Turning sewage into structures with biosolid bricks

Turning sewage into structures with biosolid bricks

Posted in Civil Works, Environment, Latest News//January 22, 2019

New research has found a way of turning biosolids from sewage into cheaper, higher performing bricks suitable for the construction industry.

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Landowners to supply construction materials for Inland Rail

Landowners to supply construction materials for Inland Rail

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//January 18, 2019

Farmers and landowners will be able to sell construction materials such as rock, gravel and soil from borrow pits and quarries to supply the Inland Rail project.

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Major excavation works begin on Parkville station

Major excavation works begin on Parkville station

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//January 15, 2019

Works have begun at the site of the planned Parkville Station as part of the Victorian Government’s $11 billion Melbourne Metro Tunnel project.

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Contract won to supply 95,000 tonnes of steel for West Gate Tunnel

Contract won to supply 95,000 tonnes of steel for West Gate Tunnel

Posted in Civil Works, Industry News, Latest News, Project Report//January 14, 2019

An Australian steel supplier has secured a major supply contract for the West Gate Tunnel Project, spanning from Docklands to Laverton in Melbourne, Victoria.

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Feeling the heat: how local government is fighting the impact of the urban heat island effect

Feeling the heat: how local government is fighting the impact of the urban heat island effect

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Up front//January 14, 2019

Two local governments are using collaborative research, pilot projects and innovative measures to fight the impacts of the urban heat island effect and cool their communities. 

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Paving with plastic: the rise of plastics in road construction

Paving with plastic: the rise of plastics in road construction

Posted in Asphalt Review, Civil Works, Environment, Industry News, Latest News//December 18, 2018

Councils are using plastic bags and soft plastic packaging as a sustainable alternative to virgin polymers for bitumen binder to construct longer lasting roads.

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