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Sports have the power to unite; so too does sustainability. The Brisbane Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2032 is a powerful catalyst for cumulative change – before, during and long after the event itself. Now is the time to...
GPPC Inc. acquired a Lintec CSD2500B containerised asphalt mixing plant and it has started work on the runway and taxiway rehabilitation project at Yap International Airport (YAP). The airport is located in the Yap Islands, also known as Wa’ab, in...
Doka will be at CONEXPO at Booth D2001. Doka Connects challenges with solutions at CONEXPO 2023. At its own 3,000 sq. ft. outdoor booth, Doka will display its impressive new scaffolding options, innovations in its formwork & shoring portfolio, digital...
CIMIC Group company CPB Contractors, in a joint venture with Downer, has been selected by the NSW Government to deliver the Warringah Freeway Upgrade. The Incentivised Target Cost style contract has a total value of $1.18 billion and will generate...
Written by Andrew Constance, Minister for Transport and Roads, and Paul Toole, Minister for Regional Transport and Roads                                           ...
Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport is on track as the Western Sydney Airport Bulk Earthworks (WSABE) project reaches their first Practical Completion milestone. The team at WSABE reached a major milestone, achieving the handover and Practical Completion of Portion...
Have you experienced one of the following inclusive play spaces in the Greater Sydney area? They’ve been specially designed using our Everyone Can Play guideline, a best practice toolkit to assist in the creation of world-class play spaces that...
Proposed changes to planning rules will cut red tape for the construction of NSW Health facilities, to better equip the state when dealing with medical emergencies. Department of Planning, Industry and Environment Executive Director of State Policies and Strategic...
Three new towers are ready to take their place in Parramatta’s skyline after the NSW Government approved two rezoning proposals that will inject $264 million into Sydney’s second CBD and create more than 530 local jobs. Minister for Planning and...
Councils across NSW will have the opportunity to deliver new and improved public spaces for their local communities thanks to a $250 million program announced today, as part of the NSW Government’s COVID-19 Recovery Plan. Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said...