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CONEXPO: ASV showcase the RT-30 compact truck

CONEXPO: ASV showcase the RT-30 compact truck

ASV recently featured at CONEXPO/CON AGG the Posi-Track RT-30 compact track loader as a heavy-duty commercial machine in a small package.

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French construction giant frontrunner in Seymour Whyte takeover race

French construction giant frontrunner in Seymour Whyte takeover race

Brisbane-based civil engineering group Seymour Whyte is reportedly considering a non-binding conditional proposal by French construction firm Vinci worth up to $126 million.

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New BIM framework launched

New BIM framework launched

The Australasian Procurement and Construction Council (APCC) and the Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF) have released the Building Information Modelling (BIM) Knowledge and Skills Framework.

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Laing O'Rourke makes efforts to resolve Ichthys dispute

Laing O'Rourke makes efforts to resolve Ichthys dispute

Laing O'Rourke recently announced it has demobilised approximately 800 of its people from the Ichthys LNG Tanks Project in Darwin.

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Inland rail project bringing construction jobs to QLD

Inland rail project bringing construction jobs to QLD

The federal government has announced that the second phase of market testing is close to being finalised for the historic Inland Rail project.

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Supplier partnership crucial to success

Supplier partnership crucial to success

For contractors across Australia, reliable machinery is essential to winning important contracts.

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$395M Vic project commences

$395M Vic project commences

Work has begun to remove two dangerous and congested level crossings, and duplicate the track and run more trains more often on the Hurstbridge Line in Victoria.

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Unfair tender processes - will tenderers have a remedy if there's no process contract?

Unfair tender processes - will tenderers have a remedy if there's no process contract?

We expect Australian courts will start using the doctrine of estoppel to provide a legal remedy to tenderers that can prove the tender process was not conducted fairly, or in accordance with the RFT.

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Annual ACIF Briefing will see the launch of the 2017 Forecasts

Annual ACIF Briefing will see the launch of the 2017 Forecasts

The new expert panel has been announced for the upcoming Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF), where the launch of the May 2017 ACIF Forecasts for residential building, non-residential building and engineering construction.

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IROCK releases closed-circuit impact crusher with small footprint and high productivity

IROCK releases closed-circuit impact crusher with small footprint and high productivity

IROCK, a global seller of mobile screening and crushing equipment, introduces its TC-15CC tracked closed-circuit crushing plant, ideal for small to medium contractors.

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