Inland Rail construction begins

Inland Rail construction begins

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//December 14, 2018

Construction has officially begun on Inland Rail, with a formal ground breaking ceremony taking place in Parkes this week.

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Boral laying the groundwork with an Australian first

Boral laying the groundwork with an Australian first

Posted in Asphalt Review, Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//December 13, 2018

With an increasing need for alternatives to traditional railway line track construction, Boral has introduced a new and durable asphalt rail pavement construction product to the Australian market – Railpave.

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ARA demands action to avert skills crisis

ARA demands action to avert skills crisis

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//November 28, 2018

A new report says the rail industry needs to address its fast-developing labour crisis to avoid a substantial blowout in project costs and delivery delays across Australia and New Zealand over the next 10 years.

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Geotechnical works contract won for Inland Rail tunnels

Geotechnical works contract won for Inland Rail tunnels

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News, Project Report//November 26, 2018

The Australian Rail Track Corporation has awarded a $23 million geotechnical investigations contract in preparation to build the 8.5 kilometres of tunnels on Gowrie to Kagaru section of Inland Rail.

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Inland Rail Condamine crossing designs released

Inland Rail Condamine crossing designs released

Posted in Bridges, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//November 09, 2018

Preliminary designs have been released for the Inland Rail's Condamine floodplain crossing.

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Inland Rail roundtable meetings in NSW

Inland Rail roundtable meetings in NSW

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//November 02, 2018

The Federal Government held a roundtable meeting for Inland Rail at Coonamble, NSW, to build trust and maintain transparency with local communities and stakeholders.

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