A new 650-metre long access jetty and 350-metre long wharf has been constructed by construction company McConnel Dowell for mining company Rio Tinto’s $2.6 billion Amrun bauxite development on the Cape York Peninsula in Far North Queensland.
With the introduction of an internationally-aligned benchmarking tool, Australian road owners and authorities can now be confident that the asphalt products they use are as sustainable as they claim to be.
An $18 million upgrade of Queensland’s Sideling Creek Dam is moving ahead, with construction now underway.
Managing Australia’s water infrastructure is vital to avoiding disaster. Professor Simon Beecham talks to Roads & Infrastructure about building drought and flood resilience through infrastructure.
Steel reinforced concrete will begin to rust over time, leading to costly damage. Roads & Infrastructure Magazine explores the issue of concrete cancer and the alternatives to steel out there.