Geotechnical works contract won for Inland Rail tunnels

Geotechnical works contract won for Inland Rail tunnels

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News, Project Report//November 26, 2018

The Australian Rail Track Corporation has awarded a $23 million geotechnical investigations contract in preparation to build the 8.5 kilometres of tunnels on Gowrie to Kagaru section of Inland Rail.

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New Chief Executive appointed to Sydney Metro

New Chief Executive appointed to Sydney Metro

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//October 02, 2018

The New South Wales Government has appointed an experienced transport leader from the UK to head the Sydney Metro entity, which is responsible for delivering the city’s new metro rail.

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PlanGrid software opens up possibilities for horizontal construction

PlanGrid software opens up possibilities for horizontal construction

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News, Technology Update//August 21, 2018

PlanGrid’s mobile app has helped companies around the world with civil construction. Josh Progar explains to Roads & Infrastructure Magazine how it can help supervisors and those with their boots on the ground.

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Electrical works contract awarded on WestConnex M5

Electrical works contract awarded on WestConnex M5

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News, Project Report//July 09, 2018

A Sydney-based firm has been awarded a major contract, with value in excess of $55 million, on the WestConnex M5 project in New South Wales.

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Tunnel boring machines sought for $11B Metro Tunnel works

Tunnel boring machines sought for $11B Metro Tunnel works

Posted in Latest News, Project Report//November 03, 2017

An international search is under way for a supplier to build the four Tunnel boring machines (TBMs) required to build Melbourne’s $11 billion Metro Tunnel.

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First section of F6 extension receives additional $35M

First section of F6 extension receives additional $35M

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report, Traffic Management and Safety//October 17, 2017

The New South Wales Government is moving ahead with planning and development for the proposed four-kilometre underground tunnel connection in Sydney’s south.

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