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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Shortlist to build $375M Mordialloc Bypass announced

Shortlist to build $375M Mordialloc Bypass announced

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report, Traffic Management and Safety//May 18, 2018

The Victorian Government has named the two contractors shortlisted to submit tenders for the new freeway in Melbourne’s south-east.

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Shortlist announced for billion-dollar NZ wastewater project

Shortlist announced for billion-dollar NZ wastewater project

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//March 15, 2018

Four companies have been shortlisted to undertake Auckland’s most significant wastewater project in its history according to Watercare.

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Contract won to deliver $14M Lobethal Freight Access Upgrade, SA

Contract won to deliver $14M Lobethal Freight Access Upgrade, SA

Posted in Latest News, Project Report, Traffic Management and Safety//March 06, 2018

The Federal Government has announced the successful contractor to deliver the upgrade, which aims to improve connections along the freight route to Lobethal in South Australia.

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McConnell Dowell Group appoint new Executive General Manager

McConnell Dowell Group appoint new Executive General Manager

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//February 06, 2018

McConnell Dowell Group has appointed a new Executive General Manager to the recently created Engineering, Technology and Innovation function.

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Contract won for $174.3M Oaklands Park level crossing removal, SA

Contract won for $174.3M Oaklands Park level crossing removal, SA

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//January 16, 2018

Detailed design works for the project will begin immediately, following the Australian and South Australian governments’ announcement of the successful contractor.

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