Construction is expected to begin on Western Australia’s new hybrid renewable energy project later in 2019, with the Federal Government granting approval to the development through the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation (EPBC) Act.
East Brisbane is also set to benefit from a number of congestion-busting road upgrades, with a $33 million investment from the Australian Government. This is in addition to the $80 million invested towards road project in Brisbane’s north.
Preliminary planning works are ramping up on the massive Melbourne Airport Rail Link project in Victoria, taking the project one step closer to major development activities such as completion of the detailed Business Case.
The multi-billion dollar Snowy Hydro expansion - more commonly known as Snowy 2.0 - is moving forward with a number of contractors appointed to deliver various works on the project following an 18-month competitive tender process.
Motorists travelling across Brisbane’s north will soon experience less congestion and quicker travel times with an $80 million investment to fund congestion busting projects across the region.
Following the announcement of the Mineral Lease grant from the State Government, Core Lithium Ltd has awarded three major contracts for works at its wholly-owned Finniss Lithium Project near Darwin in the Northern Territory.
Following the award of the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract in October 2018, Decmil has commenced major construction on Maoneng Australia’s 255MW Sunraysia Solar Farm in New South Wales.