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Department approves extension to Cowal Gold Mine

The NSW Department of Planning and Environment has granted a five-year extension to the Cowal Gold Mine near West Wyalong, securing ongoing employment for the mine’s 385 staff members.

Mining

$24 million for Stuart Highway rail overpass in Alice Springs

Minister for Infrastructure Peter Styles and the Member for Araluen Robyn Lambley have welcomed the $24 million Federal Government investment to build a rail overpass on the Stuart Highway in Alice Springs.

Railways | Roads

Contract awarded for $156 million Dingley Bypass

Construction of the highly anticipated Dingley Bypass has taken another major step forward, with the contract for the $156 million project awarded to Thiess Pty Ltd, Minister for Roads Terry Mulder announced.

Roads

Cottesloe beachfront to get a lift

After years of debate, Western Australia’s iconic Cottesloe beachfront will be revitalised following agreement on a new town planning scheme.

Buildings

Old bridge to serve a new purpose

George Souris, MP, Member for Upper Hunter announced that the new Fitzgerald Bridge over the Hunter River at Aberdeen opened to traffic in May and work is about to start to repurpose the old bridge structures.

Roads

Growth councils receive $25.5 million infrastructure boost

Minister for Planning Pru Goward was joined by the Members for Hawkesbury, Baulkham Hills, Riverstone and Londonderry to announce over $25 million in infrastructure funding for local councils in these areas.

Buildings

Brisbane's Botanic Gardens start to grow

EARTHWORKS are well underway for the regeneration of Legacy Way’s Toowong worksite into a four hectare expansion of the neighbouring Gardens.

Parks & Outdoor | Roads

New miners’ village opens in Sarina

Hundreds of Queensland miners will soon enjoy new accommodation after the opening of a $35 million village in Sarina, south of Mackay.

Buildings | Mining

Modular housing milestones for Perth projects

A pioneering demonstration of modular housing planned for the northern suburbs’ Banksia Grove estate will deliver 20 affordable modular homes in the next stage of the development.

Buildings

Melbourne leads the way with third retractable roof operational

Melbourne Park now has the best facilities of any Grand Slam venue in the world with the commissioning of Margaret Court Arena’s new retractable roof.

Buildings

Atherton Forest Mountain Bike Park on the trail of success

North Queensland is fast becoming a mecca for mountain bikers with 40km of trail now built at the Atherton Forest Mountain Bike Park and another 20km to come.

Parks & Outdoor

Esperance Health Campus redevelopment starts

Early construction works to redevelop the Esperance Health Campus started today with the tender for the $31.3million project awarded to Pindan Pty Ltd.

Buildings

New access regime to unlock up to $35 billion of mineral resources in WPA

Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis has welcomed the passing of legislation that will unlock potential mineral resource discoveries and developments in the region of the Woomera Prohibited Area.

Mining

$15 million Eastern Shore road upgrade to boost economy

The Liberal Government is getting on with the job of delivering better roads for Tasmanians with confirmation Stage Two of the Rokeby Main Road upgrade will start within months.

Roads

Winning new Perth Stadium design revealed

The new Perth Stadium will be a world-class five-tiered stadium with roof coverage over 85 per cent of its seats, a striking bronze facade that reflects Western Australia’s unique geology.

Buildings

Transforming Sydney: The Bays Precinct

New housing and areas for recreation, retail, tourism, commercial and maritime use will be created along waterfront land in The Bays Precinct as part of the city’s largest single urban renewal program since the Sydney Olympics.

Buildings

$9.7 million upgrade at Broke Road and McDonalds Road moves forward

Motorists are soon to benefit from the next major upgrade of Broke Road in Pokolbin set to start.

Roads

Location locked in for new Shoalhaven crossing at Nowra

Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Warren Truss and Minister for Roads and Freight Duncan Gay have announced the preferred location for a new bridge crossing of Shoalhaven River.

Roads

WA miners urged to take lead in global uranium push

Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Marmion says Western Australia should build on its world-leading resources technology to take a major role in the global uranium industry.

Mining

Second Mt Barker freeway interchange works to commence soon

The Australian and South Australian governments are getting on with building the infrastructure for the 21st century releasing design plans for the Bald Hills Road Interchange on the South Eastern Freeway.

Roads

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GALVATECH HELPS STEADY SYDNEY

GALVATECH HELPS STEADY SYDNEY

In strong winds, the top of Sydney's Centrepoint Tower can oscillate up to 130mm from side to side. The safety and comfort of sightseers and restaurant patrons is assured by two damper systems.

Buildings

The Best Soccer Goals For Pitch Maintenance

The Best Soccer Goals For Pitch Maintenance

Portable soccer goals offer the best solution for pitch care maintenance.

Parks & Outdoor

Weak Separations

Weak Separations

Leading and enhancing better workplace safety and employee wellbeing practices throughout Australasia. CMM Technology supply drug and alcohol testing and associated consumable products.

Mining

Like a Chicken with Its Head Cut Off

Like a Chicken with Its Head Cut Off

CMM Technology's first commitment is to service; utilising the latest technology in impairment, drug and alcohol screening devices.

Buildings

Hunter Expressway (NSW)

Hunter Expressway (NSW)

The $1.7 billion, 40 kilometre Hunter Expressway will deliver a four-lane freeway link between the F3 Freeway near Seahampton, and the New England Highway, west of Branxton.

Roads

Holbrook Bypass (NSW)

Holbrook Bypass (NSW)

The $247 million Holbrook bypass opened to traffic in August 2013.

Roads

Pregnant Employees

Pregnant Employees

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Parks & Outdoor

Positive Relationships and Substance Abuse

Positive Relationships and Substance Abuse

Leading and enhancing better workplace safety and employee wellbeing practices throughout Australasia. CMM Technology supply drug and alcohol testing and associated consumable products.

Buildings

What is Air Leakage Costing You?

What is Air Leakage Costing You?

How much air does your house leak? Many of us have very little idea on exactly how much of our air finds it's way through our floors, walls, windows and doors to the outside.

Buildings

Growing Popularity of Granny Flats

Growing Popularity of Granny Flats

Vinyl Cladding is a great way to finish off a Granny Flat and provide an aesthetically pleasing look without blowing the budget.

Buildings

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The 6th Annual NSW Major Projects Conference 2014

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