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Rail boost as Ormond and Bentleigh train stations open early

Residents in Ormond and Bentleigh were delighted on Monday as the revamped stations re-opened, 2 days ahead of schedule.


400 new homes to be constructed in Queensland by July 2017

The Queensland building industry is set for a $100 million boost thanks to an influx of government funded housing constructions.


Moora Residential College to receive $8.7 million upgrade

Located in Wheatbelt, the Moora Residential College will be receiving some modern and overhauled facilities thanks to $8.7 million in funding from the Liberal National Government's Royalties for Regions program.


Draft master plan released for University Square redevelopment

University square is set to be transformed into a greener and much larger open space as part of plans to upgrade the area. Over 200 trees will be planted within the redeveloped square, which is set to be expanded by 8700 square metres.


Mossman boosted by first Aged Care Facility

Construction on the 42 bed Salvation Army Aged Care Plus Centre will begin shortly after receiving $544,150 in funding from the State Government.


Sheffield School the beneficiary of upgraded science facilities

Students at Sheffield School will now have access modern science facilities thanks to being the beneficiary of a $500,000 upgrade courtesy of the Hodgman-Liberal Government.


New $3.5 million BMX track coming to South Adelaide

South Adelaide will be the recipient of a new world class BMX track thanks to $3.5 million in funding grants. The new BMX track will be named after Sam Willoughby, a local Olympic silver medallist.


North Queensland Stadium project set for initial expressions of interest

Queensland leader Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced that expressions of interest will be sought starting today for principal consultants to put forward design teams to begin works on North Queensland Stadium’s new stadium.


First works on Adelaide’s Festival Plaza redevelopment set to begin imminently

The SA Government has today revealed that Lendlease, a construction and development company, has won the $21 million contract to separate vehicle and pedestrian traffic by lowering Festival Drive.


Government pledges $4.2 million to fix Tasmanian roads 'Black Spots'

Minister for Infrastructure and Transport Darren Chester and Tasmanian Minister for Infrastructure Rene Hidding have today jointly revealed the next stage of the national ‘Black Spot’ program.


Victorian construction industry sees 9.8% spike in activity

Recent figures have shown that Victoria has seen a 9.8% ($986 million) spike in construction activity since June 2015.


Rail infrastructure in Central West set for $8.8 million overhaul

Plans this month have been released to replace 18 bridges and 69 bridge piers on the Central West line as part of the Palaszcuk Government’s third stage of its program to replace, repair and upgrade old timber rail bridges.


Margaret River set to benefit from new mountain bike trail

The Margaret River region is set to benefit from another tourism attraction, as construction begins on a new world class mountain bike trail.


Monash University Clayton set for $45 million Theatre redevelopment

Steve Herbert, Minister for Training and Skills has today announced that Monash University’s Alexander Theatre is set for a $45 million redevelopment project.


Operation moving traffic looking to improve traffic flow and safety

Operation Moving Traffic is an initiative started by the South Australian State Government to formulate and develop basic solutions to tackle congestion and safety concerns at a low cost to the taxpayer.


Have your say on Southbank Boulevard’s transformation

The City of Melbourne is currently inviting residents to share their thoughts on the $15.9 million proposal to transform Southbank Boulevard and Dodds Street.


Important works planned for Wentworth Falls Station

Transport for NSW has recently announced that important works are set to start at Wentworth Falls Station.


Construction plans finalised for Mackay Ring Road project

Works on the proposed Mackay Ring Road are set to begin imminently after Minister for Main Roads and Road Safety Mark Bailey announced that plans for the construction have been finalised by the Queensland Government.


Concept designs revealed for $100 million Adelaide city high school

Concept designs have been revealed for Adelaide’s second city high school.


NSW Double decker trains set to boost intercity travel

Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance today unveiled the next generation of trains that will operate in NSW from 2019.


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Massive Modular Greenroof

We recently completed a project using Elmich Modular Extensive Planting Trays (MEP Trays) MEP Tray is essentially a shallow planter designed specifically for extensive planting over roof tops.

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Final Countdown: Australia’s Largest Public Lighting Summit Convenes in One Week

The 2016 edition of Australia’s largest annual Smart Lighting Summit, with smart and sustainable lighting as a central theme on the agenda, once again convenes in Melbourne next week from the 6th to the 7th of September.

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PolyXeta II – sensor series for combustible and toxic gases in Zone 1 and Zone 2 with SIL 2

Wherever combustible or toxic substances are stored, bottled, processed or transported, the hazard potential caused by gases and vapours is particularly high.

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New bollards magnificent in Mullaloo

The City of Joondalup, Western Australia has chosen our 100 mm bollards in brown for Tom Simpkins Park in Mullaloo, a northern coastal suburb of Perth.

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Bestech wins best product for "PLC, HMI & Sensor Product" category in the 2016 PACE Zenith Awards

Bestech Australia has been named the winner of the “Best PLC, HMI & Sensor Product” category at the August 2016 Process And Control Engineering (PACE) Zenith Awards.

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Experience the Change For the air quality monitoring in car parks

GasAlarm Systems in association with MSR-Electronic have developed an innovative exchangeable sensor “X-Change” that can be replaced without a specialist!

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Celmec Heatray TRH at Westfield Knox

Celmec has recently completed a number of installations in Westfield Knox, Victoria, as a part of the refurbishments and upgrades to the Ozone precinct.

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Effective Track Lighting from BoscoLighting

New options for commercial space lighting here! With an ever-expanding range of products for commercial and retail applications - BoscoLighting has always been the best place to look for edgy and practical lighting solutions!

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Laticrete Haymarket Streetscape Project

Check it out - what a great looking streetscape, located on the corner of Thomas and Harris Street, Haymarket NSW. The project consisted of laying down 60mm thick pavers over 640m2 using a range of Laticrete materials.

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