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Payment system solves subcontractors cash flow problem
Protecting subcontractors from cash flow pain was at the heart of Jackson McDonald principal Hilary Hunt’s drive to simplify project bank account documentation.
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WA economy in desperate need of a reform wave
Aaron Morey CCIWA Chief Economist Western Australia’s economy begins the decade with weak business and dwelling investment, a contracting domestic economy and subdued economic activity....
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$3b of new WA projects
The market has heated up for summer, with more than $3 billion of new major projects identified for the latest edition of WA Works’ major...
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Pluto village build to start soon
Woodside expects to start building a FIFO accommodation village for its Pluto Train 2 LNG project this month after the company received key approvals for...
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Iron ore back in form
The market has heated up in time for summer, with more than $3 billion of new projects identified for the latest edition of WA Works’...
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LNG upside as Australia leaps Qatar
WA is expected to boost liquefied natural gas production this year, further cementing Australia’s new status as the world’s largest LNG exporter. Our WA Works...
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Fortescue’s Shanghai connection
Fortescue has deepened its already strong ties to China by opening a new office in Shanghai, the country’s financial hub and biggest city. Our WA...
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BHP’s mega modules on the move
Some of the biggest and heaviest equipment for BHP’s $5.2 billion South Flank iron ore project is now headed to the Pilbara construction site. Our...
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Less waste, more power
Burning rubbish to generate electricity has become a growth industry, with construction of WA’s second waste-to-energy plant now underway in Perth’s southern suburbs. Our WA...
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Rio and BHP wins for Monadelphous
The state’s two biggest iron ore producers, Rio Tinto and BHP have awarded plenty of work in the last couple of weeks, and the big...
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All aboard for Midland
Construction of the new $160m Midland train station has edged closer after the State Government unveiled more details of the long-discussed eastern suburbs project. Our...
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Fight on for army dollars
WA defence industry suppliers have the chance to get a slice of what has been described as the largest ever investment in new Australian Army...
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