INFRASTRUCTURE

Tasmania's ailing water infrastructure needs mainland workers

Tasmania's government says it can fix the state's ailing water infrastructure in five years, but concedes that it needs help from mainland workers to achieve it by then.

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Concrete business fined

The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has fined a Port Macquarie concrete business for failing to properly test and assess its masonry products.

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Leaked documents reveal Sydney tunnel project comes with $14b price tag

Confidential documents leaked to the media revealed that the proposed Western Harbour Tunnel connecting Rozelle in the inner west to North Sydney and the Beaches Link from Warringah to Balgowlah comes with a $14 billion price tag.

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PROCORE: Construction tech - keeping Australia's industry on track

The Australian construction industry continues to advance at speed, and there is rarely a week that another large-scale project or chunk of government funding for new infrastructure isn't announced

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Developing a cloud-based platform for civil construction projects

Trimble and Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd have announced that they are partnering to improve the interoperability of technologies and data for civil engineering and construction projects.

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Case study: grading made easy with technology

Case study: grading made easy with technologyLock icon

State-Wide Earthworks is achieving fine tolerance results with an EasyGrade grader attachment and total station machine control technology.

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Unlocking the potential of drones in construction

Trimble has announced it is collaborating with Propeller Aero to allow civil engineering and construction contractors to better use drones on the jobsite through the distribution of Propeller's Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) analytics platform.

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Major funding for Australian construction technology business

Major funding for Australian construction technology businessLock icon

Compared to other areas of the construction industry, project planning has been relatively slow to adopt new technologies.

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Transporting New Zealand's earthworks into the future

Transporting New Zealand's earthworks into the futureLock icon

Fletcher Construction takes on a four million plus cubic metres earthworks project with Trimble

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Case study: hire business expands fleet with versatile telehandlers

Case study: hire business expands fleet with versatile telehandlersLock icon

The versatile performance and power of the JCB 525-60 Agri Plus telehandler has made it the top choice for an Australian specialist hire group, which has purchased three machines to add to their growing fleet.

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