Civil engineers, designers, surveyors in high demand but short supply – report

Civil engineers, designers, surveyors in high demand but short supply – report

Posted in Bridges, Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//October 09, 2017

According to the latest Hays Quarterly Report, civil engineers, civil designers, land surveyors and project architects are among the most sought after professional and business services experts.

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Contract awarded for $133M Bannerton Solar Park

Contract awarded for $133M Bannerton Solar Park

Posted in Latest News//October 02, 2017

Foresight Solar Australia has awarded the contract to design and build stage one of the Bannerton 110MWDC Solar Park, near Robinvale in Victoria.

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Engineers’ skills could become ‘redundant’ if they don’t prepare for the future – report

Engineers’ skills could become ‘redundant’ if they don’t prepare for the future – report

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//September 29, 2017

According to a new report from Hays Engineering, engineers require environmentally sustainable design knowledge, expertise in technology such as GPS positioning and drones, and a willingness to continuously ask questions to remain employable.

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Site in focus: Fulton Hogan, Narangba, QLD

Site in focus: Fulton Hogan, Narangba, QLD

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//September 25, 2017

The technological capabilities of Fulton Hogan’s first fixed Benninghoven asphalt plant in Queensland made the decision to purchase its second plant from the manufacturer an easy one.

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Aurecon ranked fifth most innovative company in Australia

Aurecon ranked fifth most innovative company in Australia

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//September 25, 2017

The Australian Financial Review has placed the engineering and infrastructure advisory firm in the top 10 in its Most Innovative Companies list for 2017.

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Australia’s longest pre-stressed girders placed on Port Drive Upgrade

Australia’s longest pre-stressed girders placed on Port Drive Upgrade

Posted in Asphalt Review, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//September 15, 2017

The record length components – with the longest span measuring 46 metres – have been successfully placed for the Port of Brisbane’s $110 million upgrade project.

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