About 300 workers are expected to be employed to develop a major iron ore project in the Pilbara that the state’s environmental regulator has approved.
The world’s biggest renewable energy hub has been proposed for the Goldfields-Esperance region to create millions of tonnes of green hydrogen for domestic use and export.
A five-year contract worth several hundred million dollars was awarded to a WA-based Aboriginal business to service several operations across Pilbara.
Plans to harness baseload renewable energy from Australia's biggest tides are expected to receive final approvals in the coming months, reports Projectory.
The next stage of the light rail will deliver opportunities for local contractors, workers and suppliers on the Gold Coast over the next few years.
A resources logistics provider has been awarded supply of a tailored high payload equipment solution for the operation’s coal rejects.
A suite of road and rail projects to accommodate heavy military vehicle production is expected to yield over 160 jobs in construction.
A proposal for 95 turbines in Far North Queensland is being advanced with construction due in just over 12 months.
Work is to commence within the month on the publicly-owned energy generators which are central to the reliability of Queensland’s electricity network.
This bypass project will increase the flood immunity, efficiency and future-proof for growing traffic volumes in the Queensland corridor.