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Substrata is a company founded in the 1970’s by John Battistoni, which has been solving the biggest challenges in soil stabilization, soil conditioning, cleaning, odor control, and petroleum-based bioremediation for over 40 years. It has now became a market...
For the past six years, crews have been working to improve the durability and safety of the Turcot Interchange and to create better links between neighborhoods in the southwest part of downtown Montréal, Quebec. Scheduled for completion by the...
Two revitalised town centres and thousands more homes are on the way for Western Sydney, with the NSW Government approving four major rezonings in Fairfield, Villawood, Harris Park and Silverwater. Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the projects were fast-tracked...
The NSW Government has today announced the approval of a $1.49 billion revamp of the Mt Druitt CBD, which will create 15,000 jobs and breathe new life into Western Sydney. The green light for the rezoning proposal paves the way for...
Communities in Sydney’s inner west will benefit from new and improved public spaces, thanks to $20 million in funding from the NSW Government’s Parramatta Road Urban Amenity Improvement Program. Planning and Public Spaces Minister Rob Stokes said this funding will...
A new tunnel from Arncliffe to Kogarah that will shave up to 15 minutes’ off motorists’ commutes will become a reality following NSW Government planning approval. Planning and Public Spaces Minister Rob Stokes said the M6 Stage 1...
CPB Contractors has been selected by the Australian Government’s Department of Defence to deliver the Point Wilson Waterside Infrastructure Remediation project. The site establishment and then construction is due to commence early in the new year. Point Wilson is an explosives...
Construction work has started on the first stage of the $26.2 million redevelopment of the Garnet Adcock Memorial Park at West Gosford. The Adcock Park Redevelopment project, which is funded by Central Coast Council with a $1 million contribution...
Infrastructure Australia has released the 2019 Infrastructure Priority List, presenting 121 nationally significant infrastructure proposals and a $58 billion project pipeline
  The Mount Isa rail line is expected to re-open Monday, April 29, restoring one of Queensland’s most important freight routes. Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey said more than 400 Queensland Rail staff and contractors had worked 160,000 hours over...