Geelong high speed rail planning works underway

Geelong high speed rail planning works underway

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report, Uncategorised//October 01, 2018

Planning works are progressing on the Geelong High Speed Rail project, with expression of interest now open for the Fast Rail Reference Group and the selection of a Joint Venture as advisors.

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Contract won to remove Aviation Road level crossing, VIC

Contract won to remove Aviation Road level crossing, VIC

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News, Project Report//September 27, 2018

The final design and construct contract has been awarded to remove the level crossing in Laverton later this year, which also includes construction of a new road bridge.

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Mott MacDonald appoints new rail sector leader

Mott MacDonald appoints new rail sector leader

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//July 13, 2018

Mott MacDonald has appointed a new rail leader for Australia and New Zealand who will be responsible for the development and growth of the consultancy’s rail team across Australasia.

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Mott MacDonald appoints new AU transport technical director

Mott MacDonald appoints new AU transport technical director

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//July 11, 2018

The consultancy firm’s new technical director will be based in Victoria and responsible for leading its tunnel projects and pursuing new opportunities across the country and Asia-Pacific.

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Design contract won on Inland Rail

Design contract won on Inland Rail

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//April 20, 2018

The Federal Government has awarded the $6 million feasibility design contract for Inland Rail between Illabo and Stockinbingal in New South Wales.

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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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