AUSPAN INFORM MARCH 2017
Hello, and welcome to your AUSPAN Inform for March 2017.
This month’s update features the following topics:
- Progress at Port Hedland.
- Albany Ag. Society project.
- New AUSPAN Dairy included in WA election.
Progress at Port Hedland.
Today is an exciting day for the landscape at the Port of Port Hedland.
Today’s ‘AUSPAN Roof Lift’ at the Port will see the new Maintenance Workshop Stage 2 being added to the skyline.
Once complete this 1350m² structure will be used to accommodate maintenance personnel and equipment at the Eastside location within the Port of Port Hedland.
Keep your eye out for your AUSPAN Inform in coming months where we will share further details and footage of the roof lift .
Albany Ag. Society Project in final Statutory Planning stages.
The Albany Ag. Society project is currently in final statutory planning stages.
AUSPAN will be setting up and mobilising to site in the coming weeks. Look out for further updates as these buildings join the $26m redevelopment of the Albany Centennial Park sports precinct.
Once complete these buildings will be home to the renowned Albany Agricultural Show.
Founded in 1889, this year will be the 122nd in the Society’s 126 year history. This community based event takes place over two days each year in mid-November with the aim of promoting, encouraging and assisting the development of the resources of Albany and the Great Southern Region. The Society is a not-for-profit organisation and has been located at Centennial Oval since 1930. Show attendance in 2014 numbered 18,102 with 4,091 section competition entries.
The 2016 Show was temporarily located at the Albany Leisure and Aquatic Centre and surrounding grounds, while the new showgrounds are progressively being redeveloped ready for 2017.
New AUSPAN dairy included in WA election.
Ross Woodhouse is the Liberal candidate for the Warren-Blackwood area in the upcoming Western Australian state election.
We have just reached completion on site of AUSPAN’s scope of works for his new dairy facility. Wes (AUSPAN’s proud installer) copped a post on Ross’s Facebook page communicating his hard work back at the farm while Ross has been out campaigning.