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Final stage of Moree Bypass opens to traffic six months early

Traffic flow and safety will significantly improve in Moree following the Moree Bypass Stage Two project officially opening today, six months ahead of schedule.

$90 million Scone bypass and rail bridge plans progressing

Planning is progressing for the construction of the New England Highway bypass and a town centre road-over-rail bridge at Scone.

Construction begins on national infrastructure icon at Anglesea

Work is set to begin on an upgrade of a further one kilometre stretch of the Great Ocean Road in Anglesea.

Green light for next stage of Kwinana Freeway widening

The Australian and Western Australian Governments are steaming ahead with the next stage of the Kwinana Freeway widening project by today announcing the successful tenderer for the southbound section from Armadale Road to Russell Road.

Business boost as Flinders Island Hybrid Energy Hub gets underway

Tasmanian business will benefit from the $12.88 million Flinders Island Hybrid Energy Hub Project which will get underway soon.

Peninsula Developmental Road project set to start

Work will start mid next month on the Mein Deviation project to seal 29 kilometres of the Peninsula Developmental Road south of Coen in Cape York.

Hastings River bridge construction underway

CONSTRUCTION is about to begin on the new Hastings River Bridge north of Port Macquarie as part of the Australian and NSW Governments' $820 million Oxley Highway to Kundabung upgrade.

Tender awarded for $28 million Wyong Road and Enterprise Drive intersection upgrade

Road users are soon to benefit from a major project to improve the Wyong Road and Enterprise Drive intersection at Berkeley Vale with the building tender awarded to BMD Constructions Pty Ltd.

Council goes to market for once-in-a-generation development

The City of Melbourne is seeking a private sector partner to create a landmark mixed-use development in the heart of the Queen Victoria Market precinct.

M1 Kariong to Somersby detailed design contract awarded

PLANNING is progressing on the M1 Pacific Motorway upgrade between the Kariong and Somersby, with the detailed design contract awarded to Hyder Consulting Pty Ltd.

Road work begins on Cooroy to Curra upgrade

EARLY works have commenced on the Bruce Highway Upgrade - Cooroy to Curra - Section C project south of Gympie.

Work starts on New Nambucca River Bridge

WORK has started on construction of a new bridge over the Nambucca River at Macksville, part of the $830 million Warrell Creek to Nambucca Heads upgrade along the Pacific Highway.

New design for Wickham transport interchange

A new design for the transport interchange at Wickham has been released, which will create jobs and link commuters with trains, buses and taxis across Newcastle.

New high-tech centre for Western Sydney

A new high-tech employment, education and housing project in Western Sydney is one step closer to becoming a reality.

Revitalising Newcastle: Design revealed for Wickham transport interchange

NSW Premier Mike Baird and Transport Minister Andrew Constance unveiled the new design for the transport interchange at Wickham - a key project that will link customers with trains, buses, taxis and create employment in Newcastle.

More commuter parking on the way for Gosford Station

NSW Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance announced construction will start in the coming weeks on a further 26 commuter car parking spaces near Gosford Station.

Townsville first stop on the electric super highway

Townsville could soon have the first service station in Australia where drivers can fast-charge their electric vehicles using solar energy.

Tiger Brennan Drive transformation continues

Development on Tiger Brennan Drive continues to advance with the contract awarded for an off ramp extension aimed at improving road safety for Territorians.

Airstrip for Shannons Creek

A $4.7 million upgrade to the Silver City Highway including an emergency landing airstrip at Shannons Creek has been completed.

$39.1 million to fix local black spots in Victoria

The Australian Government is building safer roads and a stronger economy through the national Black Spot Programme.

Storefront News

Business merger creates Australia’s largest manufacturer and supplier of spill control equipment

Effective 1 August 2015, Global Spill Control will merge with Perth Petroleum Services to form Australia’s largest manufacturer and supplier of spill equipment.


Longlife Recycled Plastic Garden Stakes

Plastic Recyclers is the leading manufacturer in Australia of recycled plastic garden stakes.

Parks & Outdoor


Capital Safety, the global leader in fall protection has announced the launch of their new DBI-SALA® Delta™Comfort Harnesses, offering users a winning combination of safety and comfort.


SEALITE SL-155 (6-13NM Marine Lantern) Series now Brighter and more Efficient

SEALITE SL-155 (6-13 NM Marine Lantern) Series now the most compact, lightweight, and cost effective 13 NM marine lantern available.



Revolutionary Side retained blind system Launched. "Giving you the EDGE"


BYOD Paperless Crane Inspection app launched

Using a paperless crane inspection application to inspect cranes will minimize human errors, simplify the inspection process in the field, and save time, money & paper. Inspect as per AS-2550 or manufacturer instructions.



Sparta-Quartz™ is a highly-durable floor coating application which incorporates a double broadcast of colored quartz aggregates with HP Spartacote polyaspartic coatings.


USA road project combines Autodesk BIM software with UAVs

How can a BIM workflow solutions help an infrastructure development to succeed? Here's an example from a recent project in the United States.


USB Powered Data Acquisition System - Model 3340

The 3340 G-Logger is a low-cost, USB-powered portable data acquisition system with powerful FFT analysis and display capabilities typically found in other much more expensive systems.


What is BIM and why do you need it?

The construction and architecture industries have access to a range of digital solutions to reduce costs, encourage collaboration and enhance productivity.