Chief Roads Officer appointed to lead new VicRoads division

Chief Roads Officer appointed to lead new VicRoads division

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

An experienced local engineer has been appointed to lead Regional Roads Victoria – a new division of VicRoads that will oversee the state’s $941 million investment in country roads.

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Retrenched auto workers targeted for transport infrastructure roles

Retrenched auto workers targeted for transport infrastructure roles

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//July 27, 2018

Victoria’s Level Crossing Removal Authority is reaching out to retrenched auto manufacturing workers to move them into roles in the transport infrastructure industry.

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VicRoads appoints new Chief Executive

VicRoads appoints new Chief Executive

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//July 25, 2018

The state road authority has appointed a Geelong businessman and former Melbourne City Council CEO as its new Chief Executive.

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VIC freight plan introduces new Transport for Victoria freight division

VIC freight plan introduces new Transport for Victoria freight division

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//July 23, 2018

The Victorian Freight Plan establishes Freight Victoria, a dedicated specialist freight division of Transport for Victoria, to boost the state's freight advantage.

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VIC Govt selects preferred consortium for $1B Metro Tunnel contract

VIC Govt selects preferred consortium for $1B Metro Tunnel contract

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//July 16, 2018

The Victorian Government has announced a consortium as the preferred bidders to deliver the $1 billion Rail Infrastructure Alliance works package on Melbourne’s Metro Tunnel.

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Contract won for second stage of $280M Echuca-Moama Bridge project

Contract won for second stage of $280M Echuca-Moama Bridge project

Posted in Bridges, Civil Works, Latest News, Project Report//July 05, 2018

The Federal, Victorian and New South Wales governments have awarded the $26.35 million contract for Stage 2 of the project, which includes construction of four new flood relief bridges.

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