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.
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.
The Queensland Government has awarded tenders for the $63.6 million Dalby-Miles Pavement Widening and Safety Upgrades project and the $11.7 million Oakey-Miles Safety Upgrades Package 2 on the major highway.
The Australian Road Research Board’s new generation of workshops is providing the road and transport sector with tailored, interactive and practical sessions, aimed at boosting industry knowledge sharing and best practice.
The successful contractor will deliver a package of gas gathering and infrastructure works for Australia Pacific LNG in Queensland’s Surat Basin.