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Sydney's Museum station upgrade begins

One of Australia's first underground stations is getting a makeover with construction beginning on the Museum Station upgrade.

Railways

Final countdown to construction: Sydney Light Rail major works start October 23

The detailed construction schedule for Sydney Light Rail has been released with major CBD works starting on George Street between King and Market Streets on October 23.

Railways

Roads to Recovery delivers for Brisbane

WORKS are set to commence on the Seventeen Mile Rocks Road project and Stapylton Road upgrade in coming weeks, with the $2.1 billion Roads to Recovery programme delivering major improvements to Brisbane's congested traffic network.

Roads

Sydney light rail construction only months away

Construction on Sydney's light rail begins in less than four months with a plan established for minimal disruption to commuters, motorists and businesses.

Railways

Sutherland to Cronulla active transport link alignment firms up

Work to progress a new active transport link connecting Sutherland and Cronulla continues to forge ahead, with the NSW Government announcing a proposed route for the project.

Railways

Preferred developer of Brisbane riverfront site at Northshore Hamilton announced

A new $400 million waterfront community is a step closer after the Queensland Government announced it will work exclusively with Leighton Properties to finalise a detailed proposal to design and build apartment, retail and commercial buildings.

Buildings

Hodgsons River Road upgrade benefits remote community

WORKS are now complete on a $710,000 upgrade of Hodgsons River Road in the Northern Territory, with the project set to improve road access for the Minyerri community during wet seasons.

Roads

Breaking new ground on Sydney's mega-project as new station design revealed

Tunnelling on the North West Rail Link is more than a third complete as the first of the project's four tunnel boring machines broke through into the new Showground Station site.

Railways

New State Govt $200 million infrastructure bonanza generates regional jobs

A new Palaszczuk Government infrastructure bonanza will pump $200 million over the next two years into regional projects, supporting about 600 jobs across the state.

Buildings | Roads

Early warning system for Fremantle's rail bridge

A project is under way in Fremantle to install an early warning system to warn the train network when ships come too close to the rail bridge.

Railways

More jobs for Blacktown

Blacktown will be revitalised and gain more jobs, following the approval of a new Local Environmental Plan (LEP).

Buildings

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

Walsh Bay transformation gets stamp of approval

NSW residents and visitors will get access to exceptional artists and major performances with the transformation of Sydney’s Walsh Bay into a world–class arts and cultural precinct.

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

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Storefront News

Seaport

Seaport

Built in 2002 from Tasmanian Ironbark, the boardwalk of Seaport in Launceston, Tasmania, had reached the end of its practical life after 10 years.

Parks & Outdoor

Why should you install movement joints in Swimming Pools?

Why should you install movement joints in Swimming Pools?

Given a tiled interior in swimming pools are regarded as one of the most sought after & aesthetically pleasing finishes you can install, it’s easy to understand the temptation to not include anything that may seemingly interrupt the aesthetics.

Buildings

Field-proven road stabilising alternative PolyCom inspires at VIVID Sydney

Field-proven road stabilising alternative PolyCom inspires at VIVID Sydney

At a fast paced VIVID Sydney event, ten 2014 Banksia Awards winners expressed their vision of sustainability. "What we want to do is inspire the conversation from large corporates down to community groups," said Banksia CEO Graz van Egmond.

Roads

Recycled Plastic Pipe Supports

Recycled Plastic Pipe Supports

Plastic Recyclers International Pty Ltd has been working with the mining industry for the last 15 years providing a full range of moulded recycled plastic pipe supports and bearers to suit the varied gas projects throughout Australia.

Mining

World-calss innovation for height adjustment of kitchens and counters

World-calss innovation for height adjustment of kitchens and counters

Just 100mm is all it takes to make kitchen benches reach an ergonomic height for 95% of the population. Baselift from LINAK makes it possible at the touch of a button.

Buildings

Lighting the way to a revitalised Carrum foreshore

Lighting the way to a revitalised Carrum foreshore

The landscape lighting of the redeveloped Carrum foreshore has played a pivotal role in the successful upgrading of this seaside suburb shore precinct.

Parks & Outdoor

LA36 with iFlex

LA36 with iFlex

LA36 just got smarter with new integrated intelligence call iFlex now available.

Buildings

Replas wins the Best Environmental Product at Civenex

Replas wins the Best Environmental Product at Civenex

In 2014 the innovative Brolga Bollard scooped the best environmental product prize and this year Replas has won again with the RE-fit fitness circuit.

Buildings

FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY - Project Spotlight

FERRIS STATE UNIVERSITY -  Project Spotlight

In 2013, the university decided to expand its University Center building which houses the Information Technology department.

Buildings

Recycled Plastic Bollards – Bevelled Top

Recycled Plastic Bollards – Bevelled Top

Plastic Recyclers International Pty Ltd is proud to launch their latest bollard design. The bevelled top bollard is 100% solid recycled plastic 185mm x 85mm x 1500mm with of course that stylish bevelled top.

Parks & Outdoor

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The 7th Annual Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference 2015