Contract won to build $1.2B NZ wastewater tunnel

Contract won to build $1.2B NZ wastewater tunnel

Posted in Civil Works, Contracts and tenders, Latest News//March 15, 2019

Work on New Zealand’s largest wastewater project, the Central Interceptor tunnel, is set to begin in May, following the construction contract award.

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SA water awards $304M solar panel installation contract

SA water awards $304M solar panel installation contract

Posted in Contracts and tenders, Environment, Industry News, Latest News//February 21, 2019

A local company has been awarded the multi-million-dollar contract to install half-a-million solar panels across 80 SA Water sites over the next two years.

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Major QLD dam to undergo $20M upgrade

Major QLD dam to undergo $20M upgrade

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News, Project Report//February 12, 2019

Construction works will begin on the Sunshine Coast’s key drinking water dams as part of a $20 million upgrade.

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Applications open for $500M water infrastructure funding

Applications open for $500M water infrastructure funding

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//January 21, 2019

The Federal Government is urging state and territory governments to apply for the funding under the extended capital component of the National Water Infrastructure Fund.

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Taswater selects preferred contractor for multimillion-dollar capital works program

Taswater selects preferred contractor for multimillion-dollar capital works program

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//December 11, 2018

The Tasmanian utility has named its preferred contractor to deliver a capital works program to support and develop water and wastewater infrastructure and major regional water projects in the state.

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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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