The Morrison Government has unlocked a $50 million infrastructure investment boost for safety improvements along Appin Road in Western Sydney.
An economic and local jobs boost is on its way for Launceston following today’s announcement of the successful tenderer for construction of the University of Tasmania’s new Library and Student Experience building.
The Morrison Government has unlocked $5 million for congestion-busting upgrades to the Fitzsimons Lane and Main Road corridor in Eltham.
Proposals for the design and construction of the $93 million Leach Highway and Welshpool Road Interchange project are now open for submission.
Commuters will have their first look at the Mango Hill station car park upgrade that will boost parking capacity to more than 400 spaces.
Preferred options for the car park upgrade have been released for public feedback until 5 June.
Tonkin Gap Alliance has been selected as preferred proponent to build the Tonkin Gap project and associated works for the METRONET Morley-Ellenbrook Line, marking another step forward for Western Australia’s infrastructure works program.
Balcatta-based company PS Structures Pty Ltd is the preferred proponent to build a multi-storey car park, increasing capacity at Mandurah Station by about 700 bays.
Works have started on the $1 billion Pacific Motorway upgrade from Varsity Lakes to Tugun, the Gold Coast’s largest road project.
Infrastructure Australia has given its tick of approval to two Western Australian rail infrastructure projects, which will create more than 9,000 job opportunities and provide a welcome boost to the economy.
Two building contractors have been shortlisted to kick start the the $215 million Mitchell Freeway extension from Hester Avenue in Clarkson to Romeo Road in Alkimos.
The Federal Liberal and Nationals Government is continuing to work closely with the construction sector during this unprecedented pandemic to ensure longevity and job creation throughout and on the other side of COVID-19.
The latest section of the $1.6 billion Northern Road upgrade has opened to traffic this morning after the completion of a new 5.5 km stretch of road.
The biggest road infrastructure project in WA’s history, the $1.02 billion NorthLink WA is now fully open, providing a free-flowing link between Morley and Muchea, doubling road capacity and improving journey times and productivity.
National agreement has been reached to ensure planning approvals maintain their usual pace throughout the COVID-19 pandemic which will protect jobs, businesses and the economy now and into the future.
The $112.5 million Murdoch Drive Connection fully opens to traffic on Monday, marking another major infrastructure milestone in Perth’s southern suburbs.