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Tiger Brennan Drive Overpass Project – Darwin, NT

As Darwin grows, the team at fission has been supporting the Territory’s investment in critical infrastructure, assisting local contractor Sitzler on the $127m Tiger Brennan Driver Overpass Project. Designed to improve safety for 20,000 daily vehicle users, pedestrians and cyclists, when complete the project will enable the continuous flow of traffic, improving travel times and connections for freight transport.


Welcome to our new home

The team at fission is delighted to announce our relocation to new premises in Brisbane, designed to support the long-term growth of our business.

Infrastructure Engineering

Walkerston Bypass Project Update

Our team were out on site recently at the Walkerston Bypass Project, which we have supported from the business case stage through to construction and delivery to see how works are progressing with contractor Fulton Hogan and client the Department of Transport and Main Roads.


fission appoints Jason Finselbach to lead the organisation’s Energy Services Team

fission is delighted to welcome Jason Finselbach to the team to support our growth and continued success in the energy sector. A senior leader with significant expertise and experience supporting the development of energy projects, Jason will lead fission’s Energy Services Team, supporting key projects such as Humelink and Copperstring 2.0.

M1 Upgrade

fission sees early success in 2023

fission is thrilled to be starting the new year with a solid pipeline of work across road, rail and energy sectors.


Rejuvenation of South Australian Icon Benefits From fission Expertise

As the first major bridge spanning the Murray River, the Old Murray Bridge is an icon of South Australian infrastructure. Constructed in 1879, the State Heritage Listed structure has connected the townships of East and West Murray Bridge providing a critical transport link for the communities. But, as with any structure, time


fission continues its rapid growth in the national rail sector

As the rail sector in Australia grows at a rate not seen since 1854 when the Melbourne and Hobson’s Bay Railway Company opened Australia’s first steam railway line, fission is on track to be at the heart of the nation’s rail infrastructure future.


fission Welcomes David Darbyshire

fission is delighted to start the new year with the addition of David Darbyshire who joins the team as our Rail Estimating Manager, further enhancing the organisation’s experience, capability and expertise.


Sustainability Should Be Infrastructure’s New Mantra

As we have outlined in our recent blogs, we are fully supportive of every effort made to ensure that Australia has the investment in infrastructure required to ensure that our economy thrives, our goods and services can be exported to the world and that our communities benefit from the many positives associated with world-class infrastructure. More than ever, Australia’s internal economy, the changing world trade relationships and the effects on world economies bought about by COVID 19 present both challenges and real opportunities to reset how projects are delivered; from business case to construction to operations.