INFRASTRUCTURE

New UAV saves 75% of time gathering data

New UAV saves 75% of time gathering dataLock icon

Identified Technologies is a company focused on increasing project visibility and team productivity with drones for the construction industry and others.

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CFMEU on Nigel Hadgkiss' resignation

CFMEU on Nigel Hadgkiss' resignation

Last week, Nigel Hadgkiss, head of the Australian Building and Construction Commission, resigned after contravening the Fair Work Act. We hear from the CFMEU and its take on the development.

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Tenders open to deliver $500M highway

Tenders open to deliver $500M highway

Tenders are now open to deliver the next two major projects under the Midland Highway 10 Year Action Plan.

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Cold recycling with foamed bitumen - a pioneering formula

Cold recycling with foamed bitumen - a pioneering formulaLock icon

Resource-saving technologies are in greater demand than ever before. The Wirtgen cold recycling process has been proving its credentials for many years and already meets the demands of tomorrow.

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Asia's massive infrastructure needs offer opportunities for Australia

Asia's massive infrastructure needs offer opportunities for AustraliaLock icon

The Global Infrastructure Hub recently chronicled the infrastructure needs of 50 countries through to 2040. The findings of the report, the Global Infrastructure Outlook, show that three of the five countries with the biggest infrastructure needs are in Asia: China, India, and Japan.

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Digitalisation in the aggregates industry - what does it all mean?

Digitalisation in the aggregates industry - what does it all mean?Lock icon

The Australian aggregates industry provides the materials for Australia's infrastructure, including our roads, railways, bridges, ports, airports and engineering construction projects. It is estimated to generate around $7 billion and employs 18,000 Australians directly and a further 80,000 indirectly.

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Tunnelling charges ahead at NorthConnex northern interchange

Tunnelling charges ahead at NorthConnex northern interchange

Tunnelling on NorthConnex is charging ahead, with a new addition to the road header fleet now chewing through rock beneath the city to build the project's twin nine-kilometre tunnels.

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Hercules' guided bearings bolstering the capacity of overpasses

Hercules' guided bearings bolstering the capacity of overpasses

As resources and materials handling projects expand or reopen in line with commodities prices, operators face the challenge of building new bridges, conveyor overpasses and supporting pipelines to carrying heavier throughputs, or bolstering the capacity of existing overpasses and conduits.

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CIMIC wins Singapore project

CIMIC wins Singapore project

CIMIC Group's Leighton Asia has been awarded an AU$470 million project in Singapore.

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CJD Equipment to distribute rigid haulers

CJD Equipment to distribute rigid haulers

Terex Trucks has appointed CJD Equipment as its official dealer in Australia to support and supply its rigid haulers.

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