Monday, 15 November 2010

Moorebank. Advisors appointed for project

The Department of Finance and Deregulation, which is responsible for the controversial $490 million, 83-hectare Moorebank intermodal terminal project, has appointed advisers to assist with a feasibility study into the project being conducted by the Moorebank Project Office. The advisers include global professional services firm KPMG, engineering firm Parsons Brinckerhoff, advisory group SAHA International and legal firm Blake Dawson. Communications firms Kreab Gavin Anderson and GA Research were commissioned to conduct the community consultation portion of the study. Jodie Brough, a consultant from Kreab Gavin Anderson, said the feasibility study would consider a range of factors including financial, commercial and technical considerations.



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