A massive renewable energy project is set to rise in Queensland’s Wide Bay-Burnett region as the State Government grants development approval to a $2 billion wind farm - one of the largest wind farms in the southern hemisphere to be connected to the grid.
Western Australia’s Wheatbelt region will soon experience better freight movement as works commence to upgrade the Mogumber-Yarawindah road, which also launches the $87.5 million Wheatbelt Secondary Freight Network road upgrade program.
A major milestone has been reached on the Stephenson Avenue Extension project in Western Australia with tenders released to market for the delivery of Phase 1 of the multi-stage project.
It will soon be easier and faster for travellers to get to the Melbourne Airport as construction is set to commence soon on a $60 million express road that will connect the Tullamarine Freeway to the airport’s Terminal 4 car park.
A new civic, cultural and community building is set to rise in Parramatta, New South Wales as construction takes a step closer to beginning on the 5 Parramatta Square development, with Australian contractor Built appointed to deliver the $130 million project.
A new major milestone has been reached by the Denny Avenue Level Crossing Removal Project in Western Australia as Downer EDI gets appointed to deliver the road component of this METRONET development.
Rio Tinto will be committing to renewable energy to power operations at its Koodaideri mine in the Pilbara with a $98 million investment to build a new solar farm together with a lithium-ion battery storage system.
Early works on two of Victoria’s busiest freeways has commenced as geotechnical drilling gets underway on the $518 million M80 Ring Road between Sydney Road and Edgars Road as well as on the second stage of the $1.4 billion Monash Freeway Upgrade.
Another new major milestone has been reached by the $944 million Brisbane Metro project with early works commencing in South Brisbane. This follows the beginning of construction on the new state-of-the-art Brisbane Metro depot in January.
Central Coast Council is moving forward with the delivery of a $61 million pipeline project between Mardi and Warnervale in New South Wales with the construction contract awarded to joint venture partners Spiecapag Australia and Seymour Whyte.