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Joint Media statement - Vital upgrades complete on Great Eastern Highway

Safety and productivity will be improved with upgrades between Bullabulling and Coolgardie on the Great Eastern Highway now complete.

Roads

Transformation of Midland continues

Planning Minister John Day released the final Midland Master Plan that will guide the area's growth as a strategic metropolitan centre with more housing, jobs and community spaces.

Buildings

Funds secured to replace Old Mandurah Bridge

Construction will start at the end of this year to replace Mandurah's 62-year old traffic bridge with a new four-lane bridge over the estuary.

Roads

$13 million hospital project set in concrete

A $13 million investment to revitalise hospital infrastructure and amenities at the Harvey Health Service is a major step closer with a shortlist of builders for the project expected next month.

Buildings

$18 million for Murray-Riverina diversification projects

TWENTY-ONE projects which will help grow and strengthen the rural NSW economy have been granted almost $18 million of Australian Government funding through the Murray-Darling Basin Regional Economic Diversification Programme.

Buildings

Tiger Brennan Drive making travel simpler for Territorians

Works will continue on Tiger Brennan Drive ensuring increased safety and shorter travel times as the tender for road package two was awarded earlier this month.

Roads

Mitchell Freeway gets vital extension

THE Mitchell Freeway extension from Burns Beach Road to Hester Avenue started today - six months earlier than planned.

Roads

Roads to Recovery: Local governments get another $135 million today

THE final 2014-15 quarterly instalment of the Australian Government's $2.1 billion Roads to Recovery programme is being paid to 354 local governments across Australia.

Roads

Busselton Regional Airport terminal upgraded

The State Government officially opened the $1.44 million upgraded Busselton Regional Airport terminal including improvements to the check-in area, cafe and departure lounge.

Buildings

Railcar order reaches halfway mark

The newest train on Perth's rail network starts service tomorrow, marking the halfway point in the State Government's purchase of 22 B-series trains at a cost of $244 million.

Railways

Structure and façade work complete at new Royal Adelaide Hospital

The final crane at the new Royal Adelaide Hospital will be dismantled this weekend, following completion of the structure and façade on the biggest infrastructure project South Australia has ever undertaken.

Buildings

WestConnex interchange to remove traffic bottleneck

Construction work to fix one of the worst traffic pinch points will provide relief to Sydney motorists who travel through the King Georges Road Interchange.

Roads

Launceston Airport Master Plan approved

LAUNCESTON Airport’s strategic direction for the next 20 years has been mapped out, with the approval of the airport’s 2015 Master Plan by the Australian Government.

Buildings

More affordable homes for the South-West

The State Government has officially unveiled 10 affordable housing units in Bunbury to provide homes near public transport and a university campus.

Buildings

Our State Budget 2015-16 - Investing in infrastructure to grow the State: Major spending boost for East Metropolitan region

Perth's dynamic and diverse East Metropolitan region is set to benefit from wide-ranging investments announced in State Budget, Treasurer Mike Nahan said.

Roads

Our State Budget 2015-16 - Investing in infrastructure to grow the State: South Metropolitan region powers ahead

Perth's diverse South Metropolitan region is set to benefit from wide-ranging investments worth more than $589 million in 2015-16 outlined in State Budget, Treasurer Mike Nahan said.

Buildings | Roads

Budget 2015: A safer, more reliable Bruce Highway

THE Australian Government's commitment to a safer, more reliable Bruce Highway continues under the 2015 Federal Budget with construction beginning on a series of new projects in 2015-16.

Roads

Budget 2015 will see Pacific Highway duplication done

AFTER almost 20 years, the Federal Budget shows that the duplication of the Pacific Highway is fully funded and will be completed by the end of this decade.

Roads

State Government commits to $2.2 million Charleville Airport facelift

Charleville Airport is to be upgraded, with better aircraft and passenger facilities, thanks to a $2.2 million State Government funding contribution.

Buildings

Building our Future: world-class infrastructure for a stronger Australia

THE 2015 Budget is part of the Commonwealth Government's plan to build a strong, safe and prosperous future for all Australians.

Roads

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Storefront News

Get a FREE Package of Valuable Accessories When You Buy a New FLIR AX8 Thermal Sensor

Get a FREE Package of Valuable Accessories When You Buy a New FLIR AX8 Thermal Sensor

Buy a FLIR AX8 thermal sensor (part number 71201-0101) and receive this free package of valuable accessories: • PoE injector (part number T199019) • Ethernet cable, M12 to RJ45 (part number T128390) • Cable, M12 to pigtail (part number ...

Buildings

GAS CONTROLLER

GAS CONTROLLER

Our Four-channel gas measuring controller GC-04 is used for continuous monitoring and warning of toxic, combustible and refrigerant gases and vapours.

Buildings

Caroma’s New G Series Underslung Tapware Range assists with Infection Control

Caroma’s New G Series Underslung Tapware Range assists with Infection Control

Combining functionality with reliability, Caroma G Series Underslung tapware is designed to assist with infection control, offering the perfect solution for hospitals and health facilities.

Buildings

25 Year Paarhammer Anniversary

25 Year Paarhammer Anniversary

To mark the 25th anniversary celebration of Paarhammer, the staff spent a weekend taking in the sights of Echuca. Paarhammer began with a staff of three in 1990, and has steadily grown, manufacturing custom made energy efficient windows and doors.

Buildings

Unique eddy current sensors with Embedded Coil Technology for easy embedment

Unique eddy current sensors with Embedded Coil Technology  for  easy embedment

Eddy current sensors with Embedded Coil Technology offered by Bestech Australia differ significantly from traditional sensors on the market that normally use a wound coil. The sensor itself is embedded in an inorganic carrier material.

Buildings

CAPITAL SAFETY™ AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND INTRODUCE THEIR NEW NANO-LOK™ EXTENDED LENGTH SRL RANGE

CAPITAL SAFETY™ AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND INTRODUCE THEIR NEW NANO-LOK™ EXTENDED LENGTH SRL RANGE

Extended length for added fall protection versatility! - Capital Safety, the global leader in fall protection has announced the launch of their new DBI-SALA® Nano-Lok™ Extended Length range of Self Retracting Lifelines (SRL’s).

Buildings

WE-EF wins Red Dot Award 2015 for Design Excellence of CFT500

WE-EF wins Red Dot Award 2015 for Design Excellence of CFT500

In addition to technological advantages, the use of LEDs also offers a completely new perspective in terms of luminaire design.

Buildings

Barangaroo - Sydney

Barangaroo - Sydney

Speedpanel is playing a significant role in the development of the "Barangaroo" precinct and is being used throughout every building covering a varying range of applications including fire stairs, service risers and façade walls.

Buildings

Arc Explosions Pressure Relief for Switch Rooms

Arc Explosions Pressure Relief for Switch Rooms

Arc Flash is the result of a rapid release of energy due to an arcing fault between a phase bus bar and another phase bus bar, neutral or a ground. During an arc fault the air is the conductor.

Buildings

Tiling in Cold Weather

Tiling in Cold Weather

LATICRETE products are well known to deliver the productivity and performance required by the contractor as we move into the colder months. After all, LATICRETE was developed in a part of the world that gets extremely cold.

Buildings

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The 8th Annual South Australian Major Projects Conference 2015