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The Government of Queensland in Australia has selected companies to build the A$5.4bn ($3.84bn) Cross River Rail Project in Brisbane.
Overall, the project involves building a 10.2km rail line between Dutton Park and Bowen Hills. It includes construction of a 5.9km twin tunnel under the Brisbane River and CBD, four new underground stations, and rehabilitation of existing stations.
The government has awarded the Tunnel, Stations and Development (TSD) public-private partnership work package to PULSE consortium.
This consortium is led by CIMIC Group companies, Pacific Partnerships, CPB Contractors and UGL.
International companies DIF, BAM and Ghella are also part of the consortium.
This article first appeared on www.railway-technology.com
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