QLD budget outlines $45B for infrastructure

QLD budget outlines $45B for infrastructure

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//May 21, 2018

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the upcoming 2018-19 state budget will deliver $45 billion worth of infrastructure over the next four years – the biggest since 2011.

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Smart tech to provide new insights into urban stormwater run-off

Smart tech to provide new insights into urban stormwater run-off

Posted in Civil Works, Environment, Latest News//May 14, 2018

A $1.66 million water monitoring project will use smart technologies to monitor the quality of water flowing through one of Cairns’ major urban catchments in a bid to help protect the Great Barrier Reef.

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QLD Gov invest $46M to replace timber rail bridges

QLD Gov invest $46M to replace timber rail bridges

Posted in Bridges, Civil Works, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//April 19, 2018

Funding from the Queensland Government is going towards replacing 18 timber rail bridges between Townsville and Cairns.

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Port of Cairns upgrade gets environmental approval

Port of Cairns upgrade gets environmental approval

Posted in Latest News//March 01, 2018

The $120 million Port of Cairns upgrade is closer to completion following the Queensland Government’s approval of the Environmental Impact Statement.

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Queensland builds electric ‘super highway’

Queensland builds electric ‘super highway’

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//February 05, 2018

Electric vehicle charging stations have been installed at Townsville and Carmila, creating an 'electric super highway' between Coolangatta and Cairns in Queensland.

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Paving technology to the tip of Cape York

Paving technology to the tip of Cape York

Posted in Asphalt Review, Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//September 25, 2017

Koppen Developments is utilising the latest in Topcon survey and machine control technology to deliver upgrades to 22 kilometres of dirt road as part of the $200 million Peninsula Development Road project.

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