NSW awards $2B tunnelling contract for Sydney Metro West

The Gamuda Australia and Laing O’Rourke Consortium have won a $2.16 billion contract to deliver the next stage of tunnelling on the Sydney Metro West project.

Snowy 2.0 partners with TAFE NSW

The NSW Government will recruit and train young people to work on the Snowy 2.0 project under a landmark partnership between TAFE NSW and the project’s principal contractor, Future Generation Joint Venture.

Contract won for Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport line

CPB Contractors and United Infrastructure have won a $538.5 million contract to deliver alignment works for the Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport line.

More time and planning for tunnel projects is the key to functional cities

As traffic density continues to increase with population, keeping society from grinding to a halt often rests on our tunnel infrastructure.

Building begins on $60M Adelaide townhouse development

Construction is underway on the $60 million Otto Townhomes development, in Stepney, Adelaide.

Funding secured for $350M Chevron One tower

Bensons Property Group has secured funding for the construction of Chevron One, a 41-storey residential tower currently being developed on the Gold Coast.

Developer lodges plans for $30M QLD community

Sunshine Coast-based developed, Cube Developments, has lodged plans for a $30 million residential community called Lumeah.

VHBA appoints builders for new ambulance branches

Builders have been appointed to construct new ambulance branches in Clyde North, Epping and Oak Park, Melbourne.

Set your next project up for success with document control

While the era of paper-based processes underpinning construction, design and project management is becoming a distant memory, digital transformation across the industry is still noticeably protracted.

Aphex helps Costain’s team turn their engineers into planners

If you’ve sat through hours of traffic due to congestion, you’ll undoubtedly understand the real need for junction improvements to reduce journey times, lower the risk of accidents, reduce carbon emissions and improve the economic growth in the local areas.

Data, trust and digitalisation are key to construction comeback in 2022

The local construction industry grappled with a series of extreme challenges in 2021. These will continue in 2022, but they present an opportunity for the sector to start taking small steps that pave the way to better problem solving.