WA Major Projects Conference 2020

4-5 March 2020
Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre
Perth, WA

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Subiaco scaling new heights

Posted On July 11, 2014

Planning Minister John Day announced he has approved a planning scheme amendment that will allow a 16-storey development on the site of the former Pavilion Markets in Subiaco.
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Edgewater multi-storey car park tender release

Posted On July 10, 2014

Work is progressing on the $46.5million multi-storey car park at Edgewater train station, with the tender released for its design and construction.
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Aubin Grove Station reaches milestone

Posted On July 1, 2014

The development of Aubin Grove Station moved a step closer today with the release of a tender for the project’s construction.
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$110million project brings mining jobs boost

Posted On June 21, 2014

The opening of a major new gold mill and treatment plant near Kalgoorlie promises employment for hundreds of Goldfields residents.
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Master plan for Anketell Port revealed

Posted On June 18, 2014

The Western Australian Government has released the Anketell Port Master Plan, detailing plans for a major, multi-user and multi-commodity deep water port in the Pilbara.
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'Come dine with me' at Elizabeth Quay

Posted On June 16, 2014

When Elizabeth Quay opens to the public late next year, visitors will be able to enjoy waterfront dining, family friendly activities, events and entertainment.
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Esperance Waterfront development now open

Posted On June 8, 2014

Premier Colin Barnett and Regional Development Minister Terry Redman today officially opened the first section of the Esperance Waterfront redevelopment.
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$40million upgrade to Fitzgerald River National Park

Posted On June 7, 2014

One of Australia’s largest and most significant national parks has undergone a $40million upgrade designed to boost tourism along Western Australia’s south coast and stimulate local businesses.
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Stadium transport solutions on track

Posted On June 2, 2014

A suite of works is under way to deliver an integrated transport system to manage all pedestrian, vehicle, bus and train movements to and from the new Perth Stadium.
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Government commits to Narrogin Link Road

Posted On May 29, 2014

Premier Colin Barnett has today attended a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the final stage of the Narrogin Link Road Project which will improve road safety in the town and allow road train access.
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Perth Freight Link a boost for WA industry

Posted On May 19, 2014

Perth’s freight network is set to be transformed with a $1.6billion Perth Freight Link to connect Fremantle Port with Kewdale and beyond, jointly funded between the Australian and WA Governments.
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Building Western Australia's Transport Infrastructure for the 21st Century

Posted On May 13, 2014

The Abbott Government has made a record $4.7 billion investment to build the infrastructure of the 21st Century for Western Australia.
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Perth Freight Link: Improving Capacity to the Port of Fremantle

Posted On May 13, 2014

The Abbott Government is delivering on its Economic Action Strategy to build a stronger and more prosperous Australia by committing to the Perth Freight Link, a high standard freight connection to Fremantle Port.
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Investing in Infrastructure to Grow the State - State Budget 2014-15: $10million for Cockburn sports centre

Posted On May 9, 2014

The State Government has allocated $10million to the City of Cockburn towards a multi-purpose sport and recreation facility to cater for the rapidly expanding population in the growing southern corridor.
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Investing in infrastructure to support our growing State - State Budget 2014-15: $3billion for North Metropolitan

Posted On May 8, 2014

Perth’s North Metropolitan region will benefit from a $641.3million investment in public transport and road infrastructure as part of a $3billion four-year investment in the State Budget.
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Investing in infrastructure to support our growing State - State Budget 2014-15: $2.74billion for East Metropolitan

Posted On May 8, 2014

More than $1.87billion will be invested in major upgrades to the road network in the East Metropolitan region over the next four years as part of a $2.74billion investment in the region by the Liberal National Government.
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Investing in infrastructure to support our growing State - State Budget 2014-15: $2.11billion for South Metropolitan

Posted On May 8, 2014

Three projects to improve traffic flow on the Kwinana Freeway and nearby roads are being funded as part of a $2.11billion four-year investment in the South Metropolitan region in the State Budget.
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Investing in Infrastructure to Grow the State - State Budget 2014-15: Goldfields-Esperance to benefit from $99.1million boost

Posted On May 8, 2014

Health services, education and infrastructure in Western Australia’s Goldfields-Esperance region will benefit from $99.1million of Royalties for Regions funding in the 2014-15 State Budget.
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Investing in Infrastructure to Grow the State - State Budget 2014-15: Pilbara to benefit from $280million boost

Posted On May 8, 2014

Local training, health and major infrastructure in Western Australia’s Pilbara region will benefit from $280million of Royalties for Regions funding in the 2014-15 State Budget.
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Investing in Infrastructure to Grow the State - State Budget 2014-15: Mid-West region to benefit from $105.7m boost

Posted On May 8, 2014

Health services, education and infrastructure in Western Australia’s Mid-West region will benefit from $105.7million of Royalties for Regions funding in the 2014-15 State Budget.
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