Provision of a high quality refurbishment of Mayfield, Charlestown and Tamworth offices to create a supportive and productive environment for FACS Staff.
The Hellfire Pass Access Road Project represented an investment by the Australian Government to deliver fit-for-purpose road infrastructure to enhance the functionality of the Existing Hellfire Pass Museum.
Providing the Papua New Guinea and Australian Defence Forces with Australian Standard infrastructure improving operational collaboration and Naval capability between the two nations.
The Lae War Cemetery was established in 1944 by the Australian Army Graves Service containing the graves of men who lost their lives during the New Guinea Campaign in World War II.
The Cell-9 containment cell marks a major development in Newcastle city’s formidable waste collection task ensuring a place for our waste for many years to come.
This project aims to improve the learning experience for existing and future students and meet the University’s short-term and long-term space requirements.
The Explosive Ordnance Logistics Reform Project will deliver new purpose-built logistics infrastructure to increase the Explosive Ordnance (EO) storage and handling capability of Joint Logistics Command.
The HMPNGS Tarangau Comcen Project represents a significant investment and commitment by the Australian Department of Defence to expanding capability in the Pacific.
The Newcastle City Council City Wide Retaining Wall Remediation is part of councils commitment to improve infrastructure for local residents and retain the city’s heritage value.
LAND 121 is a multi-phased project providing the Australian Defence Force with current-generation, high-capability field vehicles, modules and trailers.
The Australian F-35A Project, also known as AIR6000 Phase 2A/2B, is introducing a fifth-generation air combat capability to meet Australia’s air combat needs beyond 2030.
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