Tagged: procurement

RA members at core of Melbourne Airport Rail delivery

Two recent announcements confirm that RA members are at the core of driving another major transport infrastructure project in Victoria, the much-anticipated Melbourne Airport Rail. Rail Projects Victoria has appointed Laing O’Rourke to commence utility relocation works as part of …

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Reducing embodied emissions in infrastructure

Infrastructure New South Wales (iNSW) recently released a discussion paper which provides guiding principles to help decarbonise the delivery of public infrastructure across the planning, design and construction phases. Focusing on reducing embodied emissions, the paper brings the NSW government …

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Three teams shortlisted for SRL contracts

Three teams have been shortlisted for two tunnelling contracts available for the first stage of Victoria’s Suburban Rail Loop project – SRL East. This first stage will deliver 26km of twin tunnels and 6 new underground stations between Cheltenham and …

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ecologiQ puts circular economy front and centre

This week’s ecologiQ Greener Infrastructure Conference in Melbourne has put the spotlight on the enormous economic and sustainability opportunities available to our sector through the embrace of circular economy principles. Presented by the Major Transport Infrastructure Authority (MTIA), the event …

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SA showcases project pipeline

South Australia’s Department for Infrastructure and Transport held its annual Construction Sector Industry Briefing in Adelaide this week, providing industry participants with details of upcoming and future infrastructure projects. The Hon. Tom Koutsantonis MP, Minister for Infrastructure and Transport joined …

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Tasmania seeks community input on road safety

The Tasmanian Government has been seeking community input on ideas to help prevent road deaths and trauma though a series of community forums held across the state this week. Despite a number of policy interventions and innovations over recent years, …

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TBM Annabell celebrates 10 years

Ghella is celebrating a significant historical milestone this week, marking a decade since its Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) Annabell commenced service on its first infrastructure project in Australia. TBM Annabell was first deployed on excavation works for Brisbane’s Legacy Way …

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