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$853 million ECU campus to create over 5000 jobs in Perth, Western Australia.

February 27, 2023

Commonwealth and Western Australian Government has announced the start of construction work on the $853 million Edith Cowen University campus in Perth CBD. Occupying 60,000 square meters, the ECU City will feature a vertical campus in the heart of the Perth City Link, directly across from Yagan Square. Key features will include: Six state-of-the-art Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) public performance venues, as home to more than 300 public performances every year Dynamic digital media façade and immersive entrance that envelopes the public plaza Digital smart labs and industry engagement hub Radio, television, and film production studios Arts …

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The Smart Freeway Influence on Perth WA

December 10, 2021

Let’s talk Smart Freeways and how they are benefiting our roads here in Perth WA…. First Developed by Highways England, The Smart Freeway employs active traffic management (ATM) techniques to increase capacity using Motorway Incident Detection and Automatic Signalling (MIDAS). Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) such as road sensors, detection radars and CCTV cameras monitor traffic conditions adjusting them in real time.  For instance, changing speed limits when needed, using ramp signals to make merging safer during busy periods, opening and closing lanes if necessary, whilst gathering and feeding information to a state-of-the-art Road Network Operations Centre (RNOC). The RNOC is …

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New $400 million WA Museum Boola Bardip officially opens

November 24, 2020

WA Museum Boola Bardip, officially opened on Saturday 21st November 2020 in the heart of Perth’s Cultural Centre. The new $400 million museum will introduce Western Australians to incredible exhibitions, experiences and stories on display in the spectacular new building. Boola Bardip means “many stories” in Whadjuk Noongar language. The museum has been developed with a ‘People First’ approach and its content and experiences have been informed by four Community Panels – WA Museum Aboriginal Advisory Committee, the Whadjuk Content Working Group, and the direct engagement of more than 54,000 people across WA. As well as its Aboriginal cultural materials …

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