The Commonwealth and Northern Territory Governments will support infrastructure construction jobs across the NT by jointly investing an additional $53 million to deliver shovel-ready infrastructure projects and urgent road safety upgrades.…
The Commonwealth and Queensland Governments will support infrastructure construction jobs across Queensland by jointly investing an additional $415 million to deliver shovel-ready infrastructure projects and urgent road safety upgrades.
The $400 million Tonkin Gap contract has been awarded to the Tonkin Gap Alliance, fast tracking the project and unlocking thousands of local jobs with works expected to commence in September.
The Morrison and McGowan Governments will support construction jobs across Western Australia by jointly investing an additional $223 million to deliver shovel-ready infrastructure projects and urgent road safety upgrades.
New details of the METRONET Morley-Ellenbrook Line have been unveiled with today’s release of the Project Definition Plan.
Designs have been revealed for the River’s Edge and Willis Street buildings – the final major buildings of the University of Tasmania’s new Launceston campus.
A safer level crossing, increased car parking and improved pedestrian and bike access are some of the top priorities identified by the Lindum Station Precinct Study.
The Morrison and Marshall Governments have announced the preferred design for the Ovingham Level Crossing Removal Project, elevating Torrens Road over the Gawler and freight railway lines.
Australia’s first Mission Control Centre is one step closer to lift off with local company Saber Astronautics chosen to establish the state-of-the-art space hub in Adelaide.
Local workers will begin construction this year on the Stephenson Avenue Extension after local company, Densford Civil Pty Ltd, were today announced as the preferred tenderer for phase one of the project.
An independent survey of Gold Coast residents and businesses has shown overwhelming support for the Coomera Connector.
The inner west of Sydney will be given a $1.3 million infrastructure boost with the Morrison Government unlocking funds toward planning for upgrades to Homebush Bay Drive.
Commuters will enjoy a smoother run on both the Mitchell and Kwinana freeways this week with additional lanes opening and speed limits returned to 100kmh.
New images of the proposed Charles Darwin University’s (CDU) Education and Community Precinct showcase the transformation for one of the most exciting developments in Darwin’s history.
Construction will start this year on the around $11 billion Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport rail, locking in thousands of jobs and providing a long-term economic boost to the Western Sydney and New South Wales economies during the COVID-19…