QUEENSLAND

Building Queensland identifies priority infrastructure proposals

The Palaszczuk government has welcomed the release of Building Queensland's latest Infrastructure Pipeline Report, which identified 23 priority proposals for the Queensland state government to consider.

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Lifting and hauling company appoints voluntary administrators

Voluntary administrators have been appointed for Australian Road Express and its subsidiaries as well as Rivet Mining Services East Holdco and its subsidiaries, the RMS East Group. The latter comprises heavy haulage and crane depots in Newcastle (NSW) as well as Rockhampton and Emerald (Qld).

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Super Ts installed for Toowoomba Second Range Crossing project

The installation of the first span of Super T girders on the viaduct of the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (TSRC) project is now complete.

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Suicide a major issue with Queensland construction workers

Based on The Courier Mail's story, dozens of Queensland construction workers are dying or facing serious injury each year because of suicide attempts in a crisis causing emotional and financial turmoil across the state.

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Brisbane Airport awards $400M contract

Brisbane Airport Corporation has awarded the $400 million Airfield Works contract to a joint venture.

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How to snare a contract

Local Queensland businesses will get tips in July on how to win work from the biggest projects coming to the region, including the $21.7 billion Carmichael coal and rail project.

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Roebuck Civil awarded contract for Mackay Ring Road project

A second contract to relocate water mains on the construction site of the new Mackay Ring Road has been awarded to local company Roebuck Civil.

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Qld budget: infrastructure a major focus

The Labor government will go on a "massive infrastructure spend", including fully funding the Cross River Rail project.

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Brisbane's roadmap for congestion reduction

A roadmap for the future of Brisbane's public transport is set out in a new State government and Brisbane City Council strategy - Connecting Brisbane, which outlines what's needed to implement a modern high-frequency public mass transit system.

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Continued investment in North Australian infrastructure

The Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) is offering up to $5 billion over five years in concessional finance to encourage and complement private sector investment in infrastructure that would benefit Northern Australia. This can include developments in airports, communications, energy, ports, rail and water.

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