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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?
Industry News, Latest News, Projects, Victoria

New HQ to be built for VICSES volunteers

The Victorian Government will invest $7 million into a new headquarters for the Victoria State Emergency Service (VICSES) as part … 202
Industry News, Latest News, Projects, Victoria

Queen Victoria Market construction to create 400 jobs

Up to 400 construction jobs will be created as part of an almost $40 million investment into delivering the next … 364
The New South Wales Government has awarded the main works contract to build the Prince of Wales Hospital’s new Acute Services Building as part of the $720 million Randwick Campus Redevelopment.
Contracts & Tenders, Industry News, Latest News, Northern Territory, Projects

Design tenders released for National Aboriginal Art Gallery

The Northern Territory Government has released the design consultancy tender for the Alice Springs National Aboriginal Art Gallery. 246
C&L, Cranes & Lifting, Features, Queensland

Humma the quiet performer

Dave Lewis, from Lewis Engineering really understands the Humma articulated pick and carry crane. 10 years ago he helped with … 161
The New South Wales Government has added trade licences to the digital wallet within the Service NSW app, reducing the amount of plastic licence cards tradies need to carry.
Industry News, Latest News, New South Wales, Professional Services

New South Wales digitises trade licences

The New South Wales Government has added trade licences to the digital wallet within the Service NSW app, reducing the … 629

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A new research initiative aims to use robotic technology to improve the Australian construction industry’s productivity and quality.

New facility to develop construction robots

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The natural strength of lobsters shells inspired the research team. Lobster x-ray image by Florian Elias Rieser, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license

How lobsters can improve concrete 3D printing

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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.

Boral wins grant for AI research into concrete improvements

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Products

The issue of derating the cranes lift capacity when operating on uneven surfaces led DRA Group to develop the Autoleveller System for its high capacity Humma 55T pick and carry crane.

Autolevelling versus side slope deration

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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.

ATG Gloves focuses on innovation

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Events

The winners of Bentley Systems' annual Year in Infrastructure awards program have been announced, to celebrate excellence in the design, construction and operation of infrastructure.

Finalists announced for Year in Infrastructure 2020 Awards

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MATES in construction fly the flag for suicide prevention

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Nominations are closing soon for the upcoming 2020 Women in Industry Awards, which aim to acknowledge outstanding women from a range of industries, including construction.

Women in Industry 2020 winners announced

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John Holland and McConnel Dowell will soon begin to convert a disused gold mine into a storage hydroelectric power generation facility.
Billions of dollars in capital for major infrastructure projects could be unlocked through tax incentives for projects worth more than $500 million, as part of a draft plan released by the Federal Government.

Northern Territory appoints Major Projects Commissioner

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NSW schools get $120M infrastructure boost

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Wonthaggi Hospital upgrade begins

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Building begins on SA Cancer Council HQ

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When it comes to safety on a job site – even in industries where men traditionally dominate the workplace – risks and hazards are equal opportunists.

Fit for work: Why gender-biased workwear is unsafe

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