Tunnel boring machines on the way for West Gate Tunnel

Tunnel boring machines on the way for West Gate Tunnel

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//January 12, 2018

Two tunnel boring machines – 90 metres long, 15.6 metres in diameter and weighing 4000 tonnes each, have been selected to build Melbourne’s $6.7 billion West Gate Tunnel.

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SA Govt puts $22M towards fixing Adelaide blackspots

SA Govt puts $22M towards fixing Adelaide blackspots

Posted in Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//January 11, 2018

Nine metropolitan blackspots will be upgraded as part of the South Australian Government’s recent multimillion-dollar investment in road safety infrastructure improvements across Adelaide.

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Torrens to Torrens road construction ahead of schedule

Torrens to Torrens road construction ahead of schedule

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//January 10, 2018

The $801 million Torrens to Torrens project is expected to be finished months ahead of schedule, with approximately 80 per cent of the project now complete.

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Lendlease secures Frankston line level crossing removals

Lendlease secures Frankston line level crossing removals

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//January 05, 2018

Lendlease, together with its partners has been selected by the Victorian Government to deliver the Southern Program Alliance – a level crossing removal project in Victoria.

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Contractor to deliver $551M Ballarat line upgrade named

Contractor to deliver $551M Ballarat line upgrade named

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//January 05, 2018

The Melbourne Metro Rail Authority has announced the successful contractor to undertake the rail upgrade, with construction earmarked for early this year.

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Positive diagnosis for concrete durability

Positive diagnosis for concrete durability

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//January 04, 2018

Researchers from Deakin University are investigating plastic dialysis waste as a recyclable material to be used in the production of longer-lasting concrete.

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