With big infrastructure projects, we rise to the challenge
Lend Lease has delivered a range of significant infrastructure projects across Australia, the UK, Europe and the Middle East. We work across a diverse range of sectors, constructing everything from hospitals, schools and airports to roads, bridges and power stations. We’re also strong infrastructure partners, with experience in alliances, concessions, joint ventures and public private partnerships.
Our experience in this sector is primarily focused in Australia, where our infrastructure expertise is delivered through three experienced, specialist businesses. Abigroup is responsible for our water infrastructure projects, including the Adelaide Desalination Plant. Baulderstone, one of Australia’s top three marine contractors, brings its expertise to our marine infrastructure projects, including the expansion of Sydney’s Port Botany. Lend Lease's infrastructure services business was behind a number of major power infrastructure projects, such as the gas-fired Uranquinty Power Station. Abigroup and Baulderstone are experienced in delivering Australia’s roads and bridges, including landmark projects such as the M7 motorway and Anzac Bridge.
Whether building roads and bridges or marine, energy or water treatment plants, we bring a collaborative approach to large projects. We forge strong relationships with our clients and work closely with all parties to manage complex, large-scale projects.
Baulderstone was head contractor for the construction of the $80 million Anzac (Glebe Island) Bridge, a prominent Sydney landmark and an architectural gateway to the area around Rozelle Bay. The bridge was designed to include clearance for tall ships, safe road gradients and easy connection with the Western Distributor and City West Link. It is the largest cast-in-situ concrete, cable-stayed structure in Australia and amongst the world’s widest cable-stayed bridges with a cast-in-situ concrete deck. Baulderstone delivered the Glebe Island Arterial 15 months earlier than the client’s deadline. The project won the 1996 Engineering Excellence Award for Project Development Infrastructure, as well as the inaugural Australian Construction Achievement Award in 1996. Learn more