by David Gainsford, Executive Director of Priority Projects Assessments, NSW Department of Planning and Environment The NSW Government is...
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Asset-intensive sectors primed for change May 16, 2019
by Brian Devlin, Industry Director, TechnologyOne Why asset-intensive sectors have been slow to upgr...
Evaluating the infrastructure project pipeline May 14, 2019
Australia has witnessed an unprecedented level of infrastructure spend in recent years. With major p...
Designing the airport of the future May 7, 2019
Airports are no longer sterile, transactional places for waiting and passing through. In many respec...
Digital Engineering is driving innovation for Australia’s transport future May 3, 2019
Simon Vaux is a chartered civil engineer with 18 years’ experience managing the delivery of transp...
Inaugural meeting of National MaaS Reference Committee held in Melbourne April 30, 2019
The switch to a more sustainable transport system is a major challenge. Successively expanding and i...
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