Infrastructure Projects

New contract awarded for part of $3.5b metal project in WA’s Midwest

An engineering, construction and maintenance contractor has won a tender for the latest part of a metal project worth more than $3 billion in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.

Preferred tenderer announced for $535.7m infrastructure project in metropolitan WA

A contracting partnership has been named preferred contractor for an infrastructure development worth more than $535 million in Western Australia’s metropolitan area.

Tender called for road and bridge project in NSW Hunter region

Tenders have been called for a road realignment and bridge construction project in the Hunter region of NSW.

Early works underway for $237m bridge over a Perth freeway, major construction work to begin in early 2020

Early works are now underway with major construction work to begin in early 2020 for a new bridge over a Perth freeway.

Brisbane Metro to order 60 vehicles with Swiss tech as it reaches next milestone in development journey

An awarded tenderer is to be announced as the Brisbane inner-city major transport project drives further toward the next milestone.

Capex for Adelaide road upgrade rises to $745m

Additional infrastructure funding has been granted for a South Australian road project to address cost blowouts.

Preferred contractor to deliver rail extension and key rail Link under Perth’s METRONET program

An alliance has been selected as preferred contractor to deliver a rail extension and rail link under Perth’s METRONET program.

New construction details revealed for $10b Melbourne rail project

The head of the new authority created to deliver a $10b stand-alone Melbourne rail project has told Projectory the latest details about construction.

Contract awarded on final stage of $280m Riverina road project

A head contractor has been chosen for the fourth and final stage of a road bridge project in the Riverina region of NSW.

Massive interest shown in Australia’s longest ever railway tunnelling project

A huge amount of interest has been shown in what will be Australia’s longest ever railway tunnelling project, pushing back the deadline for Expressions of Interest (EOI).