Victoria

Tenders Victoria new this week

Victorian government tenders new this week.

Planning approval for large-scale Victorian battery project

A proposed 200 MW/800 MWh grid scale battery has been given the green light to be developed at the site of a coal-fired power station in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley.

Contracts awarded for $492m health facilities expansion

A slew of contracts has been awarded for a project that what will see three new mental health facilities built across Melbourne.

Opportunity to deliver key stage of $1.7b Melbourne arts precinct project

The expression of interest stage for Australia’s largest cultural infrastructure project has now opened, and we’ve got what you need to know.

Two contracts up for grabs on 11b Melbourne road project

Expressions of interest have been called for two packages of work on an $11 billion road construction project that will link two major arterials in Melbourne’s east – and the project director has provided Projectory with a detailed insight.

Tenders Victoria new this week

Victorian government tenders new this week.

Plans expand for $1.7b Melbourne arts precinct project

The redevelopment of a Melbourne’s art precinct has just been expanded by a $241 million tranche of work, bringing the entire project to over one billion dollars.

Tender open for $271m Melbourne legal centre

Last month we gave you the heads up on the forthcoming procurement process for a $271 million project that will see the construction of a new legal centre in Melbourne’s west – now we can reveal details of the tender just put to market.

Contract awarded for $53m Melbourne iconic pier project

Work is set to commence on the redevelopment of the pier that has become a Melbourne landmark, in a project that will take in historic restoration and the building of a new home for an inner-city penguin colony.

Opportunities with $600m Melbourne building project

The director heading up a $600m program of building projects across Melbourne has told Projectory that an opportunity has opened up for contractors and suppliers to contribute – here's what you need to know.