Works on the $716 million Thornlie-Cockburn Link are progressing well, with almost 500 workers now engaged on the project and further jobs to be created as construction ramps up.
Perth’s first Smart Freeway is officially open, with southern suburbs drivers on the Kwinana Freeway northbound the first to experience a faster, safer and more reliable journey.
The Government has reappointed Mrs Fiona Balfour and Mr Timothy Eddy as
non-executive Directors of Western Sydney Airport (WSA Co) for three year terms.
Hobart’s City Deal is delivering for the Tasmanian capital with the first annual report show casing a boost for the local economy through job-creating investments.
Construction has started on an all-purpose, recreational hub at Deerbush Park as part of the Western Sydney City Deal.
An alliance of local WA companies has been named as the preferred proponent to deliver much needed upgrades to the Leach Highway and Welshpool Road intersection.
Work has begun on the $125 million Stephenson Avenue Extension project in the City of Stirling.
Proposals to develop, design and construct a new Swan River Crossing in Fremantle are officially being sought from industry.
Close to 200 new girders have been lifted into place over Oxley Creek, continuing momentum on the $400 million Ipswich Motorway upgrade.
Across Queensland the Morrison-McCormack Government is building the road and rail infrastructure for Queenslanders now and into the future.
Community consultation is underway for future upgrades to the Gateway Motorway and Bruce Highway.
Construction has begun on a new Tahmoor District Sporting Complex, with a vision to create a district level sports precinct that will meet the long-term needs of Wollondilly.
A local Darwin company has kicked off work on the site for Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) new Education and Community Precinct.
Local motorists are reaping the benefits of Penrith’s The Northern Road and Derby Street intersection upgrade with construction on the project now complete.
The $141 million Flinders Link Project is starting to take shape as work begins this week to lay close to three kilometres of new rail.