Fusion for Energy (F4E) is the European Union’s organisation that manages Europe’s contribution to ITER, the world’s largest scientific...
The transport industry is no stranger to complexity. Capital planning and projects require high levels of coordination between many...
The Australian rail industry is moving towards digitalisation. Based on ISO certified GS1 Global Data Standards, Project i-TRACE is...
Infrastructure projects come with many challenges and very often one of those challenges is managing stakeholders. Knowing how to...
Image: Development team from left to right: Associate Professor Amin Heidarpour, Sudhir Raina, Rafi Tchopourian, Rex Turner, Esmaeil Pournamazian...
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NSW Government’s $100 million stimulus spend supported 150 projects July 13, 2021
Over 150 road and rail projects have been funded by the NSW Government’s $10...
Why enterprise project performance matters for executives July 9, 2021
Project performance, at its core, should be a straightforward process; you creat...
Fusion for Energy uses EcoSys on the ITER project July 6, 2021
Fusion for Energy (F4E) is the European Union’s organisation that manages Euro...
Tips for managing complex transportation infrastructure projects July 2, 2021
The transport industry is no stranger to complexity. Capital planning and projec...
How S.M.A.R.T. BIM is becoming self aware June 28, 2021
A big issue affecting your BIM IQ is project predictability, which we will focus...
High-capacity signalling takes metro tunnel to new heights
The ACCC has appealed the Federal Court’s decision to dismiss proceedings against NSW Ports Operations and its subsidiaries.
Five new hydrogen-powered Hyundai NEXOs have joined the Queensland Government’s fleet of 60 zero-emission vehicles, encouraging the development of renewable refueling stations.
The Queensland Government’s Lindum Level Crossing Precinct upgrade has completed preliminary planning, with work underway on short-term safety upgrades as well as a preliminary business case to investigate a long-term grade separation of the crossing.
The NSW Government has approved planning for Western Sydney Airport Metro Rail Line, with major construction to begin soon.
The Western Australian Government has approved eleven job-creating projects worth $350 million, made possible by a temporary development assessment pathway through the Western Australian Planning Commission.
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