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The NSW Government will redevelop the existing Powerhouse Ultimo, with the renewed facility to focus on design and fashion. Exhibition and public spaces will be expanded and upgraded, with new connections to the Goods Line and adjacent precincts such as the future Tech Central. Planning for a design competition to deliver the Powerhouse Ultimo renewal is underway and is being led by Create Infrastructure and the Powerhouse Museum.
This will form part of the Powerhouse Renewal, which will also include the delivery of the new Powerhouse Parramatta and the expansion of the Museums Discovery Centre in Castle Hill.
The North Brisbane Bruce Highway Western Alternative project would provide a new transport corridor between Beerburrum and north Brisbane, totaling approximately 57 kilometres in length. The project would be delivered in multiple stages.
Stage One includes approximately 8.3 kilometres of highway between Moodlu and Moorina, would run south from the D'Aguilar Highway to Caboolture River Road.
Stage Two of the project includes approximately 15 kilometres of highway south of Caboolture West, between Moorina Narangba.
The Victoria to NSW Interconnector West (VNI West) involves the development of a new 500-kilovolt high-voltage alternating current (HVAC) interconnector between the Snowy Mountains region and Melbourne to increase transfer capacity between New South Wales and Victoria.
AEMO's 2020 integrated Systems Plan identified two possible routes for the transmission line:
- a new substation north of Ballarat to Bendigo to Shepparton to Wagga Wagga (Shepparton Route), and
- a new substation north of Ballarat to Kerang to Darlington Point (or Dinawan) to Wagga Wagga (Kerang Route).
The NSW Government has announced that a materials recovery facility and an Energy from Waste facility will be constructed within the Parkes Special Activation Precinct (SAP). The Parkes EfW facility is likely to be the fourth major thermal EfW facility in Australia.
The successful tenderer for facilities will be responsible for the purchase or lease of land within the SAP, construction, operation and ownership of the facilities, supply of waste, sale of recovered materials, disposal of by-products and sale and purchase of energy off-takes.
The Western Harbour Tunnel will be the second road tunnel under Sydney Harbour. The tunnel will connect the WestConnex Rozelle Interchange with the Warringah Freeway in North Sydney. Once complete and via the Beaches Link, there will be a continuous connection from WestConnex at Rozelle to Sydney’s Northern Beaches.
Main works for the Southern Tunnelling Works package includes construction of approximately 1.7 kilometres of twin three-lane tunnels between Rozelle and Birchgrove.
This project will co-locate Marlborough Boys' and Marlborough Girls' College on the site currently occupied by Marlborough Girls' and Bohally Intermediate School. The Intermediate School will be relocated and rebuilt on the current Marlborough Boys' College site - at College Park.
The co-location of Marlborough Boys' and Girls' Colleges and relocation of Bohally Intermediate School is set to be one of the biggest projects that the New Zealand Ministry of Education has delivered.
A new Bridgewater Bridge will be constructed downstream of the existing bridge, providing a new connection between the Brooker and Midland Highways to the north of Hobart.
The scope of the project includes:
- a new, four-lane bridge with two lanes in each direction
- a speed limit of at least 80 km/h
- a shared path for cyclists and pedestrians
- safety screens and barriers
- a grade separated interchange connecting the Brooker and Lyell Highways in Granton, and
- connections to local roads in Bridgewater and Granton.
The navigation clearance of the new bridge will match the Bowen Bridge further downstream. However, the existing Bridgewater Bridge, with its vertical lift mechanism, will be retained, limiting the passage of larger boats up the Derwent River.
The New Zealand Government and Christchurch City Council jointly committed to constructing a new multi-purpose sports and entertainment arena, including a stadium, on NZ Government land in the city centre. The decision followed damages sustained to AMI Stadium (previously Rugby League Park) and Lancaster Park during the 2011 earthquake in NZ.
The Canterbury Multi-Use Arena will have a seating capacity for 30,000 people that can be increased to 41,000 for concerts.
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