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Western Sydney Stadium Design Plans Revealed

Plans for Parramatta’s brand new stadium have been unveiled today after NSW Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Sport, Stuart Ayres, announced that Lendlease will take control of the project to design and build Western Sydney Stadium.

Margaret River Cultural Centre to receive $3.05 million redevelopment

Regional Development Minister Terry Redman has revealed that $3.05 million will be invested by the Liberal National Government into Margaret River’s Cultural Centre redevelopment as part of the state’s Royalties for Regions initiative.

Tasmanian rail upgrades creating construction jobs and improving safety

Minister for Infrastructure Rene Hidding has today revealed that Stubbs Construction, a locally owned and operated business has been chosen to deliver South Burnie Rail Yard’s $5.5 million upgrade.

Local community encouraged to share feedback on Merrylands Station Commuter Car Park upgrade

The local Merrylands community have been invited to share their thoughts on the potential upgrade of Merrylands Station’s commuter car park.

Andrews Labor Government considering rail telecommunications upgrade

The Andrews Labor Government will consider a proposal that will see telecommunications on Melbourne’s train system significantly improved to help provide and deliver more accurate and up to date information for passengers.

Road sealing works begin at Kalbarri National Park

Works have started to seal 22 kilometres of the Loop-Z Bend Road as part of the Liberal National Government's $20 million Royalties for Regions-funded Kalbarri Skywalk project.

Subsurface investigations begin in preparation for WA's new museum

Subsurface investigations have begun recently at the proposed site of Western Australia’s newest museum to prepare for the significant construction works that will begin in 2017.

24 extra rail services announced in New South Wales to meet growing demands

Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance today revealed that the NSW Government has ordered 24 Waratah-style trains to help alleviate congestion issues across the state.

Tunnelling works begin on new M5

Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Roads Duncan Gay were today present at the site of the New M5 to witness tunnelling works begin on the critical road infrastructure project.

Victorian Police to receive new modern facilities

Parliamentary Secretary for Regional Victoria Danielle Greene has today revealed that Wedderburn will receive a new police station as part of the states police infrastructure blitz.

Carmichael coal and rail project granted final approval

The $21.7 billion Carmichael coal and rail project has received its required final major State and Federal Government approval this week.

Construction works begin on Adelaide's Festival Plaza redevelopment

Construction works have started on Adelaide Festival Plaza’s redevelopment that will help revitalise the Adelaide Riverbank precinct.

Northern Territory Government provides $5 million public housing boost

Construction works will pick up pace in Northern Territory in the coming months after the Northern Territory Government announced $5 million in extra funds will be made available for public housing works.

Contract awarded for Ballarat Station Precinct revitalisation

Premier Daniel Andrews has revealed that the contract to revitalise Ballarat Station Precinct has been awarded to Pellicano Group.

Victorian State Government aiming to reduce construction times

Reforming Public Construction, a paper investigation public construction project was recently made public by Treasurer Tim Pallas, The paper aims to identify and formulate reforms that will serve to shorten project times and make them more efficient.

Queenslanders invited to share their thoughts on new state building plan

A discussion paper has been released that will allow Queenslanders to have their say on the future of Queensland’s building and construction industry.

Frankston Primary School Upgrade works begin

Minister for Education James Merlino and Member for Frankston Paul Edbrooke were present at Frankston primary School to kick off construction on the $850,000 upgrade.

Significant upgrade planned for Portland Road

Lockhart River is set to receive upwards of $4 million in Government grants thanks to the Palaszczuk Government’s $70 million local government infrastructure and jobs boost that was revealed early in 2016.

Construction works progressing well on Glenorchy Health Centre project

The Glenorchy Health Centre project is currently on track to be completed in December, with construction works currently progressing well.

Melbourne CBD set for over 250 road and traffic management upgrades

The State Government today revealed that $25 million worth of road upgrades will be undertaken in the next few years at over 250 locations in preparation for Melbourne’s Metro Tunnel.

Storefront News

Glen Iris Wetlands

The Glen Iris Wetlands in Victoria is a significant conservation area for fauna and flora and is now home to a boardwalk that perfectly complements this sensitive environment.

Parks & Outdoor

Celmec's IRH-G at St Johns Park Bowling Club

The St Johns Park Bowling Club has recently installed eleven of Celmec’s Heatray Infrared Gas Heaters (IRH-G) with the new ceiling suspension kits.


Arco Architectural Systems- Commercial Door Solutions

Arco Architectural Systems- Arcade 3 Aluminium Roller Shutter. With plenty of options to meet operational performance and aesthetic architectural requirements.


Traffic Conditions on Victorian Roads – Projections for the Future

As urban Melbourne continues to struggle with increased traffic congestion, experts will convene at the 9th Annual Victorian Transport Infrastructure Conference 2017 to discuss solutions for combatting overcrowded city conditions.


Why supply voltage to Electric Radiant Heaters is critical

This report provides a brief analysis of the relationship between supply voltage to an electric radiant heater and the level of comfort heating provided as measured by black globe temperatures.

Buildings | Parks & Outdoor

What options are available for commercial awnings?

A recent tragedy in which Sydney CBD in which a man fell from the 10th storey of a high rise building before smashing through a glass awning and onto a pathway has prompted interest in alternatives to glass for awnings.


Sustainable living

The Ecovillage at Currumbin is an international award winning sustainable community located in south-east Queensland.


Batten and Troffer Tube Light from BoscoLighting

A value tube lighting solution is our light tube series, providing a complete alternative to inefficient fluorescent lighting. Suitable for those 24/7 areas, our product is designed for better efficiency and longer life.


Thermofilm Commercial Project: King of the Castle Cafe, Geelong West

King of the Castle brings a unique, personalised coffee experience to everyone that loves coffee, located in Geelong West, Victoria.


Hot Weather and High MVER

It is normally this time of the year that we issue high temperature alerts and warn of their effects on tile installation systems.