Western Australia’s leading transport infrastructure manager Brookfield Rail has changed its name to Arc Infrastructure. Arc Infrastructure CEO Paul Larsen today announced the WA based company’s new identity. “It’s an exciting time for our business. While we remain a Brookfield company, we’re looking forward to creating our own unique identity as Arc Infrastructure,” Mr Larsen
With the recent completion of two of its projects, locally based Architecture and Design team, The Colour Royale, led by Aaron King is poised to transition to the next phase of its development.
The recent parking debate has highlighted that CBD’s here and elsewhere are in transition and locally we have seen an increase in lettable properties, repurposing with an increase in office space, and a decline in Retail Strip shops that correlates with an expansion of suburban retail centres and most critically the expansion of online retailing.
The next planned event, ‘Procure South West – Showcasing local industry capability’, will be held on 24 – 25 November 2017 in the impressive Automotive Centre at South Regional TAFE Bunbury.
Bunbury business women are being encouraged to showcase their achievements, leadership and creativity as entries open for the 2017 Telstra Western Australian Business Women’s Awards.
The City of Bunbury advises that a report entitled Adoption of Draft City of Bunbury Local Planning Strategy and Draft City of Bunbury Local Planning Scheme No.8 is included on the agenda for the round of Council meetings on 26 April 2017 and 2 May 2017. The Council briefing session on Wednesday 26 April 2017
Through jobactive, and a new program called Youth Jobs PaTH, businesses can trial a young person, through an internship, to see if they are the right fit for the business.