New South Wales is the leading state when it comes to infrastructure investment for the second year running, according to the Australian Infrastructure Budget Monitor released by industry think tank Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
Patches Asphalt has seen significant growth in the past few years – an increase that comes down to its high quality service and the technical abilities of its Wirtgen-heavy fleet of machinery.
A potential freight and passenger rail line could connect Canberra to the Port of Eden after the NSW Government has announced it will commit $1 million towards a feasibility study into the project.
More work is underway on the Barton Highway duplication as part of the $100M package of works funded by both the Federal and NSW governments.
The first sod has been turned on the $23 million Charleyong Bridge Replacement to provide New South Wales motorists with faster and safer travel.
A $12.1 million tender for major construction to improve traffic flow at a major ACT intersection has been awarded to a civil engineering contractor.