Poles

Poles have the ability to serve a large variety of purposes. They are often used to hang lights, particularly along roads and within open areas. Poles are also used to hand signs and banners, usually to signify festive occasions or special events. Poles can even be used decoratively.

There are a large range of different Poles and Pole products on the ProjectLink online database, which range in both height and size. Many suppliers offer custom solutions, especially considering the rise of smart lighting technology and electronics now used inside our structures.

ProjectLink has an incredible range of Poles Product & Services, featuring the best suppliers relevant to your business. Simply head on over to the search bar above to search your query and while browsing our products. We recommend contacting your nearest supplier for more details about how best they can add value to your operations.

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New overtaking lanes opened on Great Eastern Highway

The Western Australian Government has completed works on 15 new overtaking lanes on Great Eastern Highway in the Goldfields region.

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New Upper Warrell Creek Bridge nearing completion

The final 20 girders needed to build the Warrell Creek bridge are now being put in place, bringing completion of the $380 million upgrade of the Warrell Creek to Nambucca Heads section of the Pacific Highway one step closer.

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Mordialloc Bypass geotech works begin

The Andrews Labor Government has announced that important geotechnical investigations will start shortly within the Waterways estate wetlands to enable the project to progress to its next stage.

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$13.6 million to fix 50 road 'black spots' in Victoria

Fifty dangerous sections of road in Victoria will be upgraded to improve safety for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists under a $13.6 million investment in the state's roads under the Coalition Government's Black Spots Programme.

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Gawler East Link Road approved

A new road linking Main North Road to residential developments east of Gawler has been given the green light, paving the way for jobs and further investment in Adelaide’s north.

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$13.6 million to fix 50 road 'black spots' in Victoria

Fifty dangerous sections of road in Victoria will be upgraded to improve safety for drivers, pedestrians and cyclists under a $13.6 million investment in the state's roads under the Coalition Government's Black Spots Programme.

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Metro Tunnel Works Ramp Up On St Kilda Road

Work on new tracks that will carry trams around the massive Domain construction site will ramp up next month as part of the Andrews Labor Government $11 billion Metro Tunnel Project.

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Works Start on Caloundra to Sunshine Motorway Upgrade

Major construction has officially commenced on the $929.3 million Bruce Highway Upgrade—Caloundra Road to Sunshine Motorway project, which will increase safety and ease congestion for around 40,000 motorists who use the route daily.

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Queensland Transport Infrastructure Conference supports growing transport infrastructure sector

The 7th Annual Queensland Transport Infrastructure Conference was held last week at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre to an audience of more than 200 delegates.

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Melbourne Metro Rail Project Federal Budget funding boost

The Australian government has announced $857 million in funding towards the development of the Melbourne Metro Rail Project as part of the Federal Budget 2016/17.

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Victorian government’s on-going commitment towards state infrastructure

Expected to create more than 100,000 new jobs, the Victorian government has unveiled plans in the 2015 state budget to commit $22 billion towards public infrastructure over the next four years.

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Townsville Port Expansion increases capacity for mineral export

Situated in Cleveland Bay on the north-eastern coast of Queensland, the Port of Townsville is the third largest seaport in Queensland and plays a large role in supporting the Queensland economy.

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DIY pothole repair made easy with QPR available online delivered to your door

A small pothole can turn into a costly asphalt repair and reconstruction job. Now homeowners are taking matters into their own hands with QPR instant pothole repair.

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Say no to potholes with QPR pavement repair

Leading cold mix asphalt material QPR is now distributed by Earthco Projects in Victoria, NSW and Tasmania.

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