ARRB announces new chairman

ARRB announces new chairman

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

Main Roads Western Australia General Manager Peter Woronzow has been announced as the new Chairman of the Australian Road Research Board.

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$51 M contract awarded for Roe Highway, Kalamunda Road interchange

$51 M contract awarded for Roe Highway, Kalamunda Road interchange

Posted in Latest News//July 03, 2019

Main Roads Western Australia has awarded the $51 million design and construction contract for the intersection of Roe Highway and Kalamunda Road.

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Main Roads WA awards $46M Reid Hwy contract

Main Roads WA awards $46M Reid Hwy contract

Posted in Latest News, Project Report, Traffic Management and Safety, Uncategorised//March 12, 2019

The works include the design and construction of a dual carriageway along Reid Highway in Caversham, as well as the Arthur Street overpass.

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New bridge improves safety on major WA ore rail line

New bridge improves safety on major WA ore rail line

Posted in Bridges, Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//February 19, 2019

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.

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Recycled roads on the rise

Recycled roads on the rise

Posted in Asphalt Review, Environment, Industry News, Latest News//February 18, 2019

Main Roads Western Australia is increasing its use and implementation of recycled construction and demolition waste in road construction and maintenance through a new pilot project and product testing scheme.

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Contract won on $6.4M South Coast Hwy safety works

Contract won on $6.4M South Coast Hwy safety works

Posted in Contracts and tenders, Latest News, Project Report, Traffic Management and Safety//February 05, 2019

A local firm has been awarded the contract for safety improvement works along Albany’s South Coast Highway in Western Australia as part of a $30 million upgrade.

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