Optus Stadium: An architectural icon

Optus Stadium: An architectural icon

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News, Project Report//September 28, 2018

National Precast looks at the legacy of Western Australia’s Optus Stadium and how precast concrete had a crucial role to play in its lasting impact.

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New standards service for leading precasters

New standards service for leading precasters

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//September 24, 2018

National Precast has introduced a new service to its members to help keep them up to date with the latest precast-specific Australian Standards.

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The building blocks of infrastructure: the rise of modular construction

The building blocks of infrastructure: the rise of modular construction

Posted in Bridges, Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//August 30, 2018

Modular construction techniques are some of the fastest growing practices used in infrastructure projects. Roads & Infrastructure Magazine explores why the processes have become so popular.

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Mitigating construction risks using precast

Mitigating construction risks using precast

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//July 23, 2018

National Precast looks at how precast concrete fabrication can provide time, productivity and safety benefits for the Australian civil construction sector.

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Concrete pipes: Are they manufactured and tested to AS/NZS 4058?

Concrete pipes: Are they manufactured and tested to AS/NZS 4058?

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//May 28, 2018

National Precast CEO Sarah Bachmann talks about the significance of AS/NZS 4058 for precast concrete pipes, and how to tell the difference between compliant and non-compliant products.

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New president and director for National Precast board

New president and director for National Precast board

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News//April 05, 2018

National Precast Concrete Association has appointed two leading industry icons to its leadership team, including a new President who will continue the major progress made by their predecessor.

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