Contractor announced for construction of $23M bridge

Contractor announced for construction of $23M bridge

Posted in Bridges, Industry News, Latest News//July 11, 2018

The contractor to carry out construction of the $23 million Gee Gee Bridge, east of Swan Hill, NSW, has been announced.

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Pavement reconstruction set to improve flood resilience in Logan

Pavement reconstruction set to improve flood resilience in Logan

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News, Project Report//July 03, 2018

Logan Reserve Rd in Logan, Queensland, is set to become more resistant to the effects of flooding, with pavement reconstruction commencing this week.

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Smart drain trial to reduce VIC flooding

Smart drain trial to reduce VIC flooding

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//April 06, 2018

The Downer Group, Fujitsu, and EYEfi have delivered a successful trial for “smart drains” in Victoria to reduce the risk of flooding from overflows of stormwater drains.

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Challenging tradition

Challenging tradition

Posted in Bridges, Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//December 18, 2017

A new modular bridge system – InQuik – is flipping conventional bridge construction on its head. Roads & Infrastructure Magazine talks to its creators about its unique design and benefits, particularly for regional Australian roads.

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CSIRO report studies flood impact and rail-to-road feasibility

CSIRO report studies flood impact and rail-to-road feasibility

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//November 29, 2017

CSIRO has released its TraNSIT agricultural report, which, alongside a comprehensive map of routes and costings across Australia's entire agricultural supply chain, also features a flood case study and rail-to-road scenarios.

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City resilience holding Brisbane back – new report

City resilience holding Brisbane back – new report

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//September 21, 2017

According to a new report released by Arcadis, Brisbane risks falling further behind Sydney and Melbourne if it doesn’t address key resilience concerns, including flood mitigation measures.

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