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    $95bn of projects ahead for WA

    $95bn of projects ahead for WA

    20 Dec 2018 by Matt Mckenzie

    Woodside Petroleum’s Browse and Scarborough LNG developments are the biggest of $95 billion of major projects under way or likely in Western Australia, with 96 ongoing and a further 68 probable. ...

    Lendlease secures $53m tunnel contract

    Lendlease secures $53m tunnel contract

    19 Dec 2018 by Business News

    Diversified contractor Lendlease has secured a $53.2 million state government contract to provide maintenance services for the Graham Farmer Freeway tunnel for the next six years. ...

    Airport rail project hit with 12-month delay

    Airport rail project hit with 12-month delay

    18 Dec 2018 by Tayler Neale

    The state government has announced a delay of up to 12 months at the Forrestfield-Airport Link due to tunneling issues, but says the rail project’s $1.9 billion budget will not be impacted. ...

    Freight links still key for Freo port future

    Freight links still key for Freo port future

    12 Dec 2018 by Matt Mckenzie

    Fremantle’s port has room to grow container trade, possibly for three decades, according to a new report by the state government’s Westport taskforce, but freight infrastructure improvements are needed in the short term at Fremantle, Bunbury and Kwinana. ...

    Delays flagged for Pilbara project

    Delays flagged for Pilbara project

    10 Dec 2018 by Tayler Neale

    The $6 billion Balla Balla infrastructure project has experienced two setbacks, with the deadline for meeting its obligations under a State Agreement extended by 18 months and recent exploration work failing to live up to promise. ...

    Setbacks for cruise ships at Broome

    Setbacks for cruise ships at Broome

    06 Dec 2018 by Tayler Neale

    The state government has been forced to allocate an extra $8 million to a dredging program at Broome Port, while an independent report has ruled out the use of a below deck gangway for cruise ships at the port. ...

    Keslake secures $6.5m Cott bike path work

    Keslake secures $6.5m Cott bike path work

    05 Dec 2018 by Tayler Neale

    Perth-based Keslake Group has won a $6.5 million state government contract to build a 2.8-kilometre bicycle path alongside the Fremantle railway line. ...

    Valmec, WestStar win contracts

    Valmec, WestStar win contracts

    04 Dec 2018 by Adrian Rauso

    Valmec has secured $25 million worth of construction contracts, including at Mineral Resources’ Wodgina project, while fellow local contractor Weststar Industrial was awarded a $4 million contract at Rio Tinto’s West Angelas mine near Newman. ...

    Adco, EMCO win $20m in contracts

    Adco, EMCO win $20m in contracts

    30 Nov 2018 by Business News

    Adco Constructions has secured a contract to complete expansion works at Bunbury Regional Prison, while EMCO Building will construct a new performing arts centre at Melville Senior High School. ...

    GCS shares slump on earnings update

    GCS shares slump on earnings update

    27 Nov 2018 by Mark Beyer

    Shares in Global Construction Services have fallen to a one-year low, on the same day the company’s shareholders voted to change its name to that of merger partner SRG Global. ...

    Donovan tapped as Water Corp CEO

    Donovan tapped as Water Corp CEO

    22 Nov 2018 by Adrian Rauso

    Former ATCO Gas Australia president Pat Donovan has been announced as the new chief executive of the Water Corporation, replacing Sue Murphy after a 10-year tenure. ...

    Universal locks in $14m school contract

    Universal locks in $14m school contract

    22 Nov 2018 by Business News

    Osborne Park-based Universal Constructions has secured a $14 million state government contract to build a new primary school in Caversham. ...

    RCR into administration

    RCR into administration

    22 Nov 2018 by Tayler Neale

    RCR Tomlinson, which grew rapidly to be one of Australia's largest engineering contractors with annual revenue of $2 billion, 3,400 staff and multiple contracts in WA, has been placed into administration after failing to secure new funding. ...

    Georgiou awarded NSW road contract

    Georgiou awarded NSW road contract

    20 Nov 2018 by Business News

    Perth-based Georgiou Group has won a road construction contract in NSW, with the overall project worth about $140 million. ...

    GHD wins Claremont station contract

    GHD wins Claremont station contract

    20 Nov 2018 by Tayler Neale

    Engineering consultancy GHD has been awarded a $6.7 million contract to design upgrades to the rail network around Claremont train station as part of the state government’s Metronet project. ...

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