The Western Australian Government plans to transform the Midland TAFE campus by 2020 into a specialist training facility to equip locals with the skills to build METRONET.
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.
Metro Trains Melbourne recently altered their specifications to include the use of recycled materials.
John Holland has enhanced its transport capacity and capability with the completion of a major rail and transport acquisition.
Legislation to establish Infrastructure WA will be introduced to the Western Australian Parliament this week, with the new organisation’s chair-designate now also appointed.
A newly opened $18.66 million bridge will provide traffic with free movement over a major iron ore rail line, removing the potential for rail-road accidents at an intersection on Western Australia’s Great Northern Highway.