Solar glass energy, recycled bricks, sustainable lighting solutions and FOGO (food organics, garden organics) were just some of the sustainable products recently showcased at the second Sustainable Suppliers industry event as part of the METRONET Sustainability Strategy.
The METRONET team took part in the Kambarang Festival, hosted by the City of Armadale’s Champion Centre, sharing project information and employment opportunities with the community.
Did you know our bodies are around 60% water and need about three litres a day to survive?
Over 4,000 members of the public visited the METRONET stand at this year’s Perth Royal Show.
There’s nothing quite like planning ahead, and with 22 new stations being built across the METRONET Program, various materials are being prefabricated offsite to save time and support local manufacturers.
METRONET celebrated NAIDOC Week by engaging in activities, listening to presentations, and attending performances that celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.
The $5.6 million specialist METRONET Trade Training Centre at North Metropolitan TAFE's Midland campus has entered the next phase, with works on the $4.6 million Stage 2 section underway.
To mark National Reconciliation Week and Sorry Day at METRONET, we engaged in learning opportunities and activities to reflect on the significance of our shared histories, cultures, and achievements.
The State Budget has today delivered a $6 billion investment in METRONET over the next four years, with $2 billion to be spent in 2022-23, continuing Perth’s transformation.
Mandjoogoordap – ‘meeting place of the heart’. This is just one of 14 Noongar names identified in Stage 1 of the Noongar Place Names Initiative.
Young and emerging artists across WA can now tap into an exciting new interactive learning resource, helping them turn their creative talents towards public art opportunities on METRONET projects.
With around $6 million worth of onsite services awarded to Aboriginal businesses since 2020, and over 48 jobs created for Aboriginal employees, the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension project is exceeding targets.
Noongar man, Daniel Dzubiel is right on track to achieve his career goals after joining the METRONET Yanchep Rail Extension Project as an Environmental Undergraduate through the CareerTrackers internship program.
A new era at METRONET begins today with new Acting Managing Director Ashley Vincent joining the team.
METRONET Managing Director Anthony Kannis has been announced as the new Director General of the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage from 28 February.
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