A fender upgrade at Gladstone Ports Corporation’s (GPC) oldest wharf will allow for the handling of large cruise vessels...
A contract has been awarded for the construction of Smart Motorways technology on the Bruce Highway between the Pine...
As Australia continues to face challenges from the pandemic, infrastructure projects were key to helping us build back in...
by Priscilla Radice, CEO, Infrastructure Association of Queensland Inc (IAQ) The 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games are a once-in-a-century...
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Speciality lubricants and grease for marine use: sustainable, non-toxic, biodegradable August 1, 2022
Meeting environmental responsibilities is a crucial element of responsible tra...
Spring Energised Seals: the ultimate solution for swivel joint integrity August 1, 2022
Swivel joints present one of the most challenging seals within a fluid transfer ...
Helping buildings talk: Get up close with smart infrastructure July 26, 2022
Using advanced technology to future-proof new and existing infrastructural devel...
Become industry-ready with your Local Industry Development plan June 29, 2022
By Sascha Sinclair, Systematiq Marketing Manager In the current political and fi...
Parallels between GPS and LiDAR adoption June 29, 2022
As LiDAR becomes more important in rail operations and maintenance, David Presle...
High-capacity signalling takes metro tunnel to new heights
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Replacement of Kin Kin’s Wahpunga Lane Bridge is now complete, with the bridge re-opening to motorists this week. @NoosaCouncil
A historic Rail Trails Bill has passed through New South Wales Parliament, allowing regional communities to convert disused rail corridors into walking and riding tracks.
In May/June 2022, @CCFNational undertook a nationwide survey of its members to better understand the skills and capacity challenges facing the civil infrastructure industry to ensure CCF can respond appropriately at a national level.
Infrastructure Australia published its June 2022 update to the Infrastructure Priority List – a national guide to the top investment opportunities for developing Australia’s cities and regions over the next 15 years.
When choosing a sealant that is fit for purpose, achieving the right movement capability is one factor, but what about chemical resistance, UV stability, paintability, fire ratings and compliance with potable water standards?
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