New measures to minimise the cost of tendering and maximise the spread of work for small and medium construction contractors are expected to bring forward more than 1000 local jobs and 24 projects.
The final two tunnel boring machines have been launched to continue progress on the Melbourne Metro Tunnel Project.
Early works will begin soon on the new Charles Darwin University City Campus with tenders expected to be issued to shortlisted contractors soon.
Contractors have been invited to submit a Request for Proposal to deliver METRONET’s Lakelands Station, as part of the Western Australian Government’s early contract involvement process.
A new national safety initiative called the Site Safety Alliance aims to make it easier, faster and more cost-effective to engage workers in a culture of safety.
Tenders are now open to deliver a detailed design for a new art gallery at the State Square Precinct in Darwin’s CBD.
Trimble has launched an automatic screed control system to improve the accuracy and productivity in applications of asphalt paving.
A tender has been released to engage geotechnical experts for investigation works on on the final 10.5 kilometres of South Australia’s North-South Corridor project.
A landmark power purchase agreement will allow for the construction of Australia’s largest solar farm, the $570 million Western Downs Green Power Hub in south east Queensland.
Queensland’s Coordinator-General has declared the proposed $2.9 billion Urannah Dam a coordinated project, which has the potential to create up to 1200 construction jobs.
The Australian Performance of Construction Index has dropped by 16.3 points to 21.6 in April, the weakest overall performance of the construction industry since the survey began in September 2005.
Mirvac Group has lodged a planning application to build a 31-storey office tower at 383 La Trobe Street, Melbourne.