The contract to build the $18.6 million Lansdowne bridge replacement across the Mulwaree River, NSW, has been awarded to an infrastructure construction company.
Lansdowne Bridge has been completely dismantled and is now ready to be replaced by a new crossing of the Mulwaree River in NSW.
Following the damage caused by Cyclone Debbie to Shute Habour, demolition works have begun as part of a $22 million restoration project.
The Australian Government has launched the framework this week, which aims to help governments, industry and the community to better target cities policy and investments.
The Australian Government has appointed the Chief Executive Officer for the agency, which was established at the time of the 2017-18 Budget to drive more private sector involvement in infrastructure development.
The Australian Government has announced the 52 successful projects to receive a share of the $28.5 million under the first round of Smart Cities and Suburbs Program funding.