A number of major Queensland rail projects with a total value of $305 million are set to deliver more than a thousand regional rail jobs across the State.
A six-week Request for Tender (RFT) process has commenced for the rail and bridge component of the $69 million Denny Avenue level crossing removal project in Western Australia. Three proponents have been requested to submit their tenders.
A new landmark development as part of the massive Sydney Metro project is one step closer to construction, with a consortium comprising of CPB Contractors, Oxford Properties Group and Grocon awarded the $463 million contract to deliver the new Pitt Street Station.
Over the next 12 months, two vital arterial roads in Western Australia will go under major safety improvements and upgrade works with more than $24 million invested by the State Government to deliver these projects.
Construction on the $86 million Roe Highway and Kalamunda Road interchange upgrade in Western Australia is now underway and the project is set to significantly improve safety on this stretch of road for the almost 60,000 motorists passing through it daily.
Queensland’s $5.4 billion Cross River Rail project has reached another major milestone. The State Government has just announced the preferred locations of three new train stations in the Gold Coast.
CIMIC Group company Thiess will continue delivering works at the Curragh Mine in Queensland, with the company recently awarded a six-year $1.3 billion contract extension by Coronado Global Resources Inc.
Plans to remove level crossings across the Armadale Line in Western Australia is moving forward with the release of tenders for work on the METRONET project that will bust congestion along the rail line.
A new massive hybrid renewable energy project is set to be built in Burra in South Australia’s Mid North region. The project is being developed by Neoen Australia and it will comprise of a 1,200MW wind farm, a 600MW solar farm and about 900MW of battery storage.
With the first sod turned, construction can commence on the third stage of the Karratha-Tom Price Road Upgrade in Western Australia, which is expected to support up to 100 local jobs during the construction phase.