The concrete jungle: how urban planning can learn from nature

The concrete jungle: how urban planning can learn from nature

Posted in Civil Works, Environment, Industry News, Latest News, Up front//May 16, 2018

Melbourne’s Metro Tunnel Project is planning to consider the incorporation of a biophilic approach to the design of its railway stations, inspired by nature. Dr. Phillip Roös from Deakin University explains how urban planners can learn from these kinds of designs.

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New TAFE partnership provides pathway to West Gate Tunnel

New TAFE partnership provides pathway to West Gate Tunnel

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//May 15, 2018

The Victorian Government and Victoria University Polytechnic have announced a new TAFE partnership that will enable the university to train workers in the skills required for Victoria’s infrastructure projects.

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WA spend $3.2B on roads

WA spend $3.2B on roads

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//May 11, 2018

The WA 2018-19 State Budget has allocated $3.2 billion into the state’s road infrastructure and maintenance.

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WA’s biggest ever rail investment

WA’s biggest ever rail investment

Posted in Latest News//May 11, 2018

The WA Government has invested $3.6 billion into METRONET projects, the state’s biggest rail investment in the state’s history.

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Aus cities in top 25 for most expensive construction

Aus cities in top 25 for most expensive construction

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//May 10, 2018

Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane are in the top 25 most expensive cities for construction according to the International Construction Costs 2018 report for Arcadis.

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Georgiou Group announce new Advisory Board member

Georgiou Group announce new Advisory Board member

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//May 10, 2018

Building construction and engineering company Georgiou Group has announced a new addition to the Advisory Board.

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