Forty of the world’s leading cement and concrete manufacturers today join forces to accelerate the shift to greener concrete by pledging to cut CO2 emissions by a further 25 per cent by 2030, marking a decisive step in the race to ‘Net Zero’ concrete by 2050.
First Infrastructure Market Capacity report reveals surge in demand for skills, labour, plant and materials
Infrastructure Australia has today published its first Infrastructure Market Capacity report, forecasting a surge in demand for skills, labour and materials due to the rapid increase in public infrastructure investment.
Tyrecycle’s new campaign engages with tyre retailers to raise awareness on genuine recycling. CEO Jim Fairweather talks about the company’s vision.
Roads & Infrastructure sits down with SAMI Bitumen Technologies’ National R&D and Laboratory Manager Kanjana Yindee to talk about innovations in the world of bituminous binders and emulsions.
One of the world’s largest hydrogen-equipment manufacturing facility is planned for Gladstone, as part of a new partnership between the Queensland Government and renewable energy company Fortescue Future Industries (FFI).
Stockland Evergreen, Stockland’s newest masterplanned community in Melbourne’s south-east suburb of Clyde, is set to become the largest residential project in Australia to use the environmentally friendly road surfacing material, Reconophalt, using more than 19,000 tonnes.