Water and Wastewater

Proposed $2.9 billion dam to offer over 1800 jobs after being declared a coordinated project

A multi-billion dollar dam project in north Queensland is set to provide water security for agriculture, industry and mines as well as 1,200 jobs in construction, reports Projectory.

Tenders being shortlisted for $42m development in Perth

An engineering consultancy is selecting potential contractors for a $42 million property project in Perth’s northern suburbs.

Contractor registrations open for $852m infrastructure project in southwest WA

An economic development authority is inviting prospective suppliers to express interest in an $852m infrastructure development in southwest WA.

Funding secured for gas and chemical project worth up to $30m in the Pilbara

One of the world’s largest ammonia producers has been granted funds for early work on a gas and chemical development in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.

Another contract awarded for $143m development in Perth

A project management and construction company has won the second tender for a $143 million property project in metropolitan WA.

Townsville's $193m port upgrade now underway to make way for greater commercial access

A much needed port upgrade to Townsville is now underway as construction begins on the protective rock wall, paving way for local jobs across the Northern Queensland economy.

Local builder to deliver $24m major dam upgrade in Qld

Projectory can reveal the major contractor awarded to deliver an upgrade to the Queensland dam and detail staged plans for works.

Tender process open for Victorian wastewater project

The proponent of a proposed wastewater plant upgrade in the north of Victoria has opened the tender process – and we have all the details.

Final approval granted for $219m development in metropolitan WA

A property project worth more than $219 million has been given the nod to start construction in metropolitan Western Australia.

Extra funding approved for $515m renewable energy project south of Perth

An energy and infrastructure partnership will receive a welcome shot in the arm for the nation’s second waste to energy plant just south of metropolitan Western Australia.