Tenders invited for Melbourne Airport Rail’s Maribyrnong River bridge

Tenders invited for Melbourne Airport Rail’s Maribyrnong River bridge

Posted in Contracts and tenders, Latest News//September 16, 2021

Rail Projects Victoria is inviting pre-qualified contractors to submit their expressions of interest for the Maribyrnong River Bridge Package.

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WA’s $110M Mandurah Estuary Bridge duplication fully funded

WA’s $110M Mandurah Estuary Bridge duplication fully funded

Posted in Bridges, Latest News//September 15, 2021

The Western Australian Government has fully funded the Mandurah Estuary Bridge duplication as part of the 2021-22 State Budget, which will help provide better connections to the Peel region.

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InEight: Taking the pulse of the industry

InEight: Taking the pulse of the industry

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Up front//September 13, 2021

In July, InEight launched its first Global Capital Projects Outlook report. Roads & Infrastructure caught up with Rob Bryant, InEight’s Executive Vice President for the APAC region, to discuss some of the key findings from the report.

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WA budget commits $11.7B for road projects

WA budget commits $11.7B for road projects

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//September 13, 2021

The 2021-22 Western Australia state budget includes $11.7 billion for road projects and road upgrades throughout the state over the next four years.

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Work underway on Perth’s new Redcliffe bridge

Work underway on Perth’s new Redcliffe bridge

Posted in Bridges, Latest News//September 02, 2021

The new Redcliffe bridge is shaping up across Perth's Swan River, forming a key part of the Tonkin Gap Project.

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SA’s Torrens to Darlington early works get underway

SA’s Torrens to Darlington early works get underway

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News//August 31, 2021

More than $85 million in preparatory early works are now underway on the $9.9 billion Torrens to Darlington (T2D) project in Adelaide, the final piece of South Australia’s 78-kilometre North-South Corridor.

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