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When it comes to earthworks, there are several tools and equipment needed to execute the job. Professionals will operate the equipment and perform complicated excavation tasks. Below are some of the equipment that earthwork companies must be equipped with to perform their jobs effectively.
With iSeekplant, finding well-equipped earthwork companies in Ulverstone is easy! We have assisted customers across Australia in their request for earthwork services. If you’re looking for an earthwork contractor near you but can’t find anyone in Ulverstone, try searching in Devonport, Burnie, Wynyard, Launceston or Queenstown. If you’re looking for multiple contractors, be sure to check out the following related services including Excavation, Earthmoving and Subdivisions.
$176 Million NorthLink Contract win for John Holland. The first construction contract for the NorthLink WA project has been awarded to John Holland Pty Ltd. The project is worth $1.12 billion and the contract is worth $176 million, with work due to begin on the Tonkin Highway Upgrade in winter this year.Read more here
Downer cancels its Tecnicas Reunidas contract - yet another Tier 1 contractor at odds with overseas investors in the mining industry. Downer has cancelled its Tecnicas Reunidas contract for pre-fabricated module installation for an ammonium nitrate project in the Burrup Peninsula in Western Australia.Read more here
Tasmania's Granville Harbour Wind Farm is set to begin construction shortly after receiving its required funding. This 112 megawatt is expected to generate enough electricity to power more than 46,000 homes. The project, which has received funding from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC), will deliver a one-third increase to Tasmania's wind power capacity.Read more here
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