A $496 million contract to remove level crossings at Manchester Road, Mooroolbark and the Maroondah Highway in Lilydale, Melbourne, has been awarded to an alliance of companies.
Industry News, Latest News, Projects, Victoria

Melbourne level crossing removal works to ramp up in winter

More than 1000 people will work around the clock from July as part of the biggest level crossing removal programs … 264
Bluebeam Revu has proved to be an invaluable tool for architecture, engineering and construction professionals. But what many don’t realise is that Revu can also be used as a tool for sketching.
Products, Technology

How to use Revu for sketching

Bluebeam Revu has proved to be an invaluable tool for architecture, engineering and construction professionals. But what many don’t realise … 152
Features, International, Technology

Automated car parking set to transform carpark design

MHE-Demag is introducing proven automated technology that will help designers slash space requirements for carparks. 274
Industry News, Latest News, Projects, South Australia

Angle Vale school construction adds to jobs boom

Construction on a new school at Angle Vale, South Australia, is contributing to a jobs boost for the state’s construction … 395
Australia’s construction crisis will cost $6.2 billion in remediation and associated costs, according to new research.
Industry News, Latest News, New South Wales, Projects

Western Sydney project approvals set to create 130 jobs

Two projects in Western Sydney have been given the green light, which is expected to create a construction and job … 694

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The Victorian Government has credited its Big Build as one of the drivers of its job creation boom.

Have your say on the construction industry

A new recyclable material could revolutionise the construction industry, help disaster affected areas and become used in space exploration, according to a global research team.
A Queensland company has been selected to redevelop a former heritage rail station into a mixed-use urban precinct.

Construction index sees sharpest ever fall



Hilson Moran: Joining the digital revolution

Construction professionals make hundreds of decisions every week but often, they are delayed or inaccurate because the decision maker doesn’t have context.

Why context is key when it comes to document management

Construction is a complex industry, which leads to a lot of waste. This is why the lean approach is becoming popular.

How ‘lean’ can apply to construction



More than 500 construction sites around Australia are flying the flag of mental health and suicide prevention as part of the annual MATES in Construction ‘Fly the Flag Day’, in partnership with R U OK?

Construction sites and politicians fly the flag for suicide prevention

Four Australian projects have been selected as finalists for the Bentley System’s Year in Infrastructure 2019 Awards.

Australian finalists shortlisted for 2019 Year in Infrastructure Awards

Australia could become a leader in using Artificial intelligence (AI) to design and build better cities, towns and infrastructure, according to a roadmap developed by CSIRO.

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