Decmil preferred proponent for $175M Albany Ring Road major project

The Western Australian Government has named the Decmil Group Limited as preferred proponent to build the $175M Albany Ring Road project.

Construction is scheduled to commence in September, and run through to 2023, with the contract set to be completed in two phases.

The first phase is for the construction of a new interchange at Albany Highway and Menang Drive; construction of the section of the Ring Road south to Lancaster Road; and design of Phase Two.

The second phase construction will begin once environmental approvals hav been granted and will extend the Albany Ring Road from Lancaster Road to Princess Royal Drive.

The project is being funded by the Federal and Western Australian Governments.

Decmil CEO Dickie Dique said Decmil is pleased to be selected as the preferred proponent in a critical piece of infrastructure for Western Australia’s south-west.

“It represents the strong pipeline of work that is currently available in the infrastructure sector, and our focus is now on signing the final contract and executing its delivery to provide value for both our shareholders and taxpayers.”

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