Western Sydney is forecast to experience rapid population growth in coming years, spurred by the Western Sydney International Airport and a large investment in housing, job-creating industries, transport projects and other infrastructure.
Sydney Water is working closely with customers, the community and government partners to establish new water, wastewater and recycled water services for the West while supporting the NSW economy and the productivity, liveability and sustainability of the Western Parkland City.
The AWRC and Pipelines scope of works will provide an essential wastewater service for the Western Sydney Aerotropolis and South West Growth Area. It will also be an important element in maintaining water within the catchment.
Sydney Water is seeking a consortium of a designer and constructor to deliver the Pipelines scope of works for the AWRC by June 2025. The consortium will develop a long-term view of the AWRC Plant, Pipelines and the overall site to enable growth and the management of interfaces to support future expansion and realisation of the circular economy.
As such we are now looking to notify the market of the release of the Upper South Creek, Advanced Water Recycling Centre (AWRC) Pipelines Package - Expression of Interest (EOI). Responses to the Pipelines Package EOI are due Friday 24th September 2021 at 14:00 AEST.
Sydney Water will provide the market with an EOI briefing (online), on Wednesday 8th September (time to be confirmed), which interested participants are requested to register for (details in EOI documentation).
This EOI is for the second works package associated with the Upper South Creek Project and covers the Pipelines scope of works. The Pipelines scope of works incorporates the Design & Construction of the Treated Water Pipeline (East) and the Brine Pipeline (West). The first works package associated with the Upper South Creek Project covers the AWRC Plant and is subject to a separate EOI.
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