Adoption of stabilisation saves project building in TAS

Adoption of stabilisation saves project building in TAS

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//June 15, 2018

Stewart Geeves, AustStab Vice President, provides an overview of how stabilisation proved beneficial to a challenging project in Tasmania’s Central Highlands.

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TAS budget delivers $1.1B for roads and rail

TAS budget delivers $1.1B for roads and rail

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//June 14, 2018

The Tasmanian Government’s 2018-19 budget has committed $1.1 billion for road and rail upgrades for the state, including $24.1M for road projects in the north west and west coast regions.

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Old tyres: From running on the roads to being part of them

Old tyres: From running on the roads to being part of them

Posted in Asphalt Review, Environment, Latest News, Technology Update//June 08, 2018

Tyre Stewardship Australia has been helping create a circular economy by finding new ways to use waste tyres, from crumb rubber asphalt to permeable pavements.

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Contract awarded to construct Cattle Hill Wind Farm, TAS

Contract awarded to construct Cattle Hill Wind Farm, TAS

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//May 22, 2018

Wind farm developer Goldwind has signed an agreement with a local firm to deliver the project, which will support up to 150 jobs during construction.

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Second Bass Strait interconnector included on latest IA priority list

Second Bass Strait interconnector included on latest IA priority list

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//April 02, 2018

The Tasmanian Government has welcomed the inclusion of a second Bass Strait interconnector into Infrastructure Australia’s 2018 Infrastructure Priority List, released in March.

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VEC Civil Engineering constructs environmentally friendly bridge for TasRail

VEC Civil Engineering constructs environmentally friendly bridge for TasRail

Posted in Bridges, Civil Works, Latest News//March 30, 2018

VEC Civil Engineering will construct a new 28-metre rail bridge for Tas Rail as part of the Bridge Repairs Tender to upgrade priority section of the Tasmanian Rail Network.

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