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Incolink, a joint enterprise of employer associations and construction industry unions, has appointed a new Chief Executive Officer.
Australia, Industry News, Latest News, Professional Services

Incolink offers payments to keep construction moving

Incolink, a joint enterprise of employer associations and industry unions, will provide a $2000 payment for worker members not earning … 188
Cbus Property and the Scentre Group have entered a joint venture partnership to deliver two high-rise towers on top of the original David Jones Men’s Store in Sydney.
Industry News, Latest News, New South Wales, Projects

Cbus and Scentre form JV to deliver new tower

Cbus Property and the Scentre Group have entered a joint venture partnership to deliver a high-rise tower on top of … 251
A Queensland company has been selected to redevelop a former heritage rail station into a mixed-use urban precinct.
Contracts & Tenders, Industry News, Latest News, Projects, Queensland

Company signs deal to redevelop Yeppon’s Station Quarter

A Queensland company has been selected to redevelop a former heritage rail station into a mixed-use urban precinct. 192
A united group of nine industry bodies have come together to tell those working in the construction industry to treat the current COVID-19 situation with the highest importance and adhere to all recommended safety procedures.
Australia, Industry News, Latest News, Victoria

Construction industry unites to support safety during outbreak

A united group of nine industry bodies have come together to tell those working in the construction industry to treat … 320
The first sod has been turned on Osborne Park Hospital’s $15m Rehabilitation and Neonatal Nursery project.
Industry News, Latest News, Projects, Western Australia

Sod turned on $15M Osborne Park Hospital upgrade

The first sod has been turned on Osborne Park Hospital’s $15m Rehabilitation and Neonatal Nursery project. 180

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Research & Analysis

A compliance enforcement blitz will target more than 300 high-risk workplaces to prevent the deadly lung disease silicosis.

Taking simple steps to prevent Silicosis

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Australia’s construction crisis will cost $6.2 billion in remediation and associated costs, according to new research.

Construction activity plummeted during 2019 to 2007 levels

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A Queensland timber engineer has won a national award for research that can save timber manufacturers time, money and resources.

New timber research to save manufacturers time, money and resources

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Products

New long-life battery technologies are helping to remove slip and trip accidents resulting from electrical cords in crowded or confined workplaces and across construction sites.

Cordless tools enhance construction site safety

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BluebeamRevu

Bluebeam launches Australian subsidiary

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Digital transformation is a huge opportunity for an engineering and construction industry that has struggled for decades with low productivity and low profitability.

Digital transformation – Cultural and behavioural barriers

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Events

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

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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

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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.

Cloud A2K presents the future of construction [Sponsored Content]

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