AllightSykes launches new solar lighting tower

AllightSykes launches new solar lighting tower

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News, Technology Update//November 14, 2018

With technological advancements in renewable energy, lighting company AllightSykes has unveiled a new solar-powered lighting tower ideal for use on road projects.

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Planning begins on Elizabeth Drive upgrade, NSW

Planning begins on Elizabeth Drive upgrade, NSW

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//November 13, 2018

The New South Wales Government has allocated $3.3 million to start investigations for proposed improvements to Elizabeth Drive between the M7 Motorway and The Northern Road.

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One million square metres of road resurfacing underway in the ACT

One million square metres of road resurfacing underway in the ACT

Posted in Asphalt Review, Civil Works, Latest News//November 09, 2018

ACT Minister for Roads Chris Steel has announced the start of the state government’s annual resurfacing program in October, which includes the trial of a material composed of recycled glass and soft plastics.

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All VIC regional councils receive funding under country roads program

All VIC regional councils receive funding under country roads program

Posted in Asphalt Review, Bridges, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//October 29, 2018

All 48 regional councils in Victoria have been successful in securing a portion of more than $30 million in the first round of the state government’s $100 million Fixing Country Roads Program.

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Government pledges $30 million for WA heavy vehicle safety

Government pledges $30 million for WA heavy vehicle safety

Posted in Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//October 29, 2018

Up to 15 Western Australian projects will share in more than $30.9 million in heavy vehicle safety funding it was confirmed last week.

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Logan trials fibre-reinforced asphalt

Logan trials fibre-reinforced asphalt

Posted in Asphalt Review, Civil Works, Latest News, Project Report//October 29, 2018

Queensland’s Logan City Council is trialling a new asphalt technology that could help the city reduce its road maintenance and rehabilitation costs and extend pavement life.

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