NSW Budget funds multibillion-dollar F6 Extension Stage 1

NSW Budget funds multibillion-dollar F6 Extension Stage 1

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//June 18, 2018

The first section of the F6 Extension connecting the New M5 Motorway to Kogarah in Sydney, expected to cost between $2.2 and $2.6B, is now fully funded under the 2018-19 NSW Budget.

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SAMI prime seal making its mark in WA

SAMI prime seal making its mark in WA

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//June 14, 2018

SAMI Bitumen Technologies’ prime seal SAMIPrime Eco is proving an eco-friendly and efficient alternative product for surfacing projects in Western Australia.

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Planning progressing on $375M Mordialloc Fwy

Planning progressing on $375M Mordialloc Fwy

Posted in Environment, Latest News, Project Report//June 08, 2018

Planning for the nine-kilometre Mordialloc Freeway in Melbourne’s south east is progressing, with the final scoping requirements for the Environmental Effect Statement (EES) signed off.

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Collaboration key to achieving low carbon outcomes in cities

Collaboration key to achieving low carbon outcomes in cities

Posted in Environment, Industry News, Latest News//February 28, 2018

With cities around the globe striving to achieve low carbon outcomes in the face of climate change, Professor Deo Prasad says collaboration between government and industry is key to overcoming the obstacles in Australia.

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New product clearing the air around asphalt odour management

New product clearing the air around asphalt odour management

Posted in Asphalt Review, Environment, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//February 27, 2018

A new odour management product that suppresses and neutralises odours and emissions in hot asphalt, rather than try to mask them, may prove a game changer for the Australian pavement sector.

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New research identifies perils to people and nature from increase in global road construction

New research identifies perils to people and nature from increase in global road construction

Posted in Bridges, Environment, Industry News, Latest News, Up front//February 23, 2018

With research suggesting the global explosion of new road infrastructure is rife with economic, social and environmental dangers, Professor Bill Laurance from James Cook University says smarter infrastructure planning has a vital role to play.

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