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Waitsia works underway
The first stage of Mitsui’s gas infrastructure expansion near Dongara has begun with the removal of an old 55-tonne compressor. Our WA Works content is...
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Civmec poised for OPVs
Civmec is furnishing its giant new $85 million workshop as it prepares for the start of offshore patrol vessel construction for the Royal Australian Navy....
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Civic Heart gets a start
Construction of Finbar’s Civic Heart project in South Perth is expected to kick off in October after the State Government approved the long-delayed twin tower...
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Contract win supports 1000 workers
UGL will generate $450 million over “multiple years” after winning contracts to provide maintenance, turnarounds and project services for its oil and gas clients, including...
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Hospital demolition is huge
The State Government has called for expressions of interest from contractors to demolish and remediate the old Princess Margaret Hospital in Subiaco. Our WA Works...
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Roy Hill opts for Epiroc robot trucks
Iron ore producer Roy Hill says it is plotting a path for “end-to-end automation” after signing a contract to automate truck haulage at its Pilbara...
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Koodaideri lab builder looking for suppliers
The New Zealand engineering company contracted to build an automated sampling laboratory for Rio Tinto’s Koodaideri iron ore project says its Perth office will double...
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Kerman back in iron ore
Kerman’s re-entry into the iron ore space is part of a $225 million blitz of new contracts on Rio Tinto and Fortescue projects as the...
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Fulton Hogan’s hot defence job
Fulton Hogan will set up a Perth office to run the early stages of Defence’s latest infrastructure project – the $184 million upgrade of Cocos/Keeling...
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Oil and gas work heating up
WA’s new oil and gas boom is gathering pace, with energy giants Woodside and Santos starting supplier engagement via the Industry Capability Network for two...
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Tourism set for red tape tangle
Chris Rodwell CCIWA Chief Executive Officer Western Australia would become the only state saddling Airbnb and other short-stay accommodation platforms with onerous and unnecessary regulations...
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Coronavirus travel bans pose staffing concerns
Businesses are facing staff travel restrictions as a result of the coronavirus outbreak in China’s Hubei province. Australia has closed its borders to travellers from...
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