A new milestone has been reached on New South Wales’ $2.4 billion Parramatta Light Rail Stage 1 project as major construction commences at the Westmead Health Precinct, which is one of Australia’s largest health, education and research hubs.
The Victorian Government is getting on with upgrading 16 train stations across the State that will create hundreds of local jobs as well as improve the public transport network that Victorians rely on.
The Queensland Government is investing $200 million through the Building Acceleration Fund and will be working with councils, property developers as well as industry to fast track projects that will unlock development, increase construction activity and support long-term jobs across the State.
Final work contracts are expected to be awarded starting this month for the completion of the $252 million re-railing project between Adelaide and Tarcoola in South Australia – a project that will provide a long-term freight productivity boost as well as create jobs for the State.
The $550.8 million Beerburrum to Nambour Rail Upgrade in the Sunshine Coast is progressing towards construction as tenders for the design and construction of Stage 1 will be released to market next month.
Arafura Rare Earths Pty Ltd – a wholly-owned subsidiary of Arafura Resources Limited – has been granted mineral leases by the Northern Territory Government, paving the way for the development of the Nolans Neodymium-Praseodymium (NdPr) Project.
Ora Banda Mining Limited has awarded GR Engineering Services (GRES) a $10.8 million contract for engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) works on the Davyhurst Gold Processing Plant restart project in Western Australia.
As part of the State’s economic response to the recent pandemic, the Victorian Government is investing $126 million to deliver better freight and passenger rail services in regional Victoria as well as create jobs and boost economic activity.
More works under Tasmanian Liberal Government’s South East Traffic Solution are set to get underway later this year, with tenders now open for submission for the Midway Point Intersection Solution.
Not only is the Queensland Government committed to creating local jobs, it is also committed to delivering quality education facilities for the growing community through a $346 million education package that will include the construction of four new state schools.
The development of a new $1.2 billion commercial tower above the future Victoria Cross Station in North Sydney, New South Wales has been given the green light as part of the third tranche of projects covered by the State Government’s Planning System Acceleration Program.
Several busy intersections across Adelaide are set for congestion-busting and jobs-creating upgrades with the Expressions of Interest (EOIs) for two work packages – with a combined value of $73 million – released to market.
Tenders for the construction of Brisbane’s first diverging diamond interchange at Strathpine has been released to market, taking the $30 million project closer to getting built and creating approximately 65 jobs.
A new Bridgewater river crossing in Tasmania is one step closer to becoming a reality with the release of the approved design requirements for the $576 million new Bridgewater Bridge project – the State’s largest investment in a single transport infrastructure project to date.
A new major milestone has been reached on the $175 million Albany Ring Road in Western Australia as the Western Australian Government names Decmil Group Limited as the preferred contractor to deliver the project.
The $85 million Bussell Highway Duplication project is a step closer to becoming a reality as tenders are now called for the delivery of Stage 1 of the project that will travelling in Western Australia’s south-west region safer and easier.
Adani Australia has awarded another contract for works at its Carmichael Coal Project in Queensland. Mackay-based G&S Engineering – a wholly owned subsidiary of DRA Global – was awarded the contract to design and build a new coal handling plant at the mine.
The State Government is getting on with the job to ensure local roads remain safe for motorists and other road users by awarding various contracts to deliver maintenance works on about 23,000 kilometres of road network across South Australia.
More vital upgrades are set to be delivered on Queensland’s Bruce Highway, with works to begin in August on the $29.2 million safety package on a 7.3-kilometre section of the highway between Hechts Road and Easter Creek, south of Ingham.
The Request for Proposals phase of Western Australia’s Great Eastern Highway Bypass Interchanges project has been launched and the search for a contractor to deliver the project is now underway.
MACA Limited will continue providing mining services for Atlas Iron Pty Ltd at the Corunna Downs iron ore project in Western Australia with a new contract award valued at $230 million, which will be executed over a period of 62 months.
Perdaman Industries has selected the Clough – Saipem joint venture as the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor for the $4.5 billion Urea Project near Karratha, Western Australia.
Following the planning approval granted by the New South Wales Government in May, the massive Snowy Hydro project – commonly known as Snowy 2.0 – has now secured the Federal environmental approval, marking the end of the project’s planning phase.
GR Engineering Services (GRES) has been awarded contracts with a combined value of $29 million to deliver additional works at Saracen Mineral Holdings’ Thunderbox and Carosue Dam operations in Western Australia.
SA Water is getting on with the delivery of its $1.6 billion capital works program over the next four years with five major companies signed to undertake various projects that will help improve water and sewerage services across South Australia.