Under plans for Tasmania’s biggest ever investment in social housing, around 400 jobs and 450 homes will be created, creating countless opportunities for construction contractors and suppliers and pumping millions into the local economy – and the proponent has given Projectory an insight into the scope of the project.
A local builder has been selected to construct stage two of a major redevelopment of Hobart’s biggest sports and entertainment centre.
A deal has been struck between TasNetworks and a Tasmanian council to redevelop a site to become the potential site of a converter station supporting a second interconnector across Bass Strait.
It’s a unique Early Contractor Involvement process, but the project director of a $576 million bridge project on the edge of Hobart, has told Projectory how two shortlisted contractors are helping shape the design of the new bridge while vying for the opportunity to construct it.
Four construction companies are now vying for the contract to deliver a $576 million bridge on the edge of Hobart and the project director has outlined to Projectory the particular tender process.
The contract to design and construct a $576 million road bridge in Tasmania has been put out to market, and the project director has provided Projectory with essential details about the procurement process and what exactly they are searching for.
A head contactor has been appointed to oversee the $70 million expansion of one of the country’s most notorious prisons, in a project that will see work delivered within an operating prison environment.
Construction will begin immediately on a $70 million project that will see a purpose-built remand complex constructed within the walls of a notorious Tasmanian prison, following the awarding of the construction contract.
The Tasmanian government has opened tenders to find builders to deliver two important housing projects, in what is expected to be a big boost for the local construction industry.
Construction of what is being described as “the biggest single transport project undertaken in Tasmania in a generation” is well into the planning stage, after the locking in of funding.