SMEC capabilities grow with parent company’s acquisition of Robert Bird Group

SMEC capabilities grow with parent company’s acquisition of Robert Bird Group

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//December 04, 2017

Following the acquisition of Robert Bird Group by its parent company, Surbana Jurong Group, SMEC’s capability to deliver innovation in engineering and infrastructure projects has increased.

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New leadership appointments at Aurecon’s Canberra office

New leadership appointments at Aurecon’s Canberra office

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//November 30, 2017

Engineering and infrastructure advisory firm Aurecon is aiming to double the size of its Canberra office over the next few years, following several new appointments.

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Five constraining factors construction companies must fix

Five constraining factors construction companies must fix

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//November 23, 2017

Rob Strummer, Managing Director, IFS Australia and New Zealand outlines five key factors constraining construction businesses in their performance and ability to innovate.

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New industry partnership aims to deliver projects on time and budget

New industry partnership aims to deliver projects on time and budget

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//November 23, 2017

Western Australia’s Curtin University and UGL Pty Ltd are working together to establish national standards for leaner maintenance practices, aiming to improve project delivery and turnaround times.

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Taking BIM beyond level 1

Taking BIM beyond level 1

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Up front//November 21, 2017

Brian Middleton, Vice President – ANZ at Bentley Systems, talks to Roads & Infrastructure Magazine about how to take building information modelling beyond level 1, and the roadblocks in the way for Australia and New Zealand.

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Four Inland Rail contracts awarded

Four Inland Rail contracts awarded

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//November 16, 2017

Around $30 million worth of feasibility and detailed design contracts have been awarded in four sections of the Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail project across New South Wales and Victoria.

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