Pembroke Resources is another step closer to commencing major construction on its $1 billion Olive Downs Coking Coal Project in Central Queensland as it secures Federal approvals from the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment.
Rio Tinto has awarded Civmec Limited a new contract for works at the Mesa A iron ore operations – as part of the Robe Valley Sustaining (RVS) iron ore project – in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Thousands of jobs are set to be created as well as up to 2,800 new homes to be built in Western Sydney as the New South Wales Government gives the green light to the $1.49 billion redevelopment of the Mt Druitt CBD.
Following the beginning of the Expressions of Interest process earlier this year, early works are now underway to prepare for major construction in late 2020 on the $662.5 million Bruce Highway Upgrade between Caboolture and the Sunshine Coast.
Construction is anticipated to commence this year on a project that will fix a major bottleneck on Western Australia’s Tonkin Highway – between Morley and Redcliffe – with the appointment of the Tonkin Gap Alliance as preferred builder for this vital road infrastructure.
Three projects that will improve water security in New South Wales will soon get underway as the State Government invests $245 million for Stage 1 of the Wyangala Dam and Dungowan Dam projects, and for investigations on a new dam on the Mole River.
More car parking spaces are about to be added at the Mandurah Station in Western Australia with Balcatta-based builder PS Structures Pty Ltd chosen as the preferred builder to deliver a new multi-storey car park.
A massive $22 billion hybrid solar and wind energy project in the Pilbara region has been recommended for environmental approval by Western Australia’s Environmental Protection Authority (EPA).
The proposed $2.9 billion Urannah Dam project has been declared a coordinated project by Queensland’s Coordinator-General. This means that the massive development will now undergo an impact assessment process to determine significant environmental, social, cultural as well as economic impacts the project might impose on the region.
A Request for Proposal (RFP) has been released to market, seeking for a contractor to design and build the new Lakelands Station as part of the wider METRONET development in Western Australia.