Waste could soon be harvested from farms and turned into building supplies like bricks, insulation and panelling, thanks to the advent of new research in the field. Roads & Infrastructure Magazine investigates.
With Building Information Modelling increasingly used in construction and infrastructure project delivery, a Deakin construction expert is calling for Australia to introduce a common tertiary education strategy to meet future demand.
Topcon Positioning Group and Bentley Systems have announced the second collaborative Constructioneering Academy initiative, scheduled for Brisbane, 12 April.
Governments are well placed to recover transport infrastructure costs by asking homeowners and businesses that gain financially from infrastructure development to share this benefit, according to a researcher at the University of Sydney Business School.
Poised to launch its ShoulderMaster road widening attachment to the North American market, Wauchope-based business Stabilcorp is simultaneously expanding its local manufacturing facilities in preparation for a big 2018.
Australian Asphalt Pavement Association’s international knowledge transfer tours have been enlightening industry on advances being made in the global flexible pavements sector for nearly 30 years. Its 2018 trip will continue that tradition, albeit in an exciting new setting.