WA Major Projects Conference 2017

20-21 June 2017
Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
Perth, WA

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$12.8 million Aboriginal housing project announced

Posted On June 9, 2017

A $12.8 million investment to establish an innovative accommodation project at Perth's St Catherine's College has been announced today by the Australian and Western Australian governments.
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$2.3 billion jobs boost for WA

Posted On May 9, 2017

A LANDMARK $2.3 billion roads and rail deal struck between the Federal and State Governments will create 6000 new jobs in WA over the next two years.
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Western Australia Sees New Sectors of Growth

Posted On April 26, 2017

Agriculture, technology and tourism are emerging as new areas of growth in Western Australia as the economy, long dependent on the mining sector, transitions after the mining boom.
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Transport Priorities for WA

Posted On March 8, 2017

The 8th Annual WA Major Projects Conference 2017 will profile a range of major transport infrastructure priorities for Western Australia which will take centre stage in the lead up to the WA State Election on March 11th 2017.
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Private and Government Funding Investments into Western Australian Major Projects

Posted On February 8, 2017

As Western Australia’s economy continues to re-adjust post-mining boom, a number of new infrastructure and transport projects are planned for the State to accommodate continued population growth.
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Preperation works set to begin on Western Australia's new museum

Posted On February 3, 2017

Construction works are one step closer to beginning on Western Australia’s $428.3 million new museum after tenders were issued for the installation of mechanical and electrical services for the projects work site.
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Mandurah Road intersection to receive $10.3 million upgrade

Posted On February 1, 2017

$10.3 million worth of funding has been allocated to upgrade the intersection of Mandurah Road and Pinjarra Road.
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Department of Parks and Wildlife to benefit from new facilities

Posted On January 30, 2017

Construction works have begun on the Department of Parks and Wildlife’s new primary headquarters which will be located in Bunbury, creating hundreds of new jobs for the region.
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Proposed World Trade Centre Perth reaches Stage 2 assessment

Posted On January 23, 2017

Perth’s CBD could soon be the site of a $1.85 billion World Trade Centre, after plans for the project successfully underwent a Stage One preliminary assessment as part of the Liberal National Government’s unsolicited bids policy.
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Brearly Avenue partially closed to enable Belmont Station construction works

Posted On January 18, 2017

Sections of Brearly Avenue were closed yesterday to enable construction works to begin on the brand new Belmont Station, one of the major infrastructure projects from the Forrestfield-Airport Link project.
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Roe Highway injunction rejected

Posted On January 11, 2017

Roe Highway’s stage 8 construction works will continue this week after an interim injunction from the Save Beeliar Wetlands group to stop the project was rejected in the Federal Court.
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New $13.6 million Treendale bridge to connect growing WA Communities

Posted On January 10, 2017

The Liberal National Government has today revealed that construction works will begin shortly on the new $13.6 million Treendale traffic bridge over the Collie River.
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Margaret River Cultural Centre to receive $3.05 million redevelopment

Posted On December 8, 2016

Regional Development Minister Terry Redman has revealed that $3.05 million will be invested by the Liberal National Government into Margaret River’s Cultural Centre redevelopment as part of the state’s Royalties for Regions initiative.
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Subsurface investigations begin in preparation for WA's new museum

Posted On December 7, 2016

Subsurface investigations have recently begun at the proposed site of Western Australia’s newest museum to prepare for significant construction works that will begin in 2017.
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South Coast Highway set for $5 million safety upgrade

Posted On November 28, 2016

Stage 2 of the South Coast Highway upgrade is set to begin in February 2017 with Transport Minister Bill Marmion setting a final date for the public tenders that will see a contract awarded for the construction works.
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Construction 30% complete at Yagan Square

Posted On November 25, 2016

Premier and Tourism Minister Colin Barnett and Planning Minister Donna Faragher today visited the construction site at Yagan Square to get an update on the $73.5 million construction project.
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Onslow to receive new $2million ambulance facility

Posted On November 16, 2016

State Development Minister Bill Marmion has today revealed that a new Ambulance Sub Centre will be constructed in Onslow as a replacement for their old facilities.
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Contract awarded for creation of new overtaking lanes on Great Eastern Highway

Posted On November 15, 2016

The Liberal National Government has officially awarded the contract to design and build 15 new overtaking lanes on the Great Eastern Highway to WBHO Infrastructure.
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Matilda Gold Project reopened

Posted On November 14, 2016

The reopening of the Matilda Gold Project is set to provide an important boost for the gold mining industry in Western Australia.
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Western Australia remains Australia's leader for mining investment

Posted On October 6, 2016

Western Australia has held its crown as Australia’s leading destination for mining investment after attracting a staggering 66% of the nation's total mining investment in 2015-16.
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