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The Australian Defence Export Office (ADEO) was established in April 2018 as a key initiative of the 2018 Defence Export Strategy. The ADEO is the focal point for coordinating whole-of-government defence export support for Australian defence industry, to ensure it can meet Australia’s defence capability needs now and into the future.
Fraser Solar Farm project is located on rural land approximately 2 kilometres (km) south of the Toongabbie township and 5km north of the Glengarry township in south-eastern Victoria.
The Project spans across 110 hectares (ha) and is expected to generate enough clean energy to supply around 29,000 homes with clean renewable energy. This will assist Australia in reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by roughly the equivalent of 154,000 tonnes per year and support a transition towards a more sustainable economy in the Latrobe Valley.
In addition, the Project will provide local social and economic benefits associated with the construction and operation of the Project through employment and use of local businesses.
Albemarle has established a Lithium Hydroxide manufacturing Plant and associated infrastructure within Lot 510 Wellesley Road, Wellesley, in the Kemerton Strategic Industrial Area. The Plant will comprise a series of 20,000 tonne per annum (tpa) Lithium Hydroxide process trains. Initial production will commence with operation of a single train at a rate of 20,000 tpa, increasing in stages with the addition of up to four more 20,000 tpa trains to a potential output of 100,000 tpa
The initial Stages 1 & 2 have been completed, with Train 1 operating and Train 2 being commissioned. Albemarle have approved the decision to build a further two additional processing trains 3 & 4 at the Plant.
The Project is designated as a redevelopment of the Defence Science and Technology Group (DSTG) buildings and facilities at Fishermans Bend (FMB) as part of the Estate Enterprise Investment Program (EEIP).
Existing facilities at FMB are ageing and have or are reaching their end of life leading to maintenance and sustainment requirements that are more expensive, more frequent and less efficient.
The Saipem Clough Joint Venture, comprising Saipem S.p.A and Clough Projects AustraliaPtyLtd, has been selected as the EPC contractor for the development of Perdaman Industries' urea plant on the Burrup Peninsula approximately eight kilometres from Dampier and twenty kilometres northwest of Karratha on the north-west coastline of Western Australia (the Project).
The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics will communicate its forward works and planned procurement via its Gateway page.
John Holland is proud to be partnering with Health Infrastructure and the Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District (ISLHD) to deliver the Shoalhaven Hospital Redevelopment on the NSW South Coast. The state-of-the-art development will deliver new, expanded and integrated health facilities for the Shoalhaven region, reducing the need for patients to travel to Wollongong and Sydney.
The $438 million redevelopment will provide new facilities, including cardiology, mental health and aged care wards, additional operating theatres, a new emergency department and intensive care unit, as well as greater access to more specialised staff, equipment and technology.
Wellington North Solar Farm is 425MWdc Solar Farm approximately 7km North-East of Wellington, off the Goolma Rd, and 50km South-East of Dubbo in the Orana Region of NSW. The project has been approved by the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment for Construction.
Roads, bridges and carparks
Footpaths and cycleways
Leisure centres and swimming pools
Campbelltown Arts Centre
Campbelltown Sports Stadium
Parks, open space and playgrounds
Libraries and community centres
Storm water, drainage and flood mitigation