Tenders called for upgrades to Golden Hwy, NSW

Tenders called for upgrades to Golden Hwy, NSW

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report, Traffic Management and Safety//August 17, 2018

Member for Upper Hunter Michael Johnsen announced that tenders have been invited to build new overtaking lanes at Ogilvies Hill and Winery Hill, as part of a $133 million package of works.

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Safety works complete on $22M Tasmania’s Huon Highway

Safety works complete on $22M Tasmania’s Huon Highway

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//August 10, 2018

The $22 million Huon Highway Summerleas Road Intersection upgrade in Tasmania has been completed and is providing a safer and smoother journey for motorists in the Huon Valley.

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QLD Govt invest $12M to upgrade 15km of Bruce Highway

QLD Govt invest $12M to upgrade 15km of Bruce Highway

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 09, 2018

The Bruce Highway will soon undergo a $12 million resurfacing along a 15 kilometre stretch between Pine River Bridge and the Sunshine Coast.

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Brisbane rail accessibility upgrade contract awarded

Brisbane rail accessibility upgrade contract awarded

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//August 06, 2018

The Brisbane railway stations Morayfield, Strathpine and Boondall will undergo an accessibility upgrade as part of the Queensland Government’s $300 million station upgrade program.

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Barton Highway $100M upgrade to undergo more safety works

Barton Highway $100M upgrade to undergo more safety works

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//August 02, 2018

More work is underway on the Barton Highway duplication as part of the $100M package of works funded by both the Federal and NSW governments.

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Tradies take better care of their tools than health – new research

Tradies take better care of their tools than health – new research

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 01, 2018

Australian tradies are almost twice as likely to take good care of their tools as their bodies despite having one of the highest injury rates of any occupation, according to research from the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

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