Transport Minister Brownlee shortlists consortia for Transmission Gully

Mon, 15 Apr 2013

April 15 (BusinessDesk) - Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee has short-listed two groups to build the Transmission Gully road north of Wellington in a public-private partnership, with a goal to open the alternative route out of the capital city in 2020. The government will choose from a consortium led by ASX-listed Leighton Contractors, called the Wellington Gateway Partnership, and the Positive Connection, led by UK-based public sector infrastructure investor John Laing to build the 27 kilometre highway, Brownlee said in a statement. New Zea...

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