North-South Corridor open to traffic

North-South Corridor open to traffic

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

The $801 million North-South Corridor – Torrens Road to River Torrens project in South Australia is now complete and opened to traffic at the weekend.

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New bridge installed in $620M Darlington Upgrade project

New bridge installed in $620M Darlington Upgrade project

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

The 3000-tonne bridge on Main South Road over South Australia’s Southern Expressway will open to traffic as part of the $620 million Darlington Upgrade Project.

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Funding committed for $354M next stage of North-South Corridor

Funding committed for $354M next stage of North-South Corridor

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//May 02, 2018

The Federal and South Australian Governments will each commit $177 million to deliver the Regency Road to Pym Street section of the project in Adelaide.

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SA road project improves freight productivity

SA road project improves freight productivity

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//November 16, 2017

The final road bridge of the $801 million Torrens Road to River Torrens project is now open to traffic, bringing improved connectivity to Adelaide's major freight and transport hubs one step closer, according to the South Australian Government.

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Three contracts awarded on $885M Northern Connector

Three contracts awarded on $885M Northern Connector

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//November 15, 2017

Three contracts, valued at more than $60 million, have been awarded on the South Australian project.

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Mott MacDonald appoints new transport planning leader

Mott MacDonald appoints new transport planning leader

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//August 23, 2017

The engineering consultancy firm has named Leigh Dalwood as Transport Planning Technical Director, who will now lead the company’s Adelaide transport planning team.

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