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Project Updated   17 May
part of Great Western Highway Upgrade

The NSW Government is upgrading the Great Western Highway between Katoomba and Lithgow. The upgrade is being delivered across three packages: 

  • Central Package - Blackheath to Little Hartley 
  • East Package - Katoomba to Lithgow
  • West Package - Little Hartley to Lithgow

The East package between Katoomba and Blackheath is split into three sections:

  • Katoomba to Medlow Bath - widening 3.5 kilometres of highway to provide dual carriageway between Rowan Lane in Katoomba and Bellevue Crescent in Medlow Bath, and
  • Medlow Bath to Blackheath - widening 1.8 kilometres of highway to provide dual carriageway between Station Street in Medlow Bath and Tennyson Road in Blackheath.

A construct only contract for a 1.2 kilometre Medlow Bath section is currently under procurement in a separate process.

STATUS: Announced
Project Updated   17 May
part of Great Western Highway Upgrade

The NSW Government is upgrading the Great Western Highway between Katoomba and Lithgow. The upgrade is being delivered across three packages: 

  • Central Package - Blackheath to Little Hartley 
  • East Package - Katoomba to Lithgow
  • West Package - Little Hartley to Lithgow

The West package from Little Hartley to Lithgow includes an upgrade to dual carriageway of 14 kilometres of Highway between Little Hartley and Lithgow. The West package is split into four sections:

  • Little Hartley to River Lett Hill
  • River Lett Hill to Forty Bends, and
  • Forty Bends to Lithgow.

A construct only contract for the Cox’s River Road section is currently under procurement in a separate process.

STATUS: Announced
Status Changed   09 May

TPG Telecom will sell 100 per cent of its passive mobile tower and rooftop infrastructure to OMERS Infrastructure Management. The sale comprises 1,237 tower asset sites, which includes 428 towers and 809 rooftops, representing 21 per cent of TPG Telecom’s total mobile network footprint. TPG Telecom will retain ownership of all radio access network infrastructure.

STATUS: Awarded
Project Added   04 May

The new Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) campus in Woden will service around 6,500 students and will focus on IT, cyber security, hospitality and business faculties. The new campus will replace CIT’s Reid Campus and will be built at the site of the existing Woden bus interchange.

The new CIT campus is proposed to include:

  • smart classrooms
  • cyber training and digital learning spaces
  • a training restaurant with a commercial kitchen
  • collaboration and group-work learning spaces
  • function rooms, activated common areas and greenspace
  • incubator hubs and spaces for collaboration with industry and local businesses
  • ‘smart campus’ technology which would link the campus with custom digital learning management systems, and
  • youth foyer housing to support vulnerable young people undertaking training or study.
STATUS: Awarded
Project Added   02 May

The new Integrated Mental Health Complex in Westmead will comprise of a mental health assessment unit, mental health beds, ambulatory and outpatient services and education facilities. The facility will be linked to the Central Acute Services Building at Westmead Hospital and will replace the existing mental health facilities at Cumberland Hospital.

The scope of the project includes:

  • a Mental Health Acute Assessment Unit to enable efficient assessment, referral and intake of patients
  • acute mental health beds, including beds for youth, adolescent, adult, older persons, and adults with eating disorders
  • sub and non-acute mental health beds
  • multidisciplinary ambulatory and outpatient services, and
  • education facilities.

 

STATUS: Announced
Project Updated   28 Apr

METRONET involves the construction of approximately 72 kilometres of new passenger rail, 18 stations, multiple level crossing removals, as well as signalling and fleet upgrades across Perth's rail network. METRONET was Government of Western Australia's headline transport commitment at the 2017 WA State election. First proposed in 2013, the project will significantly expand Perth's current heavy rail network. The major works on the project consists of:

  • construction of Forrestfield-Airport Link
  • construction of a new rail line to Morley and Ellenbrook
  • extension of the Joondalup line to Yanchep
  • extension of the Armadale line to Byford
  • construction of the Thornlie to Cockburn link, the first section of a circle line intersecting all existing and proposed METRONET first stage rail lines
  • construction of a new Midland Station
  • level crossing removals on the Armadale line
  • High Capacity Signalling upgrade
  • Bellevue Railcar Manufacturing Facility
  • Rolling Stock procurement, and 
  • New Bayswater Station.

The WA Government has also indicated the first stage will include planning work for an inner suburb light rail system.

STATUS: Under Procurement
Project Updated   26 Apr

The New Dunedin Hospital will be a 421-bed tertiary hospital servicing the lower part of the South Island of New Zealand, operated by Southern District Health Board (Southern DHB). 

The New Dunedin Hospital will see construction of New Zealand’s largest ever hospital, comprising two main structures, the Acute Services Building and the Ambulatory Services Centre, with a link bridge joining the buildings. It will include 421 beds (including 30 ICU beds) and 20 theatres with space for additional theatres. Both buildings are being procured separately.

 

STATUS: Under Procurement
Project Updated   22 Apr
part of New England Highway Upgrade

The Muswellbrook Bypass will see the New England Highway pass to the north east of Muswellbrook. 

Transport for NSW's preferred option for the bypass is a 9.1-kilometre bypass between the New England Highway near Milpera Drive and north of Sandy Creek Road. 

The NSW Government is undertaking the progressive upgrade of the New England Highway, part of National Land Transport Network, which runs from the Hunter region to the Queensland border.

STATUS: Detailed Planning

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