The NSW Government has big plans for Sydney’s future, and mega transport projects are key to achieving them. Congestion issues are being tackled on multiple fronts, including new public transport links, upgrades to major roads … about Major Transport Upgrades Help Boost Sydney’s Civil Sector
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Montreal’s historic LRT will be extended to become one of the largest systems of its kind in the world. The Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) announced the extension to the Réseau Express … about Montreal’s New Extension to Light Rail Line One of the Largest Systems in the World
The South Perimeter Highway, part of the four-lane divided thoroughfare that forms a ring road around the City of Winnipeg, Man., is slated for an upgrade that will cost billions and create thousands of jobs.
On October 1, Canada’s federal government announced 10 billion dollars’ worth of infrastructure spending over the next three years. The money will go towards increasing high-speed internet connectivity, improving Canadian agriculture, and bolstering the low … about Canada to Spend $10 Billion in New Infrastructure Projects
Here are some of the dramatic shifts futurists and analysts believe the industry should prepare for in the coming decades.
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These projects hold the promise of sustainable business for contractors and improved resilience for the nation.
Engineers and infrastructure experts have pushed for a renewed national focus on overhauling the country’s infrastructure for years. However, so far, their warnings have gone largely unheeded.
In an increasingly urbanised world, smart infrastructures are required to increase the liveability of our future cities, especially in Australia where some 90 per cent of the population lives in cities.