The Inland Rail Project aspires to bring long-term benefits to all Australian regions reached. Linking Brisbane, Melbourne and Perth and greatly reducing the need for trucks transporting goods on congested roads; the Inland Rail will link Australian businesses to markets both locally and globally, improving Australia's individual freight networks. This project is making great moves to improve road safety in Australia, lower vehicle emissions and create jobs within communities.
Currently the Dellta Contractors team is located in Tamworth, locally making uni culverts for the correlating portion of the railway.
This project involves developing a water abstraction facility which will service the ever-growing Papamoa Coastal Strip and Te Tumu areas as they develop. This water treatment plant will also come to serve as Te Puke's backup water supply. Having taken ecological monitoring for over a decade, this project is being developed with the utmost priority of protecting the Waiāri Stream and wildlife, whilst also allowing for the substantial growth we continue to see in the region; as the water supply will come to service around 35,000 family homes.