First Cross River Rail tunnel boring machine launched

First Cross River Rail tunnel boring machine launched

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//January 19, 2021

The first of two Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs) to work on the Cross River Rail project has been launched under the Woolloongabba site station

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Soft plastics used to create sustainable concrete carpark and footpath

Soft plastics used to create sustainable concrete carpark and footpath

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//January 14, 2021

A team of engineers from RMIT have partnered with Victorian recycling organisations Replas, RED Group and SR Engineering to create a concrete material made from recycled soft plastics. 

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Contractors reach milestone at $542.4M Bell to Moreland project

Contractors reach milestone at $542.4M Bell to Moreland project

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//September 15, 2020

The contracted alliance on the Bell to Moreland level crossing removal project has installed all of the L-Beams for the elevated rail structure. 

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Boral cites bushfire, floods and COVID-19 disruptions in annual results

Boral cites bushfire, floods and COVID-19 disruptions in annual results

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//August 28, 2020

Annual financial results for major construction materials group Boral show a statutory net loss after tax of 1.139 billion.

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Circular economy for construction materials

Circular economy for construction materials

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Special Features//August 12, 2020

A by-product from the production of nickel is being used as an aggregate in concrete applications and could soon be approved to Australian standards as a supplementary cementitious material. SLN Australia explains.

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Local manufacturer produces Cross River Rail tunnel segments

Local manufacturer produces Cross River Rail tunnel segments

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//July 28, 2020

The workers at Wagners Precast facility in Wacol, Queensland are busy producing 25,000 concrete segments for a $40 million contract on the Cross River Rail project. 

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