Contract awarded for $79M Blue Mountains rail works

Contract awarded for $79M Blue Mountains rail works

Posted in Civil Works, Contracts and tenders, Latest News//February 19, 2019

Sydney Trains has awarded a $79 million contract to adjust the track and overhead wires to allow more trains to travel to the Blue Mountains.

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Pump power: how AllightSykes’ FG Wilson generators and Sulzer pumps are a reliable asset on any worksite

Pump power: how AllightSykes’ FG Wilson generators and Sulzer pumps are a reliable asset on any worksite

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News, Technology Update//February 19, 2019

The combination of AllightSykes’ FG Wilson generators and Sulzer submersible pumps is giving contractors a reliable solution for extracting and keeping water out of construction sites.

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Cranes to receive greater mobility on NSW road network

Cranes to receive greater mobility on NSW road network

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//February 19, 2019

Access for mobile cranes will be improved through a mobile crane network according to NSW Roads, Maritime and Freight Minister Melinda Pavey.

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Recycled roads on the rise

Recycled roads on the rise

Posted in Asphalt Review, Environment, Industry News, Latest News//February 18, 2019

Main Roads Western Australia is increasing its use and implementation of recycled construction and demolition waste in road construction and maintenance through a new pilot project and product testing scheme.

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Safe sampling of hot bitumen from road tankers

Safe sampling of hot bitumen from road tankers

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//February 18, 2019

Australian Asphalt Pavement Association, in conjunction with its industry partners, is giving the pavements sector an overview of the recommended safety procedures that need to occur when sampling hot bitumen from road tankers.

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Skyrail to remove Toorak Road crossing

Skyrail to remove Toorak Road crossing

Posted in Bridges, Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//February 18, 2019

A level crossing at Toorak Road in the inner-Melbourne suburb of Kooyong will be removed using a rail bridge design solution, the Victorian Government’s Level Crossing Removal Authority has said.

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