A hugely successful second half of the year has seen Citywide grow its operations and client base at an unprecedented rate.
Parks & Gardens Wind-fall
Following a rigorous interview process, the Cardinia Shire recently awarded Citywide a $15M six-year ‘open-spaces’ contract with a three year option to extend, for the maintenance of its parks, gardens and trees.
Located on the south-east fringe of Melbourne with an area of around 1,280 square kilometres, Cardinia Shire is not only one of the fastest growing municipalities in Australia; it is also one of the largest.
The contract will see Citywide provide its maintenance services to a region over 900 hectares in size. This will encompass the Shire’s parks, gardens and bush land reserves, as well as tree maintenance in the regions of Pakenham, Beaconsfield and leafy Emerald.
VicRoads Selects Citywide
After many months of anxious waiting, Citywide Infrastructure Division was awarded two major Routine Road Maintenance Contracts with VicRoads.
With a combined whole of life contract value in excess of $19 million, both contracts are for an initial period of three years with 2 x 2 year options, potentially becoming seven year contracts.
The first (which is a successful tender re-win), is for the provision of routine maintenance of roads, drainage, roadside areas and vegetation control on various state owned roads throughout the municipalities of Campaspe, Gannawarra, Loddon and Greater Bendigo.
The other, will see Citywide extend its maintenance services to various roads within the municipalities of Buloke, Swan Hill and Loddon.
Prior to this win, Citywide held three VicRoads contracts. Coupled with these new additions, the organisation now provides road maintenance services across Metro Melbourne and Victoria, from Colac and Apollo Bay in the west, Swan Hill in the north and Mallacoota in the east.