Engineering and construction company Clough – in alliance with Acciona, WSP and Main Roads Western Australia – has been awarded the contract to deliver phase two of the Stephenson Avenue extension project, north of Perth CBD in Western Australia valued at approx. $191 million.

The scope of works involves the extension of Stephenson Avenue to Cedric Street, including a new Mitchell Freeway Interchange and upgrades to the Stirling Bus Interchange. The project will connect key activity hubs, including Westfield Innaloo Shopping Centre and the Osborne Park industrial area.

Peter Bennett, Clough CEO and Managing Director said: “Clough’s relationship with Main Roads goes back over 60 years and I’m pleased to see with this award that we continue to work together to deliver a safe and efficient key transport infrastructure that connects, builds and grows our city.”  

John Galvin Executive Vice President Australia and Asia Pacific said: “This project will improve access to the Stirling City Centre, support future light rail in the area and reduce congestion, it will also bring opportunities to local talent and businesses.”

The project will commence towards end of 2021 and will run for the next 2 years.

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About Clough

Clough is a pioneering engineering and construction company established in 1919. Clough delivers challenging high performing assets for the infrastructure, resources, and energy industries underpinned by a dedication to problem solving and getting the job done safely and efficiently. Today, Clough manages a global workforce of over 2000 people from operating centres across Australia Asia Pacific, UK, and North America that strive for the best in everything, setting new safety and performance benchmarks every single day.

Clough is a wholly owned subsidiary of Murray & Roberts, a multinational group that focuses its expertise on delivering sustainable and fit-for-purpose project engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning, operations and maintenance solutions. The Group delivers its capabilities into the resources, industrial, energy, water and specialised infrastructure sectors.