Aurecon Global Chief People Officer named Young Executive of the Year

Aurecon Global Chief People Officer named Young Executive of the Year

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//July 17, 2017

Liam Hayes is one of six young executives recognised in the Australian Financial Review BOSS magazine’s ‘Young Executives of the Year’ awards.

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Contract awarded for $35.5 million bridge works in NT

Contract awarded for $35.5 million bridge works in NT

Posted in Bridges, Latest News, Project Report//July 17, 2017

Bridge replacement works will begin at Big Horse and Little Horse Creeks on the Victoria Highway, near Timber Creek, following the naming of the successful contractor.

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Melbourne Metro Tunnel contract awarded and preferred proponent for rail system named

Melbourne Metro Tunnel contract awarded and preferred proponent for rail system named

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//July 17, 2017

The Victorian Government has announced the successful tenderer to build the twin 9-kilometre tunnels and five underground stations and the preferred proponent to deliver the Metro Tunnel Project Rail Systems Alliance as part of the $11 billion Melbourne Metro Tunnel project.

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Funding approved for road upgrade on SA/VIC border

Funding approved for road upgrade on SA/VIC border

Posted in Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//July 14, 2017

The Australian Government has approved $10 million funding to upgrade the Western Highway between Stawell and the South Australian border, matching the $10 million commitment from the Victorian Government.

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EOI open for $50M South Gippsland Highway realignment, VIC

EOI open for $50M South Gippsland Highway realignment, VIC

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//July 14, 2017

Expressions of interest are being sought to design and construct the realignment of the South Gippsland Highway at Black Spur, Koonwarra.

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More funding for coastal QLD communities to cope with impact of climate change

More funding for coastal QLD communities to cope with impact of climate change

Posted in Civil Works, Environment, Industry News, Latest News//July 13, 2017

The Queensland Government has announced two more local governments will receive funding from its $12 million QCoast2100fund to help prepare for rising climate change threats such as erosion and storm tide flooding.

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