Three new VICSES facilities have been opened across the state, providing volunteers with modern and fit-for-purpose bases in time for the busy summer season.
Cherry Creek passed a major milestone in October with over one million labour hours worked on the project since construction commenced.
The Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) Knox Unit recently moved into its new address at 607 Burwood Highway, Knoxfield.
A major fishing project near Geelong is now complete, with the construction of artificial reefs aimed at improving water quality and fishing opportunities for thousands of Victorians.
The new home for the Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) Chelsea Unit will be located at 13 Ashley Park Drive, Chelsea Heights.
The new Youth Justice facility, under construction at Cherry Creek passed a major milestone this month, with more than 500,000 labour hours worked on the project since construction commenced.
With approximately 5,000 cubic metres of fill installed at the rear of site, a 5-metre retaining wall including 2,500 bricks, and concrete pours for the floor slab taking place, construction for th
The new Jan Juc Surf Life Saving Club (SLSC) facility has officially opened, increasing safety at one of Victoria’s most popular surf beaches.
Work is set to start on a major construction project in Lara, with a $133 million contract signed to expand the capacity of Barwon Prison by 196 beds.
Construction of a new fit-for-purpose Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) Knox facility is underway at 609 Burwood Highway, Knoxfield, with May Constructions awarded as building contractor.
Works to complete the Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) Wangaratta facility are underway, with Midson Construction (VIC) Pty Ltd as the principal contractor for the new fit-for-purpose faci
The new South Melbourne Life Saving Club (LSC) facility has been officially opened, delivering a major boost to water safety at one of Melbourne’s most popular beaches.
Work to provide new cells to house more than 616 prisoners will begin shortly, with the signing of a $41 million contract to manufacture 460 prefabricated steel modular cells for five Victorian pri