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Upgrade ahead for D'Aguilar Highway

DESIGN plans have been completed as part of the federal Coalition Government’s $16 million commitment to deliver safety upgrades to the D’Aguilar Highway, west of Caboolture.

Roads

Green light for Coomera Interchange upgrade

JOINT funding from the Australian and Queensland Governments has been secured for the upgrade of the Coomera Interchange on the Pacific Motorway, which will ensure a new commercial and retail precinct goes ahead at Coomera Town Centre.

Roads

Australian Government building a better, safer Kennedy Highway

WORK will start this week to upgrade three kilometres of the Kennedy Highway near Ravenshoe, Queensland.

Roads

$61.6 million to upgrade Queensland highways

IMPROVEMENTS to the New England, Flinders, Landsborough and Cunningham highways will be delivered as part of the Australian Government’s $229 million National Highway Upgrade Programme.

Roads

New Social Housing Construction for Townsville

Townsville people needing an affordable place to live will be supported through the construction of 34 new social housing properties over the next year with construction valued at more than $8.3 million.

Buildings

Building gets underway at Kilgariff

Chief Minister Adam Giles has turned the first sod on the first new home to be built at Alice Springs' newest suburb of Kilgariff.

Buildings

McLarty site to provide SW building essentials

Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Marmion has congratulated Carbone Bros of Brunswick for their successful bid to establish an extraction facility for building materials essential to South-West property and industrial development.

Buildings

State Netball Centre officially opens

Premier Colin Barnett and Sport and Recreation Minister Mia Davies have officially opened the new $26 million State Netball Centre - a dedicated home for netball in Western Australia.

Buildings

Industry embraces Mining Rehabilitation Fund

The completion of Mining Rehabilitation Fund (MRF) processing for the 2014 reporting year has revealed almost 100 per cent compliance by Western Australia's resources sector.

Mining

Major upgrade for Boundary Road Interchange

TRAFFIC will flow more smoothly when major works are completed on a busy section of the Bruce Highway at the Boundary Road interchange near Narangba in Brisbane.

Roads

$9.56 million to fix WA bridges

TWENTY-FIVE bridges on roads in Western Australia will soon be on the road to recovery with the Australian Government approving $9.56 million for major upgrades.

Roads

Progress on Northern Territory roads driving forward

A series of federally funded upgrades along the Arnhem Highway have delivered safer and more efficient travel for Northern Territory motorists.

Roads

Industrial estate delivers 10,000 jobs

The completion of LandCorp’s Enterprise Park industrial estate in Wangara has been described as a visionary project that played a central role in developing Perth’s northern corridor.

Buildings

Pacific Highway duplication done by decade's end

DEPUTY Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Warren Truss has dismissed Labor's scare campaign on the Pacific Highway as 'pathetic'.

Roads

Sky high ideas becoming a reality in our parks and reserves

The Giles Government is committed to increasing visitation to the Territory's wonderful parks and reserves through sustainable development and increased commercial partnerships.

Parks & Outdoor

WA mineral royalty rate analysis released

An extensive review of Western Australia’s mineral royalty system has been released by Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Marmion.

Mining

Funding approved for Outback Way in Queensland

$11 million in Australian Government funding has been approved for upgrade works on almost 50 kilometres of Queensland’s section of the legendary Outback Way.

Roads

Approved: Northern Territory Outback Way funding

FUNDING for Stage 1 of the Northern Territory section of the Outback Way has been approved by the Australian Government.

Roads

Traffic lights to be switched on at Lambrick Avenue & Farrar Boulevard

The Northern Territory Government is continuing to look after Territorians to ensure their safety on our roads is paramount, with the upgrade to a busy Palmerston intersection.

Roads

Way forward for Kimberley National Park

The magnificent Mitchell Plateau will be included in a new Kimberley National Park, thanks to an historic agreement between the State Government, Rio Tinto and Alcoa of Australia.

Parks & Outdoor

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Storefront News

Optimised safety and security measures

Optimised safety and security measures

Magnetic Automation recently installed light curtains on an MCG Cantilever Gate at a high-end security facility.

Buildings

Paperless inspection application on CipherLab RS30 mobile device to be presented at CeMat 2015, 5-7 May, Sydney

Paperless inspection application on CipherLab RS30 mobile device to be presented at CeMat 2015, 5-7 May, Sydney

Pervidi paperless data collection and safety application allows real time automation when used in conjunction with rugged mobile devices by CipherLab.

Buildings

University of Wollongong

University of Wollongong

A Case study on creating comfortable timber table settings that have the flexibility to be moved and relocated.

Parks & Outdoor

CAPITAL SAFETY™ AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND INTRODUCE THE SAFRIG™& EMU™FALL PROTECTION SYSTEMS

CAPITAL SAFETY™ AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND INTRODUCE THE SAFRIG™& EMU™FALL PROTECTION SYSTEMS

Capital Safety, the global leader in fall protection has announced the launch of two new DBI-SALA® access products to their FlexiGuard™ Engineered Systems range.

Buildings

LED boom gates for increased safety visibility

LED boom gates for increased safety visibility

Magnetic Automation recently installed three MHTM boom gates at a caravan park.

Buildings

Sydney Fish Markets

Sydney Fish Markets

A case study into increasing the seating capacity to cater for regular, large crowds in this busy, public eatery area.

Parks & Outdoor

Step it up

Step it up

When an unsafe walkway at Merbein in Victoria, was closed. Mildura Rural City Council had a vision of what it wanted to achieve with a new structure, but was faced with a site where access was restricted due to a steep escarpment.

Parks & Outdoor

A different post top luminaire from WE-EF - RMC320 LED

A different post top luminaire from WE-EF - RMC320 LED

The RMC320 is a post top luminaire that shares the same features as the WE-EF range of LED street and area lighting luminaires. It is ideal for illuminating urban spaces – from public parks and pedestrian zones to bike paths and residential ...

Buildings

PolyGard® Refrigerant Gas Transmitter ADT43 20XX with Semi-conductor Sensor

PolyGard® Refrigerant Gas Transmitter ADT43 20XX with Semi-conductor Sensor

Refrigerant gas transmitter with semi-conductor sensor monitors leak detection for refrigerants. The semi-conductor typical, non-linear signal is translated into a linear, temperature-compensated output signal.

Buildings

Brolga lends it support

Brolga lends it support

At the Sun Bistro in Byron Bay NSW, the Brolga Bollard has been used to create an innovative car park barrier.

Parks & Outdoor

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