More than 700 qualified local contractors are now registered with the Queensland Government’s North Queensland Flood Register to assist in the recovery works in the state’s north.
Roads & Infrastructure Magazine reports on findings from a recent Senate Inquiry on the possible impacts that climate change could have on infrastructure assets.
More than $16 million will be invested into floodproofing the Toowoomba CBD through culvert upgrades to the Warrego Highway at East and West Creeks.
The contractor to carry out construction of the $23 million Gee Gee Bridge, east of Swan Hill, NSW, has been announced.
Logan Reserve Rd in Logan, Queensland, is set to become more resistant to the effects of flooding, with pavement reconstruction commencing this week.