“CPB Contractors’ market-leading capabilities in major sports and social infrastructure strongly position us to deliver a world class, vibrant and socially-inclusive facility for the City of Sydney and local communities,” CIMIC Group Chief Executive Office Michael Wright said.
“Our team has both the local and international expertise and project experience to deliver significant value for our client.
“Our flexible, multipurpose design will ensure that Gunyama is able to host a variety of activities, welcome locals and visitors from across Sydney, and remain adaptable to the city’s future growth requirements and sustainability expectations,” CPB Contractors Managing Director Juan Santamaria said.
Construction on the new Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre is set to commence this year, with completion expected by late 2019.
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