QLD Govt maps out final stage of Coomera Connector

QLD Govt maps out final stage of Coomera Connector

Posted in Latest News, Project Report//March 18, 2019

The state government has gazetted the third and final section of the Coomera Connector, a future road alternative to the M1 between the Gold Coast and Logan Motorway Interchange.

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Towards a digital future

Towards a digital future

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//February 15, 2019

With building information modelling (BIM) on the rise in Queensland and the state government releasing a new implementation policy, Roads & infrastructure Magazine finds out what this means for the local sector.

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Port of Brisbane welcomes potential shift from road to rail

Port of Brisbane welcomes potential shift from road to rail

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//February 15, 2019

The Port of Brisbane has applauded the recent release of the SEQ City Deal Proposition, saying if implemented it could result in dramatically fewer truck movements on SEQ roads.

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Shortlist announced for $481M Bruce Highway duplication

Shortlist announced for $481M Bruce Highway duplication

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//January 23, 2019

Two tenderers have been shortlisted to duplicate a section of the Bruce Highway as part of the $481 million Cairns Southern Access Corridor Stage Three project.

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New appointments to Building Queensland board

New appointments to Building Queensland board

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//November 29, 2018

The Queensland Government has announced two new appointments to the Building Queensland board, both of whom will serve a three-year term beginning 3 December.

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Further projects funded under Warrego Hwy upgrade program

Further projects funded under Warrego Hwy upgrade program

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//September 20, 2018

Three additional projects to upgrade Queensland’s Warrgeo Highway, totalling $80.19 million, are set to be funded under the Australian and Queensland Governments’ $645 million jointly funded program.

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