Major construction on the Upfield Line set to finish two weeks early

Major construction on the Upfield Line set to finish two weeks early

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//October 16, 2020

The largest level crossing removal construction blitz in Victoria is set to be complete two weeks ahead of schedule. 

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Precast production for major projects

Precast production for major projects

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//October 14, 2020

NVC Precast is supplying significant precast concrete elements to one of the largest Level Crossing Removal projects in Victoria – Bell to Moreland. Once complete, 2.5 kilometres of elevated rail made predominantly from precast concrete will be up and

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WA Government seeks contractors for $415 level crossing removals

WA Government seeks contractors for $415 level crossing removals

Posted in Contracts and tenders, Industry News, Latest News//October 06, 2020

Request for proposals (RFP) have now opened on the $415 million Inner Armadale Line level crossing removal

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LXRP hits halfway with 38 Melbourne crossings removed

LXRP hits halfway with 38 Melbourne crossings removed

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//September 29, 2020

The Level Crossing Removal Project (LXRP) has reached the halfway milestone with 38 out of 75 level crossings removed. 

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Contractor starts construction on the $251.6M Warrnambool Line upgrade

Contractor starts construction on the $251.6M Warrnambool Line upgrade

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//September 22, 2020

The Warrnambool line, linking south western Victoria to Melbourne via Geelong, is getting a major signalling upgrade along with the addition of a crossing loop. 

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Contractors reach milestone at $542.4M Bell to Moreland project

Contractors reach milestone at $542.4M Bell to Moreland project

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//September 15, 2020

The contracted alliance on the Bell to Moreland level crossing removal project has installed all of the L-Beams for the elevated rail structure. 

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