Verdegro Light Truck Mounted Attenuator a winner for utilities management firm

Verdegro Light Truck Mounted Attenuator a winner for utilities management firm

Posted in Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//October 15, 2018

The Verdegro Light Truck Mounted Attenuator is giving Sydney-based firm Australian Utilities Management a cost-effective means of servicing small civil jobs quickly and safely.

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Speed limit projector trial to protect workers

Speed limit projector trial to protect workers

Posted in Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//September 27, 2018

The Victorian Government is trialling the use of on-road speed limit projectors to warn drivers when they are exceeding the speed limit through construction zones.

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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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New Blade TMA setting the standard

New Blade TMA setting the standard

Posted in Latest News, Technology Update, Traffic Management and Safety//September 11, 2018

The new Blade Truck Mounted Attenuator is setting the bar for safety on Australia’s road worksites, having been tested and approved to the latest MASH 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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Tradies take better care of their tools than health – new research

Tradies take better care of their tools than health – new research

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 01, 2018

Australian tradies are almost twice as likely to take good care of their tools as their bodies despite having one of the highest injury rates of any occupation, according to research from the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

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