Visionstream and Fulton Hogan have won what nbn says are the last of the design and construction contracts for the Multi Technology Mix roll-out.
The contracts cover work on bringing the NBN to some 450,000 new development premises and the construction of 150,000 fibre links which will join the local NBN network back to the fibre transit network. The transit network is owned by Telstra and leased by nbn.
Both companies already have contracts for work on the NBN project. Visionstream has worked on the project from the early days of the first release sites in Tasmania and has had ongoing involvement ever since.
Fulton Hogan was one of the six companies named by nbn in July this year as Delivery Partners for the HFC upgrade.
Prior to that it was one of the five companies awarded five year contracts in 2015 to work on the Fibre to the Node (FTTN) and Fibre to the Basement (FTTB) components of the roll-out.