When Infrastructure Australia’s most recent report indicated that treating digital as a default is the key to unlocking the...
Central Darling Shire Council recently purchased the Tiny Surveyor from Position Partners for a range of road works projects...
Wire ropes are core elements of crane operation and heavy lifting requirements. Such assets are regularly utilised in highly...
Metal infrastructures are designed to withstand the elements, but they have one specific weakness: rust. Once it appears, rust...
by Priscilla Radice, CEO Infrastructure Association Queensland The 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games are a once-in-a-century opportunity for Queensland...
The transport industry is no stranger to complexity. Capital planning and projects require high levels of coordination between many...
Image: Development team from left to right: Associate Professor Amin Heidarpour, Sudhir Raina, Rafi Tchopourian, Rex Turner, Esmaeil Pournamazian...
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How BIM can impact infrastructure projects December 1, 2021
Building information modeling (BIM) allows construction companies to create 3D m...
Siemens to power first full-electric bus depot in Queensland December 1, 2021
Queensland’s first all-electric bus depot will soon be a reality with Keolis D...
Current challenges and opportunities for manufacturing November 18, 2021
Industry leader Derby Rubber, an Australian-owned company that designs and manuf...
Inclusive design of public information systems November 16, 2021
Technology systems integration company, tm stagetec systems, is showcasing the l...
Three steps to leveraging the power of your data November 15, 2021
At the foundation of Industry 4.0 (I4.0) – or the Fourth Industrial Revolution...
High-capacity signalling takes metro tunnel to new heights
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A multi-million-dollar project to build Common User Infrastructure at the Port of Bundaberg has reached a milestone with detailed plans completed and tenders open for a pipeline of jobs in design, installation and commissioning.
Tenders have been called to build the $30 million jointly-funded flood immunity upgrade to Torbanlea-Pialba Road, as part of the Australian Government’s investment in improving the safety of Bruce Highway.
A contract has been awarded for the Bridge Inn Road Upgrade in north Melbourne to reduce congestion and ease travel times.
The Western Sydney Airport has announced its search for a development partner to collaborate on the first stage of its business precinct.
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