Honeywell wins contract to provide critical systems to Sydney Metro West

Honeywell, a connected buildings firm, has signed a contract worth over $180 million with Sydney Metro West to provide critical systems. Sydney Metro West is a 24km metro line with stations confirmed at Westmead, Parramatta, Sydney Olympic Park, North Strathfield, Burwood North, Five Dock, The Bays, Pyrmont and Hunter Street in the Sydney CBD.

What will Honeywell bring to the project?

The Honeywell agreement includes the design, supply, installation, testing, commissioning and maintenance of Building Management Control Systems, CCTV, Public Address, Fire Detection, and Passenger Information Display Systems. Honeywell’s support arrangements for stations and lines will support uptime and availability for years to come, providing travellers with confidence in the delivery, ongoing maintenance, and asset management of the systems.

Honeywell will also deliver the system’s framework and the associated technologies that help deliver operational efficiency, resilience, safety and passenger experience, reducing interface risk, improving customer and network outcomes, and enhancing value for money.

What does this mean for Honeywell?

Commenting on the contract, Tom Bain, General Manager APAC, Honeywell, said, “Honeywell is providing crucial components to Sydney Metro West. The systems will provide standardised equipment for operation and maintenance and a consistent customer experience.”

Honeywell will offer a system secured with operational technology cybersecurity framework that enables easy operations and full visibility into facility operations across building management, security systems and fire and life safety. Honeywell has delivered total asset management and public private partnership projects in Australia for over 30 years, supporting commercial buildings, healthcare, critical infrastructure, justice and corrections projects.