Steel delivery marks major Inland Rail milestone

Steel delivery marks major Inland Rail milestone

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News, Project Report//February 28, 2019

Construction is ramping up on Inland Rail in Central West New South Wales, with the first $20 million steel rail contract from Liberty Steel’s Whyalla steelworks successfully delivered.

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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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Contract won to supply 95,000 tonnes of steel for West Gate Tunnel

Contract won to supply 95,000 tonnes of steel for West Gate Tunnel

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//January 14, 2019

An Australian steel supplier has secured a major supply contract for the West Gate Tunnel Project, spanning from Docklands to Laverton in Melbourne, Victoria.

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Building a market for EME2

Building a market for EME2

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News//December 14, 2018

Roads & Infrastructure Magazine TAKES A look at SAMI Bitumen Technologies’ new Kwinana binder terminal in Western Australia and what the development means for the local market. 

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New liquid radar level measurement tools assisting in material supply

New liquid radar level measurement tools assisting in material supply

Posted in Asphalt Review, Latest News, Technology Update//October 25, 2018

The VEGAPULS 64 liquid radar level measurement instrument is helping improve efficiency not just for bitumen suppliers, but also for the service providers maintaining their assets.

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Rocla wins $20M Inland Rail supply contract

Rocla wins $20M Inland Rail supply contract

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//June 06, 2018

Rocla will produce 200,000 concrete sleepers at its Braemar plant in Mittagong, NSW for the first stage on Inland Rail.

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