News bulletin 18:
News bulletin 18: 8 May 2017

Delaney Civil has been awarded the contract for the next stage of the new Tabulam Bridge over the Clarence River in northern NSW.

Construction and civil group, Watpac, has been appointed as the managing contractor for Townsville’s $250 million North Queensland Stadium to deliver the two-stage design and construct contract for the 25,000-seat structure.

Two new plants are being set up by environmental services firm, ResourceCo, to turn non-recyclable commercial and industrial waste into an alternative fuel product it says can reduce the carbon profile of cement.

The New Zealand Government has announced it will allocate NZ$11 billion in new capital infrastructure over the next four years, with NZ$4 billion for the coming year alone, NZ Minister for Infrastructure Steven Joyce says.

With infrastructure investment falling behind the growing demand for services, innovative ways are being devised to optimise the use of existing assets, according to Richard Robinson, chief executive of AECOM Civil Infrastructure business EMIA.

Image: the existing Tabulam Bridge over the Clarence River in northern NSW.