It’s the Tasmanian mining industry’s main export facility, critical for the future growth of the minerals sector, and now the $64 million port facility in the north of the state is one step closer to construction with the awarding of the building contract.
Planning is complete and approvals being sought for a proposed wind farm at the tip of the Stanley peninsula in Tasmania.
A subsidiary of a major iron ore miner is moving forward with plans to build a green hydrogen plant in the north of Tasmania.
Two milestones have been reached in a Bass Strait mining project, with first approvals being signed and a major contract awarded, and the head of the project has filled Projectory in on the details.
An iron ore mining project in Tasmania is moving closer to a full operational restart with the completed construction of a new plant.
The second major construction contract has been awarded for a $300m Tasmanian university construction project, with the proponent telling Projectory that the economic benefits will be felt right down the construction pipeline, and the project manager detailing upcoming contractor packages.
Plans have been released for a project that will make Launceston home to a $208 million purpose build sporting stadium that is a model of sustainability.
A local Tasmanian contractor has been selected to deliver a major road project that will deliver a more efficient route for freight vehicles travelling across the north of the island.
Things are looking very good for contractors and suppliers in the pipeline and irrigation sectors, with Tasmanian water projects receiving a chunk of cash in the Federal Budget, and Tasmanian Irrigation wasting no time pressing the go button on one major project, with others to follow – and the project director has filled Projectory in the details.
Australia's largest independent oil and gas company is moving forward with its search for a design and construction contractor to deliver a new renewable hydrogen project in Tasmania’s north.