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Tender Called for Strahan Roads Upgrade

The Liberal Government is committed to supporting the West Coast community. This weekend tenders will be called for $5.2 million road upgrades at Strahan to support the West Coast's growing aquaculture industry.

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Another step forward in Newcastle transformation

The transformation of Newcastle has taken another step forward with the planning controls that will shape the CBD’s future receiving final approval.

Buildings | Roads

Six storeys built in 10 days for Perth-first project

A Perth-first modular housing project has delivered a six-storey apartment building containing 77 homes in just 10 days.

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Bus priority route to improve travel times

The final piece of the Beaufort Street bus priority plan has been put in place with the opening of a $1million peak-period bus-only lane between Walcott and Bulwer streets.

Roads

M80 Ring Road congestion improvements on the way

Drivers travelling on the M80 Ring Road will soon notice speed limits temporarily lowered as they approach Sunshine Avenue, Greensborough-bound, as part of a trial to improve safety and reduce congestion.

Roads

Tiger Brennan Drive: lights, commuters, action!

THE SWITCHING on of traffic lights between Dinah Beach and Woolner Roads marked completion of the first section of works on Tiger Brennan Drive in Darwin.

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Department approves extension to Cowal Gold Mine

The NSW Department of Planning and Environment has granted a five-year extension to the Cowal Gold Mine near West Wyalong, securing ongoing employment for the mine’s 385 staff members.

Mining

$24 million for Stuart Highway rail overpass in Alice Springs

Minister for Infrastructure Peter Styles and the Member for Araluen Robyn Lambley have welcomed the $24 million Federal Government investment to build a rail overpass on the Stuart Highway in Alice Springs.

Railways | Roads

Contract awarded for $156 million Dingley Bypass

Construction of the highly anticipated Dingley Bypass has taken another major step forward, with the contract for the $156 million project awarded to Thiess Pty Ltd, Minister for Roads Terry Mulder announced.

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Cottesloe beachfront to get a lift

After years of debate, Western Australia’s iconic Cottesloe beachfront will be revitalised following agreement on a new town planning scheme.

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Old bridge to serve a new purpose

George Souris, MP, Member for Upper Hunter announced that the new Fitzgerald Bridge over the Hunter River at Aberdeen opened to traffic in May and work is about to start to repurpose the old bridge structures.

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Growth councils receive $25.5 million infrastructure boost

Minister for Planning Pru Goward was joined by the Members for Hawkesbury, Baulkham Hills, Riverstone and Londonderry to announce over $25 million in infrastructure funding for local councils in these areas.

Buildings

$10 Million Bankstown Station upgrade begins

A $10 million customer-focused upgrade to Bankstown Station will begin this week.

Railways

Brisbane's Botanic Gardens start to grow

EARTHWORKS are well underway for the regeneration of Legacy Way’s Toowong worksite into a four hectare expansion of the neighbouring Gardens.

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A birds eye view...

A birds eye view...

StoneSet's Pour On Gravel Binder product is being used now by building and maintenance managers to tackle an ongoing problem between pebbles on roof tops and overly curious birds.

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Analogue Conductivity Sensor for water purification

Analogue Conductivity Sensor for water purification

ALVI Technologies introduces a new range of analogue conductivity sensor designed for effective monitoring in water purification processes.

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GALVATECH HELPS STEADY SYDNEY

GALVATECH HELPS STEADY SYDNEY

In strong winds, the top of Sydney's Centrepoint Tower can oscillate up to 130mm from side to side. The safety and comfort of sightseers and restaurant patrons is assured by two damper systems.

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The Best Soccer Goals For Pitch Maintenance

The Best Soccer Goals For Pitch Maintenance

Portable soccer goals offer the best solution for pitch care maintenance.

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Weak Separations

Weak Separations

Leading and enhancing better workplace safety and employee wellbeing practices throughout Australasia. CMM Technology supply drug and alcohol testing and associated consumable products.

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Like a Chicken with Its Head Cut Off

Like a Chicken with Its Head Cut Off

CMM Technology's first commitment is to service; utilising the latest technology in impairment, drug and alcohol screening devices.

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Hunter Expressway (NSW)

Hunter Expressway (NSW)

The $1.7 billion, 40 kilometre Hunter Expressway will deliver a four-lane freeway link between the F3 Freeway near Seahampton, and the New England Highway, west of Branxton.

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The 5th Annual NT Major Projects Conference

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