Perth’s $140 million Mitchell Freeway smart technology upgrade is progressing rapidly, with the contract awarded to deliver the Smart...
As Australia continues to face challenges from the pandemic, infrastructure projects were key to helping us build back in...
METRONET has announced preferred proponents for the design and construction of two major projects — the Victoria Park-Canning Level...
The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) is investigating the possibility of building a material distribution centre in Narromine as...
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Siemens partners with Yurika to distribute largest stock of electric vehicle charging infrastructure in Australia December 22, 2021
Siemens has signed its first Australian distribution agreement for its electric ...
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...
High-capacity signalling takes metro tunnel to new heights
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The National Cabinet has ruled out a proposal to change the age requirements for forklift drivers to 16 years and older.
Works have begun for new bridges in Springwood, progressing the $750 million M1 Eight Mile Plains to Daisy Hill upgrade forward.
Australia’s largest backhoe dredge, Woomera, has arrived at the Port of Townsville to begin widening the port’s shipping channels.
Cairns’ major roads will soon be selected for safety upgrades, as part of a $44.1 million program in Far North Queensland, funded by the Federal Government's $3 billion Road Safety Program.
A Federal Government established forum that aims to help Brisbane residents affected by aircraft noise has secured commitments to address a number of issues identified by the local community, and released its first progress report.
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