Infrastructure Projects

Sinclair Knight Merz completes independent review for Brighton Bypass options including costings

An independent review of alternate bridging and route options for the Brighton Bypass has been completed by engineering and construction consultant Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM).

Builders shortlisted for Mains and Kessels Intersection Upgrade, contract announced mid-2011

The start of work on a new intersection between Mains and Kessels Roads is edging closer following the shortlisting of two contractors to design and deliver the $300 million project.

Abigroup Contractors to build $30m overpass at intersection of Reid Hwy and Mirrabooka Avenue

Abigroup Contractors will build a $30million overpass at the intersection of Reid Highway and Mirrabooka Avenue.

Three builders shortlisted for $4.3bn Regional Rail Link between Deer Park and West Werribee

Three consortiums interested in building the new passenger rail line between Deer Park and West Werribee have been shortlisted.

Green light for $210m Hunter Valley rail expansion including Maitland to Minimbah Third Track

The NSW Government has approved Australian Rail Track Corporation's (ARTC) $210 million expansion of the Hunter Valley’s rail infrastructure.

Re-sleeping and road improvements part of $135m in funding to rebuild WA's Grain Rail Network

The Federal Government will commit $135 million in funding to rebuild and modernise the WA's Grain Rail Network with the State Government.

Major Project status for Centrex Metals' deepwater port plan for Sheep Hill, Eyre Peninsula

The South Australian Government has declared the proposed Sheep Hill deepwater bulk commodities export port on Eyre Peninsula a major project.

Growth plan for Adelaide Hills worth $550m includes $160m for transport infrastructure projects

A long-term growth plan to rollout $550 million in new infrastructure for Mt Barker in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia has been approved.

More than $69bn in Queensland projects signed off in 2010, nine projects with capex of $23bn

The Queensland Coordinator-General signed off on 11 reports in 2010 for projects worth a total of roughly $69.