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Underground Civil Solutions Wins $A900,000 Port Botany CCTV Contract

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Underground Civil Solutions has won a $A912,088.98 contract to supply a CCTV and cabling contract for TfNSW at Port Botany in Sydney.

The Port Botany CCTV install works will consist of 2 portions. The first involves the installation of foundations and support structures for CCTV camera masts in the road reserve in the suburbs of Port Botany, Banksmeadow, and Pagewood.

The second portion is for underbore and cabling works for provision of underground cable pathways and installation of fibre to new CCTV cameras in the Port Botany area and along the Port Botany rail line.

Port Botany is a key piece of infrastructure that lies at the heart of Sydney’s business operations – the facility supports 25,000 jobs and includes on-dock freight rail at every container terminal, as well as incorporating direct fuel lines to Sydney Airport. The site has recently undergone an $1 billion upgrade to wharf and terminal facilities, as well as a $120 million upgrade to its integrated rail network.

Underground Civil Solutions was established in 2010 in Sydney and specialises in horizontal directional drilling and civil construction of new network builds and upgrades for utilities markets, including power, gas and water. Major projects have been completed for Optus, AARNet, Pipe Networks and many more.

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