INDUSTRY NEWS

Inland rail project bringing construction jobs to QLD

Inland rail project bringing construction jobs to QLD

The federal government has announced that the second phase of market testing is close to being finalised for the historic Inland Rail project.

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$395M Vic project commences

$395M Vic project commences

Work has begun to remove two dangerous and congested level crossings, and duplicate the track and run more trains more often on the Hurstbridge Line in Victoria.

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CPB Contractors win M1 contract

CPB Contractors win M1 contract

CIMIC's CPB Contractors has reached contractual close with Roads and Maritime Services to deliver the M1 Pacific Motorway widening project in NSW.

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The sights of CONEXPO

The sights of CONEXPO

It's day three of CONEXPO-CON/AGG in Las Vegas and the event is certainly a feast for the senses! As the stories and updates continue to come in. Inside Construction has put together a gallery of the sights at this year's CONEXPO-CON/AGG.

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Master Builders makes history

Master Builders makes history

Secretary Hillary Clinton may have lost the race to become America's first female president but here in Australia, the male-dominated building industry has made history, with Master Builders Australia appointing its first female CEO.

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CFMEU ready for battle

CFMEU ready for battle

The CFMEU has announced its readiness to fight the war being waged on battlers by corporate giants and the Turnbull Government.

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Building a future in the construction industry in Tasmania

Building a future in the construction industry in Tasmania

The Tasmanian government has launched the Apprenticeship Scheme Building Futures Project at Get Real Work Wear in order to help students get the skills they need to get a job and to connect students in the early stages with their chosen career.

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CFMEU demands answers following SA deaths

CFMEU demands answers following SA deaths

The CFMEU is calling for the South Australian government to come clean about their dealings with Hansen Yuncken following the death of yet another worker recently on one of their sites.

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SA to review all roads and rail bridges

SA to review all roads and rail bridges

The South Australian government has released a report detailing what caused the damage to a road overpass in January, and has committed to reviewing all of the state's 1500 road and rail bridges.

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QLD government committed to infrastructure in the bush

QLD government committed to infrastructure in the bush

The state member for Mt Isa, Robbie Katter hailed last years state budget a win for rural Queensland and the Mount Isa electorate.

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