Residents in Ormond and Bentleigh were delighted on Monday as the revamped stations re-opened, 2 days ahead of schedule.
The Queensland building industry is set for a $100 million boost thanks to an influx of government funded housing constructions.
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.
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.
Construction on the 42 bed Salvation Army Aged Care Plus Centre will begin shortly after receiving $544,150 in funding from the State Government.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Recent figures have shown that Victoria has seen a 9.8% ($986 million) spike in construction activity since June 2015.
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.