Milestone reached on Sydenham Station upgrade

Five massive roof canopies have been lifted into place at Sydenham Station, as part of a major construction operation for the Sydney Metro project.

Thousands of jobs up for grabs on North East Link

More than 10,000 jobs and millions of dollars worth in contracts are up for grabs as the Victorian Government encourages small and medium businesses to get involved with the $15.8 billion North East Link project.

Tenders to open on Brisbane Metro depot project

Works are ramping up on the $944 million Brisbane Metro project as the Brisbane City Council begins finalising the procurement process for the depot design and construction tender.

McConnell Dowell wins major airport infrastructure contract

Auckland International Airport has awarded its Terminal Development Plan Fuel Diversion and Fuel Network Compliance Stage two and three contracts to McConnell Dowell.

Fishermans Bend vertical school under construction

Construction has begun on a vertical school in Fishermans Bend, Port Melbourne, which will be four storeys tall and cater for up to 1100 students.

Midland Station to relocate to improve connectivity

Perth’s Midland Station will be relocated closer to the town centre and health campus after 50 years since its opening.

NAIF spends $300M on Darwin ship lift

The Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility will invest $300 million into the largest ship lift in Northern Australia, to be built in Darwin.

SA Govt appoints bushfire rebuild coordinator

A new senior role in the South Australian Government has been created to help rebuild Kangaroo Island and the Adelaide Hills in the wake of devastating bushfires.

Contractors sought for Morley-Ellenbrook Line project

Builders and designers are being sought to deliver the Morley-Ellenbrook Line and are encouraged to apply to the Request for Proposal released to market.

ADCO celebrates topping out of NSW DPI hub

Construction on the New South Wales Department of Planning, Industry and Environment’s new hub has reached a major milestone, topping out ahead of schedule.

Key construction trades in short supply for 2020

Certain trades are in short supply, with an extra 3160 electricians, 960 plasterers and 840 tilers needed over the next three years to satisfy demand in Queensland, according to Construction Skills Queensland.

New home construction hits seven-year low

The number of new homes built during the September 2019 quarter has dropped by 11.7 per cent, falling to its lowest point since early 2013 according to Australian Bureau of Statistics and Master Builders Australia.