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EOIs called for retirement home facility near Darwin

Expressions of interest have been called in delivering an NT retirement home facility.

Key milestone for NT’s largest solar farm project

A key deal has been reached to progress a $40m solar PV initiative in the Northern Territory.

New contracts and contacts for NT aquaculture development

A contact has outlined key personnel and contracting updates to Projectory regarding a major NT aquaculture project.

Bidders for Wheatbelt pool project call for pricing

Expressions of interest have been called in a WA aquatic centre construction project, according to a key contact.

Construction opportunities available on $100m Victorian pipeline project

Proponents behind the proposed construction of a main sewer line in central Victoria are seeking expressions of interest from potential contractors – here’s how to get involved.

Contract awarded for key stage of $1.6b Melbourne rail and road project

The contract has been awarded to remove one of Melbourne’s busiest level crossings, in a project that will include the construction of a new road bridge.

Opportunity to construct key stage of $300m Melbourne freeway upgrade project

The tender has opened to find a contractor to deliver the next stage of a $300 million Melbourne highway upgrade project – and Projectory has all the details.

EOI open for Melbourne high-speed rail project

Expressions of interest have opened for contractors and suppliers wishing to play a key role in the delivery of a high-speed rail line to run between Melbourne and Geelong, and the project director has filled Projectory in on the details.

WA diamond plant project to be ‘shovel ready’ by November

A Kimberley diamond mine has outlined plans to move diamond processing plant equipment to the site to commence project operations this year.

WA renewable energy project predicted to generate more than 12,000 jobs

Plans to build a massive renewable energy project in the Pilbara have been elevated after new investment brings the budget to more than $22b.