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$77 million to upgrade the Newell Highway

IMPROVEMENTS to the Newell Highway in New South Wales will be delivered as part of the Australian Government’s $229 million National Highway Upgrade Programme.

Roads

$40 million to upgrade the Great Northern Highway

IMPROVEMENTS to the Great Northern Highway in Western Australia will be delivered as part of the Australian Government’s $229 million National Highway Upgrade Programme.

Roads

Milestone iron ore royalty relief backs WA jobs

Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Marmion said first magnetite royalty rebate payment highlighted the Liberal National Government’s commitment to Western Australian jobs, families and communities.

Mining

$20 million to upgrade the Victoria Highway

IMPROVEMENTS to flood immunity on the Victoria Highway at the Little Horse and Big Horse creek crossings will be delivered as part of the Australian Government’s $229 million National Highway Upgrade Programme.

Roads

$25 million to upgrade the Sturt Highway

IMPROVEMENTS to the Sturt Highway in South Australia will be delivered as part of the Australian Government’s $229 million National Highway Upgrade Programme.

Roads

$43 million to upgrade Victorian Highways

IMPROVEMENTS to the Western Highway, Hume Freeway, Monash Freeway and Goulburn Valley Highway will be delivered as part of the Australian Government’s $229 million National Highway Upgrade Programme.

Roads

$273 million package to fix Hunter roads

$273 million will be spent over the next 10 years to build vital roads and fix congestion pinch points across the Hunter.

Roads

Another Green Light for Westconnex

Federal Assistant Infrastructure Minister Jamie Briggs and NSW Roads Minister Duncan Gay announced the green light for another part of WestConnex to get under construction.

Roads

Land returned to Melbourne's biggest park and new play space opened

In one of the most important milestones in the 139 year history of Royal Park, the site of the former Royal Children’s Hospital was today returned to parkland with the opening of a $5.5 million redevelopment.

Parks & Outdoor

North West rail link powers ahead

The North West Rail Link has met another milestone as its second tunnel boring machine broke through after tunnelling more than 2 kilometres from Bella Vista.

Railways

Council to finalise West Byron Development Control Plan

The Department of Planning and Environment today announced that it has handed back planning powers to Byron Shire Council for the finalisation of the West Byron Bay Development Control Plan (DCP).

Buildings | Mining | Parks & Outdoor | Ports | Railways | Roads

CEO of Infrastructure Tasmania Appointed

The Hodgman Liberal Government is getting on with its Plan to make Tasmania attractive for investment and to create jobs with the appointment of a Chief Executive Officer for the newly created Infrastructure Tasmania (ITas).

Roads

WA company secures $73m stadium contract

Local company Civmec Construction and Engineering has been awarded a $73 million steelwork contract for the new Perth Stadium which includes the supply and installation of more than 14,000 tonnes of structural steel.

Buildings

Another major tunneling milestone reached as the North West Rail Link powers ahead

Florence, the second massive North West Rail Link tunnel boring machine, broke through into the new Norwest Station area.

Railways

Transport grants to deliver improvements to Regional and Country passenger infrastructure

Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian announced $1.6 million will be invested in more than 30 projects to improve accessibility upgrades at regional bus stops and improve public transport for country passengers.

Roads

Regional NSW bridge boost

Regional NSW will see new bridges built and old bridges upgraded over four years.

Roads

$6 million for three new heavy vehicle projects across Northern Territory

Truck drivers and other heavy vehicle operators in Northern Territory will benefit from $6 million in new road upgrades as part of the Australian Government's Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Programme.

Roads

$14.4 million for six new heavy vehicle projects across Queensland

Truck drivers and other heavy vehicle operators in Queensland will benefit from $14.4 million in new road upgrades as part of the Australian Government's Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Programme.

Roads

$7.1 million for six new heavy vehicle projects across South Australia

Truck drivers and other heavy vehicle operators in South Australia will benefit from $7.1 million in new road upgrades as part of the Australian Government's Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Programme.

Roads

$400,000 for a new heavy vehicle project in Tasmania

Truck drivers and other heavy vehicle operators in Tasmania will benefit from $400,000 in new road upgrades as part of the Australian Government's Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Programme.

Roads

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Storefront News

Stained Concrete Floors

Stained Concrete Floors

Stains can be applied to new or existing concrete. The most popular places stained concrete is wanted are in kitchens, family rooms, retail stores, garages and sport stadiums.

Buildings

Add Craftstone to your Façade!

Add Craftstone to your Façade!

Are you searching for an effective way to update the outside of your home or to complete your new home? Want something that doesn’t require too much in terms of maintenance? Stone cladding is the perfect solution for you.

Buildings

250PM PH3-HI GAS MONITOR

250PM PH3-HI GAS MONITOR

Fumigation plays a key role in control and management of infestation. Phosphine is one of the most commonly used fumigants. To ensure good quality fumigation it is necessary to measure phosphine levels during the entire period of fumigation.

Ports

ME11- Pressure Transmitter

ME11- Pressure Transmitter

ME11 measures pressure and partial vacuum by directly measuring Ceramic Diaphragm.

The Kauffman Center shines a light on the KC skyline

The Kauffman Center shines a light on the KC skyline

Located at the convergence of the Kansas and Missouri Rivers, and traversing the border of two States is Kansas City, well-known for barbecue, jazz, and cornfields.

Buildings

FLIR Launches New Firefighting Camera with Ultra-Sharp Thermal Image

FLIR Launches New Firefighting Camera with Ultra-Sharp Thermal Image

K55 Delivers Ultra Crisp Thermal Imagery and On-board Video Recording.

Buildings

USB2251 Pressure Sensor Data Acquisition

USB2251 Pressure Sensor Data Acquisition

Additional hardware is required for interface-connect sensors which are composed with data acquisition to acquire and send measuring data to your PC for further process in analysis software.

Buildings

Reliable lighting for public spaces

Reliable lighting for public spaces

The new CFT500 post top luminaire series has been added to the WE-EF LED range for lighting footpaths, public spaces, promenades, parking areas, pedestrian zones and parks.

Buildings

Victor Harbor, South Australia

Victor Harbor, South Australia

A Coastal Management Study commissioned by Victor Harbor Council in South Australia identified beach pedestrian steps on the Esplanade were at risk of damage or loss due to storms, wave action and sea level rise.

Parks & Outdoor

A Thirty Year History Of Unique Service Evolves Into EJ Asia-Pacific

A Thirty Year History Of Unique Service Evolves Into EJ Asia-Pacific

Back in 1985, Tim Bottomley established an exciting new service for industry and municipalities sourcing access covers and grates for their extensive infrastructure projects across Asia-Pacific.

Buildings

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The 6th Annual Queensland Transport Infrastructure Conference

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