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.
Logan Reserve Rd in Logan, Queensland, is set to become more resistant to the effects of flooding, with pavement reconstruction commencing this week.
The Plenty Highway Upgrading project, which includes 20 kilometres of sealing and flood resilience works in the Northern Territory, is moving ahead following the awarding of the works contract.
The new $57 million Sandy Gully Bridge north of Bowen, Queensland, will open three months early, boosting driver safety on the Bruce Highway in the lead-up to Christmas.
The Australian Government will deliver funding to upgrade and widen 24.8 kilometres of the highway, north of Longreach, Queensland.
UK-based Institution of Civil Engineers has awarded Aurecon the prestigious Brunel Medal for its design of the Brisbane Flood Recovery Ferry Terminals.