An underground mining specialist has won multiple tenders for two resource developments worth about $100 million.
Local sub-contractors have been named the biggest winners at part of a $305 million public-private partnership (PPP) development in southeast Queensland.
A multinational mining company has awarded $1.
A large infrastructure construction company has won the utilities tender for part of a $2.
An energy project management company will soon start construction at part of its $3.
A proposed new $116m fuel storage terminal in Sydney has been given the go-ahead.
A family owned construction business and a supplier of anchoring services have won the latest packages for a $305 million public private partnership (PPP) development in southeast Queensland.
An energy project management company vows to use no fly-in fly-out (FIFO) workers for its $3.
A leading engineering group has won the latest tender for a $276 million resource infrastructure development in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
An international engineering enterprise has won the bid for a $500 million publicly funded military property project in the Northern Territory’s metropolitan area.