Two major determinations have been made in a $10 billion Melbourne rail project, following engineering and design investigations, and now a new authority has been created to deliver the project – and we can tell you who’s leading it and how to get in touch.
The proponent behind a $300 million development on the east side of Melbourne’s CBD has appointed a builder – and it’s a familiar face.
Construction will begin within the next few months on a $1 billion office tower in the middle of Melbourne’s CBD.
It’s a design that has proved successful with previous level crossing removals, and now engineers have signed off on the construction design of another sky bridge, this time for the removal of four level crossings on the one Melbourne rail line.
The Victorian construction industry is welcoming the 450 construction jobs and countless supplier opportunities expected to be created when work begins on a new hotel development at Melbourne airport - and the project director has filled Projectory in on specific details of construction.
First there were two, then five, now that number has grown to eleven – a spokesperson for a supermarket chain breaking into Victoria has told Projectory that all things going to plan, construction will begin on eleven new stores in and around Melbourne.
Three consortia have been shortlisted for a major works contract as part of the largest road project in Victoria’s history, and the project director has told Projectory that a commitment to engaging local suppliers will be looked upon favorably.
An opportunity exists for a contractor to develop a Melbourne hospital construction project, in Melbourne’s western suburbs.
Early works have begun on the Elizabeth Street upgrade, a project which will see the redevelopment of one of Melbourne CBD’s business streets.
The water authority responsible for Melbourne metropolitan area has opportunities for engineering contractors, worth millions of dollars and lasting up to seven years.