Retrenched auto workers targeted for transport infrastructure roles

Retrenched auto workers targeted for transport infrastructure roles

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//July 27, 2018

Victoria’s Level Crossing Removal Authority is reaching out to retrenched auto manufacturing workers to move them into roles in the transport infrastructure industry.

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Victoria commits $5B to Melbourne Airport Rail Link

Victoria commits $5B to Melbourne Airport Rail Link

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//July 23, 2018

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews announced that if re-elected, the Victorian Government would provide up to $5 billion towards the construction of a Melbourne Airport Rail Link.

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VIC Govt selects preferred consortium for $1B Metro Tunnel contract

VIC Govt selects preferred consortium for $1B Metro Tunnel contract

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//July 16, 2018

The Victorian Government has announced a consortium as the preferred bidders to deliver the $1 billion Rail Infrastructure Alliance works package on Melbourne’s Metro Tunnel.

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No half measures with Road Metals’ third load volume scanner purchase

No half measures with Road Metals’ third load volume scanner purchase

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//June 06, 2018

Third time’s a charm for crushed and screened aggregates supplier Road Metals, which has bought its third load volume scanner from Loadscan to accurately measure the amount of material it carts on the job.

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Melbourne Metro Tunnel designs released

Melbourne Metro Tunnel designs released

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//May 31, 2018

The final designs for Melbourne’s new Metro Tunnel stations have been released, set to open in 2025.

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The concrete jungle: how urban planning can learn from nature

The concrete jungle: how urban planning can learn from nature

Posted in Civil Works, Environment, Industry News, Latest News, Up front//May 16, 2018

Melbourne’s Metro Tunnel Project is planning to consider the incorporation of a biophilic approach to the design of its railway stations, inspired by nature. Dr. Phillip Roös from Deakin University explains how urban planners can learn from these kinds of designs.

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