All TBMs now digging Metro Tunnel project

The last tunnel boring machine has been launched on Melbourne’s Metro Tunnel project from the site of the future Arden Station in North Melbourne.

Instant asset write-off scheme extended by six months

The Federal Government has extended the $150,000 instant asset write-off for another six months to 31 December 2020.

Bridge beams installed to remove Evans Road level crossing

Construction crews have worked around the clock at the Evans Road level crossing in Lyndhurst, Melbourne, to install seven massive bridge beams.

Understanding the buyer journey in B2B Marketing

Inside Construction explains the buyer journey and how to maximise your chance of sales success.

Integrated mastless grade control: John Deere

Road building and site development contractors can now reap the benefits of John Deere SmartGrade in the successful G-Series motor grader line.

Supporting workplace mental health crucial post-pandemic

Construction companies of all sizes have faced a challenging few months but caring for the mental wellbeing of workers should be a key priority as we ease out of the COVID-19 lockdown.

Fund invests $207M into infrastructure for drought-affected communities

More than 160 new local infrastructure projects will be built in drought-affected communities as part of a $207 million investment under round four of the Federal Government’s Building Better Regions Fund.

Rail sleeper project brought forward to support construction jobs

The Victorian Government has brought an $8.1 million rail sleeper replacement project forward to support jobs for rail track workers, suppliers and contractors during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Construction of solar trees to create 120 jobs

Construction of two eight-to-12-metre tall ‘solar trees’ at the North Queensland Stadium precinct is expected to create 120 direct and indirect jobs.

Designs finalised for $121.5M Port Hedland Spoilbank Marina project

Early works and tendering are set to begin within months on the Western Australian Government’s $121.5 million Port Hedland Spoilbank Marina project.

Ovingham Level Crossing Removal Project design confirmed

Ward Civil is currently managing one of its most challenging projects at Barangaroo, in Sydney’s Darling Harbour.

Building material recycler relies on high-performance Gates belts

Ever since Melbourne-based construction and demolition material recycler, City Circle Group, was introduced to the high-performance Gates belts a few years ago, there’s been no looking back for them.