Construction Boom in Sydney

For the best roles and highest volume of Construction jobs, the most prosperous Australian city at the moment is definitely Sydney. If you’re thinking of making the move to ‘The Lucky Country’, why not back a winner and make it even luckier, by basing yourself in the heart of the boom.

The scale of construction work available in Sydney at the minute is unprecedented, and Oz Labour Solutions is working at the forefront of this industry to help you ‘make hay when the sun shines’!

Previous generations of Irish construction workers filled the roles across Australia in Mining and Regional Locations. Following the downturn in those roles, construction workers are flocking back to Sydney, for the volume of work available, and the amazing lifestyle on offer – the perfect combination!

This construction uplift is providing a demand for labour that the industry is struggling to meet. Experts predict that not only is the biggest housing construction boom in Australia’s history is on the way, but government-backed public spending is growing, with NSW’s capital investment estimated at $73.7 billion over the next four years.

Sydney is being described as a construction ‘boom town’ with this rich breadth of infrastructure project work, and planned spend.

To outline an idea of this scale, below are some current construction projects underway in this booming city, and their investment levels. Oz Labour Solutions will be in the thick of this action so contact us today and get in on the action.

  • Sydney Metro project – $12.5 billion
  • Sydney light rail – $2.2 billion
  • West connex tunnel and motorway project – $20 billion
  • Western metro rail line – $20 billion
  • Parramatta light rail – $3.5 billion
  • Second Sydney harbour tunnel
  • South Connex motorway
  • New international airport at Badgerys Creek
  • Central Station
  • Northwest rail link

Western Sydney Airport announcement by Federal Government

Biggest transport project in Australia to begin

Largest investment in roads infrastructure in the history of Australia