CPB Downer JV has been selected by the NSW Government to deliver the Warringah Freeway Upgrade project.
The Warringah Freeway upgrade is key to a city-shaping network of roads that will reduce congestion in Sydney, as population and transport demand grows. The project will improve traffic flow, simplify the complex road corridor, and create better connections.
The project includes:
- Upgrading four kilometres of the Warringah Freeway between North Sydney and Naremburn
- Improving interchanges with Falcon Street, including a new northbound on ramp at High Street
- Improved public transport links, with a continuous southbound bus lane from Miller Street to the Sydney Harbour Bridge
- Around 2.5 kilometres of new and upgraded cycleways and pedestrian paths, integrated with public transport networks.
- Construction will commence in 2022 and is expected to take approximately five years to complete, subject to the detailed design and construction program.
Working with us
Thank you for your interest in working with us. Having an industry-leading supply chain and procurement network is one of our core commitments to our clients and partners.
If you are a potential supplier that wish to have goods or services evaluated for the Warringah Freeway Upgrade project, please register your interest here.
Procurement Packages for Warringah Freeway Upgrade
- The below list is an estimate of potential packages, for reference only, for the project
- Supplier's wishing to submit Expressions of Interest (EOI) are to upload their capability statement and areas of interest in the Project into this portal
- Date(s) indicated below may change and they are only for information purposes.
- CPB Downer JV will screen and pre-qualify suppliers based on local industry requirements / specialisation and capability to perform work as required
- Suppliers must review the status of the package before submitting their EOI. EOI will only be considered when the package status is ‘Not started’. Once the package moves to the ‘Tender’ or ‘Awarded’ phase, no more suppliers will be considered.
- Registration on this portal does not mean you will be shortlisted for any packages.
- Register your interest here
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Expression of interest
How to express interest
CPB Downer JV has used a centralised system called Felix for supplier pre-qualification and to issue Requests for Quotation (RFQs) to provide goods and services to our projects.
Registration on this portal does not mean you will be shortlisted for any packages.
Following a review of your information, you may be considered to complete a pre-qualification process as part of the evaluation of your expression of interest.
If you have any issues relating to registration, please email:
Register your interest
If you have any issues relating to registration, please email: WFU.email@example.com.
For enquiries and general feedback that relate to the Warringah Freeway Upgrade you can contact us on:
- Phone: 1800 931 189
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
IT support, for issues such as logging in or downloading documents, is provided by our Data Room supplier Spatial Media. For technical issues in using this Data Room please lodge an IT support request with Spatial Media.
Welcome to the Warringah Freeway Upgrade EIS map
Explore our interactive map to see the project alignment and key information about the proposed design and construction of the project.
Please note: This interactive map contains information from the Western Harbour Tunnel and Warringah Freeway UpgradeEnvironmental Impact Statement (EIS)which was published in January 2020. Since then, our design and planning for Warringah Freeway Upgrade has continued to progress, including the release of the Submissions Report in September 2020, project approval in January 2021,start of early works activities in March 2021 and the award of the design and construction contract to CPB Contractors and Downer EDIWorks in a joint venture.
Welcome to the Warringah Freeway Upgrade Construction Notifications map
This map displays the current construction activities for the project, and is constantly updated.
Select a hotspot from the map or the left sidebar to review the notification. You can also download the notification and add the work time to your calendar.
Please revisit or bookmark this page for the latest information, sign up for project notifications here.
Welcome to the Warringah Freeway Upgrade portal
This dedicated interactive portal contains the latest information, maps and videos about the Warringah Freeway Upgrade project.
If you are looking for information about the Beaches Link and Gore Hill Freeway Connection or Western Harbour Tunnel, please visit the dedicated project portals:
If you have any complaints or enquiries, please contact us.
At-property noise treatment
We understand noise can be a source of disruption to local communities during the construction and operation of major road projects. To minimise the impact of our project on local residents, we are delivering at-property noise treatment to eligible properties. Noise treatment refers to architectural acoustic measures which aim to improve the sound resistance of properties, such as window and door upgrades.
We have developed a Noise Insulation Program which outlines the criteria and process for delivering noise treatment to affected properties as part of the project.
Providing at-property treatment is a complex process and involves a number of different steps. To learn more, see our fact sheet.
We are starting the process of delivering noise treatment before the project is approved so residents benefit from reduced noise as early as possible.
Warringah Freeway Upgrade Tender Hub - Contact us
Warringah Freeway upgrade Tender Hub - Contact us
We are happy to coordinate virtual tutorials to explain the tools and techniques of the model as required.
Please raise a question in the RFT Data Room should you require any additional support.
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What is an EIS?
The EIS assesses the potential environmental and social impacts of the Warringah Freeway Upgrade during construction and operation. The EIS also includes strategies to avoid, mitigate and manage the potential impacts of the project.
In the EIS, we cover topics such as traffic and transport, air quality, noise and vibration, construction and biodiversity impacts.
The NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) placed the EIS on exhibition from 29 January to 30 March 2020. This closing date was extended from 12 March following feedback from the community. During this time everyone had the opportunity to make submissions on the project. We are now working on a submissions report to respond to the issues raised. This report will be made public. All submissions made to DPIE are available on their website.
Make a submission
Have your say on Warringah Freeway Upgrade
How to make an online submission:
- Visit DPIE’s Major Projects website at planningportal.nsw.gov.au/major-projects
- Create a user account by clicking the ‘Sign In’ icon in the top right of the homepage or under the ‘Services’ tab and then click the ‘Have Your Say’ link
- When you are logged in, find the Warringah Freeway Upgrade project, and click the ‘Make a Submission’ icon.
How to make a hard copy submission:
You can submit a hard copy of your submission. If you want DPIE to delete your personal information before publication, please make this clear at the top of your letter. You need to include:
- your name and address, at the top of the letter only
- the name of the application and application number: SSI_8863
- a statement on whether you support or object to the proposal
- the reasons why you support or object to the proposal
- a declaration of any reportable political donations made in the previous two years.
You can hand deliver your submission to DPIE’s office, located at:
4 Parramatta Square, 12 Darcy Street
Parramatta NSW 2150
You can post your submission to:
Attention: Director, Transport Assessments
Planning & Assessment, Department of Planning
Industry and Environment
Locked Bag 5022
Parramatta NSW 2124
Submissions must be received by DPIE before midnight 30 March 2020.
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Transport for NSW (“we”) are collecting your personal information in connection with public consultation on the Western Harbour Tunnel, Warringah Freeway Upgrade and Beaches Link projects (“the Program”). We will retain and use this information for consultation purposes, including communications and analysis in connection with the Program.
We may share your submission or complaint with another NSW government agency where relevant having regard to the nature of the submission or complaint. Otherwise, except for anonymous information which does not identify you, we will not publish or disclose your personal information to any third parties without your consent unless authorised by law.
Providing your personal information is voluntary but if you do not provide it we may not include you on our stakeholder database and you might miss further consultation opportunities.
Your personal information will be held and managed by Transport for NSW in accordance with the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 and you can contact us to access or correct it. Please email us at email@example.com, write to us at Transport for NSW, Locked Bag 928, North Sydney NSW 2059, or call us on 1800 931 189.
This statement relates to content available on the Transport for NSW Warringah Freeway Upgrade portal (https://caportal.com.au/rms/wfu). This website has been developed with the aim to be available to the widest possible audience, including those using assistive technology or accessibility features.
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