Transport infrastructure VIC budget 2019/20 update

Transport infrastructure VIC budget 2019/20 update

Posted in Latest News//June 14, 2019

Jacinta Allan, Minister for Transport Infrastructure in Victoria outlined the state's budget for 2019/20 and detailed exactly where the money will be

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Australian tradies at higher risk of excessive noise exposure

Australian tradies at higher risk of excessive noise exposure

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Traffic Management and Safety//March 07, 2019

Tradies working outside of a major city are at higher risk of being exposed to excessive noise at work, according to new research led by Curtin University.

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MATES in Construction launches in NT

MATES in Construction launches in NT

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//February 08, 2019

Mental health and suicide prevention program MATES has launched in the Northern Territory to support the construction, mining and energy industries.

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NSW and VIC economies lead the nation – State of the States report

NSW and VIC economies lead the nation – State of the States report

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//January 31, 2019

The New South Wales and Victorian economies are the best in Australia, according to the latest CommSec State of State report, with construction work being a major factor in their success.

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QLD Govt launches BIM implementation policy

QLD Govt launches BIM implementation policy

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Technology Update//November 30, 2018

The state’s new building information modelling implementation (BIM) policy means that the use of BIM will now be required on all new government construction projects with an estimated capital cost of $50 million or more by 2023.

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Master Builders VIC appoints new CEO

Master Builders VIC appoints new CEO

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//November 05, 2018

The Victorian arm of the Master Builders Association has announced the current head of the Committee for Geelong as its new CEO, who will join the organisation early next year.

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