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$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

$6 million for five new heavy vehicle projects across Western Australia

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

Roads

$3.6 million for five new heavy vehicle projects across Victoria

Truck drivers and other heavy vehicle operators in Victoria will benefit from $3.6 million in new road upgrades as part of the Australian Government's Heavy Vehicle Safety and Productivity Programme.

Roads

Housing Shortfall Keeps Driving Surge In Approvals

“The continuing housing shortage and population growth has seen the latest building approvals continue their surge to record high levels,” Peter Jones Chief Economist of Master Builders Australia said.

Buildings

Royal Hobart Redevelopment back on track

The Hodgman Liberal Government's decisive action to rescue the Royal Hobart Hospital redevelopment has got the project back on track.

Buildings

$10 billion Baird Government Health Boom: More than Labor's entire 16-year legacy

A re-elected Baird Government will spend more than $5 billion to build and upgrade more than 60 hospital and health services over the next four years, bringing the total spend on health infrastructure to almost $10 billion since the 2011 election.

Buildings

$160m facelift for East Perth site creates jobs

Local developer Diploma Properties Pty Ltd has been selected as the preferred proponent to transform the former Chemistry Centre site at East Perth into a mixed-use development with more than 200 apartments, dining venues and shops.

Buildings

NSW's first super ambulance station

Demolition has begun on buildings and houses at Rocky Point Road Kogarah to make way for the first major ambulance station build in metropolitan Sydney for almost 20 years.

Buildings

International flights possible for Newcastle Airport

Stage one of Newcastle's Airport terminal expansion project is complete, paving the way for international and long distance domestic flights.

Buildings

Renewal of 17 bridges across Queensland

Seventeen bridges across Queensland will be upgraded under the first tranche of the Australian Government's new $300 million Bridges Renewal Programme.

Roads

Green light for Westin Hotel development

The State Government has welcomed the City of Perth's decision last night to approve a Westin Hotel development application on the old FESA House and Perth Chest Clinic site in Hay Street, Perth.

Buildings

Australian Government renewing 18 bridges across Victoria

Eighteen bridges across Victoria will be upgraded under the first tranche of the Australian Government's new $300 million Bridges Renewal Programme.

Roads

Briggs and McNamara open the new Ridgeway

In less than twelve months, local residents have seen the Ridgeway transformed from ‘pot-hole alley’ into a safer road and smoother ride for motorists.

Roads

More commuter parking spaces now available at Blacktown Station

Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian joined NSW Liberal Candidate for Blacktown Raman Bhalla to announce that 48 additional commuter parking spaces will open tomorrow at Blacktown Station that were previously staff car parking spaces.

Railways

Powerhouse powers into Parramatta: $30 million to grow Western Sydney Arts Precinct

NSW Premier Mike Baird and Deputy Premier Troy Grant today announced the Powerhouse Museum would be relocated to Parramatta as part of the development of an arts and cultural precinct in Western Sydney.

Buildings

Construction starts at Green Square Town Centre

Construction at Green Square Town Centre officially started, with a ground breaking ceremony for Ebsworth, the Centre’s first residential building.

Buildings

Federal Government provides $813,000 to fix black spots around Maryborough

Maryborough will benefit from the Federal Government's road Black Spots programme with $813,000 provided to improve roads in the area, Federal Member for Wide Bay and Minister for Infrastructure Warren Truss said.

Roads

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Storefront News

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

Explosion A Blow To Low Cost Covers Lock-Down Covers By EJ A Preventative

Explosion A Blow To Low Cost Covers Lock-Down Covers By EJ A Preventative

In a recent central city underground blast in Sydney, a 50kg manhole cover was blown at least one metre into the air causing chaos, fear and disruption to bustling Christmas shoppers.

Buildings

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The 6th Annual Victorian Major Projects Conference

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