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$31.5 million Henbury School opened

Minister Eva Lawler has officially opened the $31.5 million state of the art Henbury School in the Northern Territory. The school was built to facilitate growing enrolments for students with high support special needs in Darwin in the near future.

Mackay housing construction and maintenance works to support local construction jobs

The Palaszczuk Government is investing $13.4 million to modernise public housing across the Mackay Whitsunday region.

Exploration Data Centre beneficiary of $5 million expansion

Natural Resources and Mines Minister Dr Anthony Lynham has today revealed the expanded Exploration Data Centre in Zilmere. The new centre will facilitate the housing of 810 km of rock samples essential to explorers and academics.

SA Mining project granted $200,000 in Government funding

A magnesite mining operation will be established shortly after the SA Government confirmed that they will be able to receive a grant of $200,000.

McMahons Point Ferry Wharf upgrades complete

Passenger services will resume on Thursday after the rejuvenated McMahons Point Ferry Wharf upgrade works were completed.

Castlemaine Secondary College receives new education facilities

Premier Daniel Andrews today joined local Member Maree Edwards at Castlemaine Secondary College to unveil the innovative new engineers’ precinct.

Townsville Hospital's Children's Ward expansion works begin

Construction has begun on the $6.6 million expansion and redevelopment of The Townsville Hospital’s children’s ward.

Tasmania Port upgraded

Tasmania’s Port infrastructure has received a significant upgrade, made in time to host the largest ever liner to travel to Tasmania. The works aimed to enhance and upgrade the capacity of the Macquarie 2 and 3 wharves.

Contract awarded for Tasmanian level crossing upgrades

The Hodgman Liberal Government has reaffirmed their commitment to a better freight system in Tasmania after announcing that Gradco and NuGroup have been granted the contract to upgrade 10 level crossings.

Sydney Metro track works progressing well

NSW Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance has today revealed that the track works for Sydney Metro are progressing very well.

Albury line to receive extra train

The Albury rail line is set to receive an extra train after the Andrews Labor Government commissioned works to provide extra support for the regions rail network.

24 new classrooms to be built at Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community High School

Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community High School is set to receive up to 24 new classrooms as part of major works to revamp the school.

Yarra Ranges Tech School construction works begin

Works have begun on a new Tech School in the Yarra Ranges that will transform the region into an innovative hub for education.

Remote and Indigenous councils encouraged to apply for extra infrastructure funding

A one-off special round of funding will open on Monday as part of the of the Palaszczuk Government’s $375 million ‘Building our Regions’ infrastructure program.

Bill Fulton Bridge duplication contract awarded

The Queensland Government has revealed that a contract has now been awarded for the Bill Fulton Bridge duplication. The contract was secured today by a joint venture between Albem Operations and Highway Construction.

Collinsville mine recommencing production

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Minister for State Development and Natural Resources and Mines Dr Anthony Lynham have today revealed that Collinsville mine, one of Queensland’s oldest state mines will be back in production shortly.

$540 million 'Roe 8' contract approved

The Western Australian Liberal National Government have announced that they have approved the preliminary contract that will see the Roe 8 project built. Roe 8 is a transport initiative that aims to improve traffic flow across southern Perth.

Airport North roads project granted approval

The NSW Government’s Airport North project has received the relevant approvals needed, which will now grant Roads and Maritime Services the ability to further the project whilst also progressing works on the Airport East and West upgrades.

Melbourne's Inner City school plans progress to next stage

Up to 5,000 extra student places will be available in Melbourne’s inner city thanks to plans to build 4 new schools in the area.

Cobbler Creek Recreation Park receives new children's playground

Cobbler Creek Recreation Park has received a new state of the art children’s playground thanks to the State Government’s $1 million investment in the parks facilities.

Storefront News

Boom gates essential for a safe landing

Rotech’s boom gate solution plays an important role in getting patients who are air lifted to Tamworth hospital quickly and safely from the heli-pad into the emergency department for treatment.


Progress on Harbour Drive Streetscape

We recently blogged on the Harbour Drive Streetscape Upgrade in Coffs Harbour, NSW. The project is moving forward and progressing well.


7th Annual Northern Territory Major Projects Conference

For a seventh consecutive year, the 7th Annual NT Major Projects Conference convenes again at the Darwin Convention Centre on the 6-7th November.

Buildings | Mining | Parks & Outdoor | Ports | Railways | Roads

No Drip Spray Nozzle conserves liquid, fits in tight spaces

EXAIR's patented ¼” No Drip Internal Mix Deflected Flat Fan Atomizing Spray Nozzle atomises fluid and sprays at a right angle to the nozzle orientation.


Detector Tubes in National Security

Detector Tubes offer a quick, reliable and a cost-effective means of detecting hazardous and toxic chemical agents helping professionals to quickly respond to terror attacks.


Brighten up your concrete surface

This residential project consisted of installing LATICRETE SPARTACOTE® Metallic concrete coatings at the Revere House in Washington D.C.


Keeping breweries safe by monitoring carbon dioxide

The majority of Carbon Dioxide gas in beverage industry is used during carbonating process. It is also used in fermentation and refrigeration.


Benefits of a Mobile Field Service Application

Mobile Field Service Applications are used across all industries, no matter where businesses are located. These paperless applications remain crucial to improving performance, saving time and money while increasing future business opportunities.


TETRIS Linear Wall Washing Downlight from BoscoLighting

New to our shop lighting range, Tetris Linear Wall Washer downlight series is designed to reduce glare and for architectural lighting.


Infrastructure Developments Signal Revitalisation for Brisbane City

Brisbane is soon to boast the best runway system in the world with the construction of the New Parallel Runway (NPR), the biggest aviation project in Australia, currently underway.

Ports | Railways | Roads