With the end of the financial year fast approaching it is always a busy time in building and construction.
On May 12, 2017 the Civil Contractors Federation Queensland (CCF QLD), in conjunction with Dial Before You Dig Queensland Pty Ltd (DBYD QLD) and supported by PlantMiner, will be hosting one of the largest Charity Events of 2017 to support Act for Kids.
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Civil Contractors Federation Queensland (CCF QLD), in conjunction with Dial Before You Dig Queensland Pty Ltd (DBYD QLD) and supported by PlantMiner, will be hosting one of the largest Charity Events of 2017 to support Act for Kids.
The Queensland Government is currently preparing new laws which will introduce a suite of measures to ensure the security of payment for subcontractors. The historic building and construction industry reforms will include establishing project bank accounts.
The team at PlantMiner were at the Queensland Media Club event on Friday where, Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Chairman and former Queensland Premier, Peter Beattie estimated the games could deliver double the official estimate of $2 billion worth of economic activity.
According to the second report card on the Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan, there has been a surge in jobs growth after the New South Wales and Australian Governments’ $3.6 billion investment on infrastructure for the region.
The New South Wales Department of Planning and Environment (DPE) has approved Anglo American’s revised expansion plan for its Drayton South coal mine in the Hunter Valley. DPE is now recommending that the revised plan be approved by the independent Planning Assessment Commission (PAC).
The Port of Melbourne has been successfully leased for $9.7 billion, with 10 per cent of the total lease amount (more than $970 million) to be invested into regional and rural infrastructure projects for Victoria.