First milestone for Perth’s Forrestfield-Airport Link

First milestone for Perth’s Forrestfield-Airport Link

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//May 15, 2017

Preparations for the $1.86 billion Forrestfield-Airport Link are ramping up following delivery of the first 600-tonne tunnel boring machine to be used on the project.

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WA Roe 8 redeployed to three new projects

WA Roe 8 redeployed to three new projects

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//May 11, 2017

A workforce of 231 people, previously employed for the cancelled Roe 8 project, will be reassigned to work on three alternative road upgrades, the Western Australian Government has confirmed.

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Bridging the gap: looking back at the construction of Melbourne’s Webb Dock Bridge

Bridging the gap: looking back at the construction of Melbourne’s Webb Dock Bridge

Posted in Bridges, Latest News, Special Features//May 11, 2017

Melbourne’s Webb Dock Bridge is an innovative and practical pedestrian bridge combining art, infrastructure and a unique approach to design and construction.

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TAS recycling firm turns waste salmon farm plastic into civil products

TAS recycling firm turns waste salmon farm plastic into civil products

Posted in Civil Works, Environment, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//May 11, 2017

Tasmania-based plastics manufacturer and waste recycling firm Envorinex is expanding its horizons by turning waste plastic used in salmon farming into a range of infrastructure products.

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AutoTURN Online brings swept path analysis to all designers

AutoTURN Online brings swept path analysis to all designers

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//May 11, 2017

Design software specialist Transoft has introduced its latest product innovation to the Australian market – AutoTURN Online – a new addition to the AutoTURN product range that does not require a CAD program to function.

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Reading the safety signs: how VMS is increasing in significance on Australian roads

Reading the safety signs: how VMS is increasing in significance on Australian roads

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//May 11, 2017

As work ramps up on major infrastructure projects around Australia, safety equipment specialist Saferoads is highlighting the importance of reliable variable message signs for contractors on the road.

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