Sydney Civil Secures Tender for George Street North Pedestrianisation
24 Jan, 2024

Sydney Civil has been awarded the George Street, North Pedestrianisation project by City of Sydney Council. This project represents a great achievement for Sydney Civil, highlighting its expertise, experience and commitment to urban development and public space improvement.

The George Street revitalisation project stands as a testament to Sydney Civil’s capability in handling large-scale complex projects. The project, located in a vital area of Sydney, encompasses a broad scope of work that promises to transform the urban landscape significantly.

The project involves paving work, the expansion of footpaths to enhance pedestrian accessibility, the installation of LED smartpole lighting, the creation of inviting open spaces, the addition of contemporary street furniture, and extensive landscaping. These elements collectively aim to rejuvenate George Street, making it a model for urban development.

Sydney Civil is collaborating with AECOM, a global leader in design and engineering, to deliver this project. This partnership combines Sydney Civil’s construction expertise with AECOM’s innovative design approach, ensuring a project that is not only aesthetically pleasing but also functionally robust.

Adrian Mourad, the CEO of Sydney Civil, “The transformation of George Street is a pivotal project for us, reflecting our dedication to enhancing public spaces and urban life. We are committed to delivering a project that not only fulfills but surpasses the City of Sydney Council’s and community’s expectations.”

This project is expected to significantly enhance the urban experience for the community, offering improved pedestrian spaces, enhanced safety, and aesthetic appeal.

With an anticipated completion in the first half of 2025, the George Street project is set to become a benchmark in urban redevelopment. This endeavor not only marks a significant milestone for Sydney Civil but also paves the way for future projects that will continue to shape the urban landscapes of cities.

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