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New milestone for Qld coal mine brings construction close with 1,000 jobs on offer

Once approved, a major metallurgical coal project is anticipated to create up to 1,000 new jobs in Queensland, Projectory reports.

A breakdown of trades and services revealed for a transmission link to major Qld hydro project

Projectory reveals a detailed breakdown of construction trades and services required to build a major transmission line to Queensland’s largest hydro project.

Capital projects package worth $70m to upgrade north Qld manufacturing plant

Plans for a $70 million package of capital projects at Charters Towers is to include a multi-user rail spur to link to the main Townsville-Mount Isa line.

Dugald River zinc operation to be kept cool with refrigeration project

$20 million has been invested into water-cooled refrigeration which is imperative for zinc mining production at a major Queensland-based site.

$550m Qld solar farm project to support 350 construction jobs

With approvals secured, a major Queensland renewable energy project moves a step closer to being built.

$160m underground pipeline project pushes ahead for North Qld

A 105km water pipeline proposal for North Queensland is advancing through the approvals process for a $160 million venture.

Site selected in Central Qld for state’s largest hydrogen production facility

With land secured for a three-gigawatt renewable hydrogen facility in Central Queensland, over 5,000 jobs are to be created.

Construction contract worth $400m awarded for critical health infrastructure project in Caboolture

A company has been awarded to lead the redevelopment of a specialised healthcare complex in Caboolture.

New Gold Coast station on track for construction as part of the Cross River Rail

A new station to be built on the Gold Coast train line is a vital development in one of Queensland’s most significant transport infrastructure projects in recent history.

$200m trio of clifftop apartment towers set for Brisbane river cliffs

Three high-end residential towers on the cliff over the Brisbane river will now comprise 68 apartments.