Following the announcement of a $245 million funding commitment earlier this month, WaterNSW has signed WaterSecure – a joint venture between Aurecon and KBR – as delivery partner for three major dam projects, and possibly more projects in the future, that will help secure New South Wales’ water supply.
Over $1.2 billion worth of building and development projects are being fast-tracked by the State Government as part of its ongoing efforts to kickstart Victoria’s economy as well as create thousands of jobs.
With assessment guidelines released, the South Australian Government is advancing BHP’s proposed expansion of its Olympic Dam operations which will increase the mine’s production capacity from 200,000 to 350,000 tonnes per annum.
A new Leach Highway and Welshpool Road interchange in Perth, Western Australia is a step closer to becoming a reality as proposals for the design and construction of the $93 million project are now open for submission.
The multi-billion-dollar Snowy Hydro project – commonly known as Snowy 2.0 – marks another major milestone as it secures planning approval from the New South Wales Government.
Two construction contracts with a combined value of $600 million has been signed by the New South Wales Government and these contracts will get works going to modernise and upgrade the State’s rail network as well as create up to 550 new jobs.
As a show of support for the jobs-creating $1.5 billion CopperString 2.0 high voltage transmission line project, the Queensland Government is investing $14.8 million as part of its COVID-19 economic recovery plan to help fast track the delivery of this massive development.
Western Australia’s Bayswater Station upgrade and Denny Avenue level crossing removal projects have marked new milestones, with both projects expected to begin construction this year.
A new milestone has been reached on the jointly funded $1 billion Rockhampton Ring Road project in Queensland, with the release of the concept design prior to launching the next round of online community consultation this month.
The Queensland Government has revealed a $2.1 billion road plan that will help bust congestion and create jobs for the regions of Moreton Bay and North Brisbane.