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A foot in the door with mini crawler cranes

A foot in the door with mini crawler cranesLock icon2

Dylan Cooper started Cooper Heavy Industries in 2009, when he was just 21 years of age. He undertook an apprenticeship...

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BHP to focus on core assets, cut capital expenditure

BHP to focus on core assets, cut capital expenditure

Mining giant BHP has capped off 2017 with a much-anticipated AGM in Melbourne.

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Growing appetite for infrastructureLock icon2

Investor appetite for infrastructure projects continues to increase according to an annual investor survey - Investor...

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Civil contractors honour high achievers at 'People Awards'

The Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) NSW has celebrated individual excellence in the industry at the annual 2017...

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How solar powered RFID can monitor assets on remote sites

How solar powered RFID can monitor assets on remote sitesLock icon2

Radio frequency identification and solar technologies have combined to provide a flexible, inexpensive way to monitor...

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An Aussie-first technology, driving push-to-talk radios into the digital age

An Aussie-first technology, driving push-to-talk radios into the digital age Lock icon2

This week sees the launch of Australia's first two-way radio style transceiver but on a cellular network, providing...

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Keeping up with the timesLock icon2

In the September instalment of High on cranes, we speak to Ken Deacon, managing director of family-owned Wagga...

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PT. FKA Global cuts Sumatera tollway costs for Indonesian governmentLock icon2

ProjectWise and Power InRoads propel development and interconnection among Sumatera island's seven provinces.

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An Aussie-first technology, driving push-to-talk radios into the digital age

An Aussie-first technology, driving push-to-talk radios into the digital age Lock icon2

This week sees the launch of Australia's first two-way radio style transceiver but on a cellular network, providing...

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How solar powered RFID can monitor assets on remote sites

How solar powered RFID can monitor assets on remote sitesLock icon2

Radio frequency identification and solar technologies have combined to provide a flexible, inexpensive way to monitor...

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IAQ industry survey: political instability hampering infrastructure

IAQ industry survey: political instability hampering infrastructure

The first in the Infrastructure Association of Queensland's longitudinal industry surveys has been released today,...

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Protecting, cleaning and store height safety gear

Protecting, cleaning and store height safety gear

As summer approaches, LINQ has offered tips on how to clean harnesses and other height safety gear to minimise...

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3D-printed infrastructure