Construction is ramping up on Inland Rail in Central West New South Wales, with the first $20 million steel rail contract from Liberty Steel’s Whyalla steelworks successfully delivered.
Researchers from the UK have successfully tested a new way or protecting concrete from fire damage using materials recycled from old tyres.
New research has found a way of turning biosolids from sewage into cheaper, higher performing bricks suitable for the construction industry.
The VEGAPULS 64 liquid radar level measurement instrument is helping improve efficiency not just for bitumen suppliers, but also for the service providers maintaining their assets.
Roads & Infrastructure Magazine sits down with experts behind a new Austroads report exploring the use of marginal and non-standard materials in road construction and maintenance and what benefits they could bring to the sector.
Gough Industrial Solutions has designed an all-purpose concrete mixer to respond to the efficiency and safety challenges contractors face in the Australian market.