The Egis and Fulton Hogan joint venture Fulton Hogan Egis O&M has been awarded the contract to provide operation and maintenance services for the Sydney’s WestConnex Stage 3. FHEOM will now service all sections of Australia’s largest road infrastructure project. WestConnex Stage 3 comprises of the M4-M5 Link and the Rozelle Interchange. The M4-M5 Link Tunnels will be 7.5km tunnels linking the M4 at Haberfield with the M8 at St Peters. The Rozelle Interchange connects the M4-M5 Link to the Anzac and Iron Cove bridges, and the future Western Harbour Tunnel and Beaches Link. The Rozelle Interchange is being built almost entirely underground, freeing up space for a new 10ha regional park.When complete in 2023, WestConnex will provide motorists with a continuous, 33km traffic-light free motorway network, with connections for future projects linking the north shore and northern beaches, Sydney Airport and the southern suburbs.The contract award for Stage 3 follows the achievement of several critical milestones, including the successful services commencement on Stages 1 and 2: WestConnex M4, consisting of the 5.5 km M4 Tunnels (2019) and the M4 Widening project (2017) M5 East, a 10 km motorway including two 4 km tunnels and a smaller 550 metre tunnel (2020) WestConnex M8, 9km of twin tunnel and open motorway interchange and ramps (2020).WestConnex is Australia’s largest road infrastructure project and is a critical part of a broader plan to get Sydney, and Australia, moving again. Along with the NSW Government’s record investment in public transport infrastructure, WestConnex is easing congestion, creating tens of thousands of jobs, and connecting communities.