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Opinion, Projects

Reclaiming innovation – moving beyond high-tech

In today’s ever-evolving world that is constantly fascinated with leading-edge technology—artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, drones, predictive analytics and machine learning, … 126
NSW commits $3B to build $100B construction jobs pipeline
Industry News, Latest News, New South Wales

Construction talks underway for Coffs Harbour bypass project

Early talks have begun with the construction industry to help build the Coffs Harbour bypass, the town’s biggest ever infrastructure … 741
Wren Street Health Investments has selected ADCO as the builder of choice for its new $25 million mixed-use development in Brisbane.
Contracts & Tenders, Industry News, Latest News, Queensland

Builder chosen for $25M mixed-use health development

Wren Street Health Investments has selected ADCO as the builder of choice for its new $25 million mixed-use development in … 249
The first section of Melbourne’s Metro Tunnel is now complete after the first tunnel boring machine (TBM) broke through to the tunnel’s western entrance in Kensington.
Industry News, Latest News, Projects, Victoria

Watch Melbourne Metro Tunnel TBMs make major breakthrough

Two tunnel boring machines (TBM) have broken through key sections of the Metro Tunnel to mark the half way point … 344
Online Subscription, Opinion

Construction in a COVID-19 world: Why efficiency needs to be the ‘new norm’

From social distancing and lockdowns to border restrictions and supply chain challenges, COVID-19 has impacted many industries, and the construction … 314

Construction Technology

Digital Twin Technology is increasingly being deployed by organisations in the construction industry as part of their digital transformation journey. In this article, Andrew McCloskey from AVEVA discusses the benefits that this technology can bring in terms of delivering organisational cost savings and operational efficiencies.

How the Digital Twin is reimaging the construction industry

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How to use data for decision making in construction

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Arup implemented Bluebeam Revu, the project efficiency and collaboration solution, to improve project communication and streamline processes.

Revu for reviews: Arup goes digital for project delivery

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Bluebeam unveils Revu 20

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Research & Analysis

Boral and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) have formed a five-year partnership to accelerate the research, development and commercialisation of low carbon concrete.

Boral and UTS begin sustainable concrete research

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Boral and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) have formed a five-year partnership to accelerate the research, development and commercialisation of low carbon concrete.

Boral teams up with UTS to research low carbon concrete

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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

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Products

A feat of leadership amid uncertain times

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TP-L6 series now available in red or green beam, with enhanced features including shorter length to accommodate tight pits.

Topcon releases new compact, durable pipe laser levels

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Events

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.

Final chance to nominate for Women in Industry awards

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A panel of industry leaders with diverse engineering careers will share their experiences at an online event to celebrate International Women in Engineering Day.

Women in engineering to share industry experiences online

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Bentley Systems and positioning technology company Topcon have created a new jointly owned company that aims to close the gap between construction and engineering.

Year in Infrastructure 2020 conference goes digital

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Melbourne suburbs get $25M infrastructure boost

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Whyalla steel processing facility to get $8M upgrade

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RMIT University researchers have developed a plan to implement cigarette butt recycling into bricks at mass scale to save energy and reduce the amount of toxic waste dumped into the environment.

Cigarette butt bricks could save energy and reduce toxic waste

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Demolition works begin on Chan Building

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NSW dam projects get $283M infrastructure funding boost

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Expressions of interest (EOI) are now open for construction of the Kal City Centre Project, a $16 million investment to overhaul Kalgoorlie's city centre.

EOI open for Kal City Centre construction

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