by Jessica Dickers, Editor, Infrastructure magazine The Western Australian Government has released the state’s first ever Electric Vehicle Strategy,...
What will our future cities, and the infrastructure that helps them function, look like? With so much industry evolution,...
The 2021 Critical Infrastructure Summit ran over two weeks in April with four Virtual Conferences exploring the industry’s biggest...
Ergon Energy has released Expressions of Interest (EIO) for a new project to deliver low-carbon or renewable generation services...
Recently released Sustainability Principles from Infrastructure Australia are set to guide and promote sustainability across the infrastructure sector, securing...
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia has announced the winner of its 2020 Infrastructure Project of the Year at the National Infrastructure...
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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
Brisbane will host the XXXV Olympic Games in 2032, set to deliver $8 billion worth of economic and social benefits across the state.
Infrastructure WA has opened its first State Infrastructure Strategy – Foundations for a Stronger Tomorrow – up to the public for feedback.
CSIRO and Optus have completed a joint nationwide research project to improve the bushfire resilience of critical telecommunications.
Construction work has been ordered to stop in Greater Sydney and South Australia amidst lockdowns from COVID-19 outbreaks.
METRONET will replace five level crossings along Perth's Armadale Line with elevated rail – allowing motorists, pedestrians and cyclists to pass through the area without interacting with railway lines.
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