The Waterloo integrated station development includes construction of the new Waterloo metro station by John Holland while a joint venture between John Holland and Mirvac will deliver the Waterloo Metro Quarter, including four buildings above and next to the station. The development will be a … [more]
FMG Solomon, a subsidiary of Fortescue Metals Group, will develop the Eliwana Project, following board approval in May 2018.
The Iron Bridge Project (Project) is for the development of a new magnetite mine (including processing and transport facilities) and associated infrastructure at the Iron Bridge Project Site to support production of 20 dry million tonnes per annum (dMtpa) of high grade, magnetite … [more]
OZ Minerals is a world-class mining business. We own and operate Prominent Hill a high quality copper-gold mine, and Carrapateena a copper-gold exploration project in our home state of South Australia.
As Australia's third largest copper producer, with quality assets, a healthy cash … [more]
Pitt Street Station is an underground station, about 17 metres (north end) to 20 metres (south end) below ground level, located in the Sydney CBD.
BAE Systems have been selected as the preferred tenderer for the SEA 5000 Future Frigate Program. This program is now known as the Hunter Class Frigate Program.
The Northern Territory Government is committed to improving housing in remote communities with the 10 year $1.1 billion Remote Housing Program Our Community. Our Future. Our Homes. This investment has a focus on local decision making, … [more]
Barossa is an offshore gas and light condensate project being progressed by the Barossa Joint Venture comprising Santos Offshore Pty Ltd (Santos) as Operator and SK E&S Australia Pty Ltd.
The new minimum 1500 capacity theatre will be designed by Blight Rayner + Snøhetta and constructed by Lendlease.
Drawing inspiration from the Brisbane River as an important meeting place for telling stories, the design respects the heritage listed Queensland Cultural Centre while creating … [more]
SA Health procures goods and services for about AUD 1.6 billion annually and with constant changes within the organisation as well as its suppliers' organisations, SA Health is looking at improving communication and reach with its suppliers - past, current and potential.
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