INFRASTRUCTURE

Engineering the port of the future

Engineering the port of the future

Singapore's largest port authority, PSA has joined forces with the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to collaborate on strengthening Systems Engineering expertise and knowledge for PSA Engineering and Infocomm Technology (ICT) employees.

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Civmec commences work on $80M shipbuilding facility

Civmec commences work on $80M shipbuilding facility

Multi-disciplinary heavy engineering constructor Civmec has commenced construction of Australia's largest undercover shipbuilding facility in Henderson, WA.

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A new generation of power

A new generation of power

The Federal government, has announced through the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), $2.1 million of recoupable funding support to deploy 1 MW of the 'SunSHIFT' technology in Rutherford, NSW.

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What's next after Roe 8?

What's next after Roe 8?

It's been a little over a month since Western Australians headed to the polls in the March 11 state elections. So far, the newly elected government has kept its election promise to scrap the $2 billion Roe 8 project. But what's the go with civil construction projects across the state?

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The airbnb of equipment rental

The airbnb of equipment rental

Willy Schlacks is the president and co-founder of US-based Equipmentshare, a peer-to peer airbnb-type equipment rental marketplace that also offers telematics and equipment utilization services.

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IROCK crushers launches new finishing screen for medium to large producers

IROCK crushers launches new finishing screen for medium to large producers

IROCK Crushers' new TS-518 mobile tracked screening plant gives medium to large producers a compact, heavy-duty and easy-to-move finishing screen with a high output. IROCK developed the screener with hydraulically powered components, including conveyors, which allow operators to quickly and easily move the machine into place for production in as little as 10 minutes.

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Contractor appointed to enhance Queensland's largest reservoir

Contractor appointed to enhance Queensland's largest reservoir

The QLD government has announced Australian engineering firm Mulligan Geotechnical has been appointed to a $8.5 million maintenance works project on the Burdekin Falls Dam to ensure it continues to operate safely in the future.

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Construction continues growth in March

Construction continues growth in March

The Australian Industry (Ai) Group/Housing Industry Association (HIA) Australian Performance of Construction Index (Australian PCI) registered 51.2 in March - readings above 50 indicate expansion in activity - showing continued signs of construction growth.

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Test drilling underway on Echuca-Moama Bridge

Test drilling underway on Echuca-Moama Bridge

Early works have commenced on the $280 million Echuca-Moama Bridge project. First up, test drilling for pylon placement on the bridge.

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Final bids in for Metro Tunnel

Final bids in for Metro Tunnel

Bids for Victoria's $6 billion Metro Tunnel and Stations Public Private Partnership have been received and are being assessed by the Melbourne Metro Rail Authority.

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