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Industry CRC gets $28M to revolutionise construction

A $28 million grant has been awarded to a Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) including Lendlease, BlueScope and Monash University to reduce waste, delays and emissions from Australian building projects.
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CSIRO’s Data61 has launched a digital twin of Western Sydney in a demonstration that is set to become a step change in urban planning for the region.
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