Archived News for Engineering Professionals - May, 2013
The Victorian Government has released the framework for assessing the environmental impacts of the proposed East West Link between the Eastern Freeway to the Port of Melbourne.
The New South Wales Government has outlined a ‘new era’ for Infrastructure NSW as the agency now adopts an official advisory capacity for the delivery of key infrastructure projects.
Qantas has announced it will up its investment in Perth’s Airport to $100 million over the coming 18 months as the airlines seeks to expand and upgrade its presence in the Western Australian market.
A return to form is on the horizon for the nation’s construction industry, according to the latest forecast figures released by Master Builder’s Australia (MBA).
Australia could be facing a gas supply crisis if the Federal Government fails to intervene and ensure competitively price gas supply, according to the latest report released by Manufacturing Australia.
Ford has announced the end of its car making business in Australia, with all manufacturing operations set to cease in October 2016 following an estimated $500 million loss over the past fiver years.
The Federal Government has announced it has granted approval for the Anketell Point Iron Ore Processing and Export Project in Western Australia, subject to 45 strict conditions.
The Federal Government has reaffirmed its support of the delivery of the $9 billion Melbourne Metro passenger train system, with Federal Infrastructure Minister Anthony Albanese saying that the Federal Budget would allocate $3 billion to be matched dollar-for-dollar by the State Government.
The Victorian Government has commenced the formal planning and consultation process for the proposed East West Link road project, according to State Minister for Roads Terry Mulder.
The Federal Government has revealed the full extent of its $1 billion jobs package, which it says will support an ‘innovative and dynamic economy’ and will produce more Australian jobs.
The Federal and South Australian Governments are seeking public feedback on three new mining and infrastructure plans that will aim to guide the rollout of major transport, logistics, energy and water projects in regional South Australian.
The Federal Government has announced it will bring forward $160 million in Clean Technology Investment Program funding to the 2014-15 financial year, in a bid to increase manufacturing investment and boost productivity.