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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VIC Govt to introduce mandatory registration scheme for engineers

VIC Govt to introduce mandatory registration scheme for engineers

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//March 14, 2018

The Victorian Government is introducing a new scheme that aims to ensure highly-qualified and experienced engineers develop and oversee the state’s most important projects.

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Key topics to be covered at 8th Annual VIC Major Projects Conference

Key topics to be covered at 8th Annual VIC Major Projects Conference

Posted in Events, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//November 21, 2017

The various funds for Victorian infrastructure, as a response to rapid population growth, are quickly shaping the state’s future.

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VIC Conference is a leading infrastructure industry event

VIC Conference is a leading infrastructure industry event

Posted in Events, Industry News, Latest News//November 08, 2017

The 8th Annual Victorian Major Projects Conference 2017 gives attendees a platform to discuss the various solutions to rapid population growth, increasing Victoria’s economic outlook and developing improved infrastructure for various sectors.

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Tunnel boring machines sought for $11B Metro Tunnel works

Tunnel boring machines sought for $11B Metro Tunnel works

Posted in Latest News, Project Report//November 03, 2017

An international search is under way for a supplier to build the four Tunnel boring machines (TBMs) required to build Melbourne’s $11 billion Metro Tunnel.

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