Tunnel Network Services

Incident Response and Maintenance contract for the Brisbane tunnel network

Date: 3-Aug-2017
Duration: 6 years plus 2 x 1 year options for extension
Client: Transurban Queensland
Concession company: Transurban Queensland

Project overview

The Legacy Way asset owner, Transurban Queensland (TQ), integrated Legacy Way in a new contractual arrangement to integrate maintenance and incident response services across their Queensland tunnel network. This contract was awarded to Egis subsidiary Tunnel Network Services (TNS) in May, 2017. 

TNS will successively take over the services from the incumbent service providers between 2017 and 2019. The final network under this contract has a total length of around 24km including 15.5km of tunnels and comprises Legacy Way, Go Between Bridge, Airportlink, Inner City Bypass and Clem7, and will employ more than 100 full time staff, who will be dedicated to delivering services across the network 24/7/365.

Our missions

TNS delivers integrated services in line with TQ's holistic approach to operations and maintenance. Network-wide operations and maintenance will drive enhanced outcomes, achieve synergies and deliver high quality services to the tunnel network users through faster response times and a clear focus on safe lane availability.