Creating a sustainable journey

Creating a sustainable journey

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety, Up front//November 23, 2017

Downer’s Stuart Billing talks to Roads & Infrastructure Magazine about how the company’s unique philosophy is helping it set new benchmarks in sustainable road network solutions.

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Nominations now open for 2018 Mercury Awards

Nominations now open for 2018 Mercury Awards

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

Businesses in the Australian logistics, supply chain, infrastructure and materials handling sectors are invited to submit their nominations for the 2018 Logistics & Materials Handling Mercury Awards, held in partnership with MEGATRANS2018.

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Getting smart about smart cities

Getting smart about smart cities

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety, Up front//November 14, 2017

Roads & Infrastructure Magazine talks to experts from Swinburne University of Technology about the potential for smart city concepts and how it may change the nature of urban mobility.

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Northlink WA receives top honours at ISCA awards

Northlink WA receives top honours at ISCA awards

Posted in Events, Industry News, Latest News//October 26, 2017

The major Western Australian project has been recognised with two major awards at 2017 Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia awards, held in Melbourne this October.

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Transurban reports on sustainability goals

Transurban reports on sustainability goals

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//October 24, 2017

Infrastructure giant, Transurban, has published its FY17 Sustainability Report, referencing technology disruption, autonomous vehicles and road developments.

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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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