Delivery Partners

The Canberra Metro consortium  have a proven track record of transport construction and operation both within  Australia and overseas.

Canberra Metro Consortium:

  • Pacific  Partnerships;
  • CPB Contractors;
  • John Holland;
  • Mitsubishi  Corporation;
  • Aberdeen  Infrastructure Investment;
  • Deutsche Bahn  International; and
  • CAF

John Holland and CPB  are Australia’s leading engineering and contracting services providers to the  transport, social infrastructure, energy, resources, industrial, water,  wastewater, and marine sectors.

  • Operating across Australia, New Zealand and South East  Asia, the company has been delivering high performance engineering and  construction solutions for more than 65 years and 80 years respectively.
  • Within the rail sector John Holland has a proven ability  to offer end-to-end transport services solutions across Australia and overseas,  and is built on unrivalled expertise in the provision of multi-disciplinary  projects.
  • From the demands of heavy rail construction and  maintenance to the detailed planning required for urban light rail upgrades,  our turnkey service offering encompasses design, construction, integration  logistics, operations. and maintenance, most often in live operating  environments
  • Jointly, JH and CPB have delivered the lions’ share of  construction projects across the ACT.  
  • Parliament House, Portrait Gallery, HQ JOC, Bulk Water  Alliance
  • CPB and JH together, have delivered Australia’s largest  infrastructure projects:
    • North West Rail Link PPP  - $8.3 b
    • Regional Rail Link - $4.3  B
    • Airport Link - $3.5 B
  • Light Rail projects:
    • Inner West Light Rail Extension – Sydney (JH)
    • Vermont Trams Extension – Melbourne (JH)
    • Operations of the entire tram network in Melbourne during  the 1990s (JH)
    • Coast to Coast light rail – Adelaide (CPB / Thiess)

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