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.
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Four new bridges at Fiery, Boundary, Lonely and Cut Creeks on the Peak Downs Highway between Eton and Nebo in Queensland are now fully complete and open to traffic, helping to keep the region open for business during wet weather.Read More
Work will soon begin to widen the West Gate Freeway and build the citybound entrance for the West Gate Tunnel.Read More
The Territory Labor Government has released a $40 million tender to realign and seal Gunn Point Road.Read More
Important safety works are on the way for the Golden Highway, with a crucial intersection upgrade starting soon at Cobbora Road, west of Dunedoo.Read More
Almost 3.5 kilometres of the Kennedy Developmental Road in north Queensland have been sealed and widened under the Northern Australia Roads Program (NARP), improving safety for all drivers in the region.Read More
The landmark $497.3 million Mackay Ring Road project is taking another step forward with the start of piling works at the new Pioneer River crossing.Read More
Works are getting underway to repair the Gold Coast–Springbrook Road and Lamington National Park Road following damage caused by Severe Tropical Cyclone Debbie last year.Read More
Sections of two new eastbound lanes of the Princes Highway duplication between Traralgon and Sale are now open to traffic.Read More
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.Railways | Roads Read More
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.Railways | Roads Read More
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.Roads Read More
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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.Roads Read More
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In our previous post, we spoke about the importance of city lighting. Lighting helps improve safety, reduces crime and also...Read More
There are many activities involved in creating lively, safe and sustainable spaces in the city. Just like pavements, good roads,...Read More