Works have begun to upgrade the existing Women’s and Children’s Hospital (WCH) in Adelaide, with Mossop Construction + Interiors commencing upgrade works on the operating theatres as well as relocation of some office spaces.
Three dangerous and congested level crossings in Chelsea, Victoria are being fast-tracked to be removed to help reduce disruptions on the Frankston Line as well as improve traffic flow in the south east.
The $103 million Bruce Highway - Saltwater Creek Upgrade project in Queensland is progressing towards construction with the beginning of design works.
Works to duplicate the 2.43-kilometre section of Western Australia’s Great Eastern Highway between Anzac Drive and Gatacre Drive in the Kalgoorlie-Boulder regions has commenced, with Highway Construction Pty Ltd delivering the upgrade with a $15.8 million contract award.
The South Australian Government has given the green light to the development of another large-scale renewable energy project. The $650 million Bungama project is a 280MW solar plus 140MW battery storage development near Port Pirie.
Tenders and Expressions of Interest (EOIs) have been released for three key regional road projects - with a total value of more than $300 million - that will continue building regional South Australia.
Construction is now underway on the $80 million Sumners Road interchange upgrade in Queensland, which will remove the old bridge and replace it with two new bridges with a total of six lanes.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries and its Melbourne-based subsidiary Hydrogen Engineering Australia announced that construction has commenced on a hydrogen liquefaction and loading terminal as part of the $500 million Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain (HESC) pilot project at the Port of Hastings, Victoria.
Approximately $195 million in funding will be allocated by the Australian Government towards the delivery of Townsville’s Haughton Pipeline Duplication Project Stage 2, delivering on its commitment to help deliver this vital project.
Works are progressing on two new northbound bridges across Mudgeeraba Creek on the M1 Pacific Motorway in Queensland, with the installation of 400 new bridge decks now underway.
Regis Resources is progressing towards the development of the McPhillamys Gold Project in New South Wales, with the submission of the project’s state significant development application (SSDA) and environmental impact statement (EIS) to the State Department of Planning and Industry (DPI).
The South Australian Government has approved the development of Canadian company Hydrostor’s $30 million advanced compressed air energy storage (A-CAES) facility near Strathalbyn at the Angas Zinc Mine.
Genex Energy has marked a new major milestone on the Kidston Pumped Storage Hydro project (K2-Hydro) in North Queensland, with the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) approving a $610 million concessional loan for the delivery of the project.
In behalf of Adaman Resources, SMS Innovative Mining has awarded a $33 million five-year contract to Mitchell Services for drill and blast services at the Kirkalocka Gold Project located approximately 75 kilometres south of Mount Magnet in Western Australia’s mid-West region.
A joint venture between Georgiou Group and Brady Marine and Civil has been awarded a $74 million contract for wharf construction as part of the first stage of the Garden Island (East) Critical Infrastructure Recovery Project (CIRP) in Sydney, New South Wales.
Expressions of Interest (EOIs) is now open for submission for New South Wales’ Sydney Gateway project - a new alternative route to Sydney Airport’s domestic and international terminals from the Sydney motorway network at St Peters Interchange.
CS Energy’s $90 million Kogan Creek Power Station overhaul in Queensland is set to bring in a significant boost in jobs and to the local economy, with up to 400 contractors anticipated to work on site.
The South Australian Government has given the green light to the development of EPS Energy’s $1.17 billion solar farm and storage project located approximately 5 kilometres north-east of Robertstown and 115 kilometres north-east of Adelaide.
More intersection upgrades as part of Victoria’s $20 million Calder Highway - Bendigo to Mildura Upgrade will soon begin construction to improve freight efficiency on Sunraysia’s road network.
Contractors are now being invited to submit their interest to tender for the $24.9 million Osborne Park Hospital expansion in Western Australia, progressing the project towards the next stage of the development. The first artist impression for the project has also been released to the public.
Construction is now underway on the Atlas Gas Pipeline Project located about 20 kilometres south-west of Wandoan in Queensland. This project is being delivered Jemena and Senex Energy together with construction partners Valmec and Spiecapag.
The $58 million contract to deliver the Keep River Road upgrade in the Northern Territory has been awarded to local contractor Exact Contracting Pty Ltd, progressing the project towards the beginning of construction.
The tender for the delivery of South Australia’s $20 million Golden Grove Road upgrade has been released to market, taking the project one step closer towards the beginning of construction.
A new major milestone that will take South Australia’s $354.3 million North-South Corridor from Regency Road to Pym Street even closer to beginning construction has been reached, with the announcement of a preferred builder.
Western Australia’s $93 million Leach Highway and Welshpool Road interchange upgrade project is progressing well towards construction, with planning works and consultation now underway.
The Victorian Government is gearing up to remove the dangerous and congested level crossing at Glenroy Road in Glenroy, with the announcement of the project design as planning progresses.
The three-phase Stephenson Avenue extension project in Western Australia has marked a new major milestone, with the State Government and the City of Stirling signing a Statement of Intent that will progress the first phase of the project into construction.
The Armadale Access Alliance - a joint venture between Laing O’Rourke and BG&E - has been awarded a $134 million contract for the delivery of the Armadale Road to North Lake Road Bridge, taking the project one step closer to construction.
Infrastructure Australia (IA) has given the green light to the development of billions worth of Bruce Highway and M1 Pacific Motorway upgrades in Queensland. These projects have been included in the Infrastructure Priority List as Priority Projects for the State.
Dredging works has commenced to deepen the Trinity Inlet in Queensland as part of the $127 million Cairns Shipping Development - a project that will deliver vital upgrades to the Port of Cairns.
Construction on a new interchange at Roe Highway and Kalamunda Road in Western Australia is one step closer to beginning as the contract to design and build the project - valued at $51 million - has been awarded to Georgiou Group following a competitive tender process last year.
A new milestone has been reached on Queensland’s $5.4 billion Cross River Rail project, with the construction contract officially signed with the PULSE consortium - comprised of CIMIC Group companies Pacific Partnerships, CPB Contractors and UGL together with international partners DIF, BAM and Ghella.