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National Skills Week’s Chairman, Brian Wexham, labels a shortage of skilled construction workers as the cause of slower delivery times and an increase in cost for home builds and infrastructure projects, with a predicted 100,000 unfilled roles by 2023.
Engineering firm Quickway is set to undertake almost $50 million in utility works on the Korrora section of the Coffs Harbour Bypass, meaning major construction can soon commence.
The Victorian Government – in an effort to create an easier and more efficient planning, managing and building process – has launched a digital replica of the state.
Following Infrastructure Australia’s independent assessment of the new Dungowan Dam and Pipeline business case, the proposal has not been added to the Infrastructure Priority List.
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