Jul 02, 2020

Report to highlight overdue infrastructure repairs

Australia’s $30 billion-plus backlog in work to renew or replace failing local government infrastructure is in the sights of two peak bodies. The Australian Local Government Association (ALGA) is partnering with the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) to address the issue. They will work together – and with local councils around the country – to produce the “National State of the Assets” (NSoA) report. The last NSoA report put the cost of renewing and replacing roads, bridges, stormwater drainage, water suppl...

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