. The company has extensive experience in passenger rail project delivery, including construction, commissioning and maintenance. CPB Contractors completed the Kingsgrove to Revesby Alliance.

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UGL is an Australian services company that has delivered 10 of the last 12 tunnel systems in Australia. The company is Australia’s largest supplier of outsourced asset management and rolling stock maintenance services and a long-term maintenance provider to MTR in Hong Kong.

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Australia’s Plenary Group is a leading independent developer, manager and long-term investor of public infrastructure with projects worth more than $32 billion across Australia, Canada and the US. It delivers projects that embrace finance, design and construction, complementary commercial development, asset management and operations.

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