Two of Australia’s leading sustainability organisations have come together to make it easier for industry to deliver sustainability through the infrastructure and buildings that are rapidly shaping our cities.
“The need to fast-track the rollout of infrastructure projects has grown more urgent following the June quarter slump in engineering construction activity to be at its lowest level in a decade,” Shane Garrett, Chief Economist of Master Builders Australia said.
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“Infrastructure Australia’s audit points both to successes and shortcomings in the approaches to Australia’s economic and social infrastructure. Notwithstanding the impressive current pipeline of projects, the Audit points to the need for further investment, more farsighted planning and better coordination,” Ai Group Chief Executive, Innes Willox, said.
Australia’s new Infrastructure Audit is a clarion call for the need to keep investing in infrastructure to support the economic and social transformation of our major cities.
Construction has started on the final 12 kilometres of Litchfield Park Road and the bridge over the Lower Finniss River to ensure year-round access – supporting 80 local jobs.
One side of Flinders Street will be closed to traffic for up to three years to build an underground connection from Flinders Street Station to the new Town Hall Station as part of the Metro Tunnel construction.
The Victorian Government welcomes the Federal Government’s decision which allows work to resume on the Western Highway duplication.
Dial Before You Dig fear potential deaths and injuries as the massive slate of state and national infrastructure projects worth 100s of billions of dollars are rolled out, and is running a national and state-by-state crusade to make underground checking mandatory.
More jobs and improved electricity supplies throughout North Queensland will flow from the latest investment by the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF).