QLD rolls out $7.6M LED street lighting program

QLD rolls out $7.6M LED street lighting program

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//August 16, 2017

The state's multi-million-dollar Street Light Upgrade Program is projected to result in 40 per cent cost savings, following the replacement of older, energy intensive lights with LED.

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EOI open for freeway upgrades on $2.3B METRONET project

EOI open for freeway upgrades on $2.3B METRONET project

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report, Traffic Management and Safety//August 15, 2017

The Western Australia Government is seeking expressions of interest to build three major freeway upgrades as part of its METRONET package of road and rail projects.

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Komatsu Australia launches training academy

Komatsu Australia launches training academy

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//August 15, 2017

The mining and earthmoving equipment supplier has established the Komatsu Training Academy to deliver vocational educational courses through its Technical Education Centre in Brisbane.

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Aurizon to shutter intermodal business

Aurizon to shutter intermodal business

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 14, 2017

Rail operator Aurizon has announced the closure of its intermodal business, following a tough financial year where the company posted a loss of $188 million.

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New transport leader at Aurecon

New transport leader at Aurecon

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 14, 2017

Mieszko Iwaskow has been appointed as the engineering and infrastructure advisory firm’s new global Transport Planning Leader.

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Refined council funding program to help ‘cut red tape’

Refined council funding program to help ‘cut red tape’

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 14, 2017

The Queensland Government has released $60 million in funding to help local councils build or improve vital infrastructure through its refined Local Government Grants and Subsidies Program.

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