Inland Rail Narrabri to North Star section gains environmental approval

Inland Rail Narrabri to North Star section gains environmental approval

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//October 22, 2020

Contractors are one step closer to breaking ground on the Inland Rail section from Narrabri to North Star, in NSW, as it gains environmental approval.

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ISCA impacts: Showcasing our industry’s infrastructure sustainability achievements

ISCA impacts: Showcasing our industry’s infrastructure sustainability achievements

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Special Features//October 20, 2020

The ISCA Impacts Report 2020 is a showcase of the infrastructure industry’s remarkable achievements in sustainability. The report documents lifecycle impacts, innovations, and our contribution towards a circular economy.

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Rebound ready Victoria

Rebound ready Victoria

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//October 19, 2020

With $1.1 billion of Federal funding in the pipeline for infrastructure projects across Victoria there is huge opportunity to develop and demonstrate construction industry leadership in sustainability.

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Crumb rubber: a legacy investigation

Crumb rubber: a legacy investigation

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Special Features//October 07, 2020

Main Roads WA is working with the Australian Road Research Board and Tyre Stewardship Australia to validate the use of recycled asphalt pavement that contains crumb rubber. Roads & Infrastructure reports.

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West Gate Tunnel soil landfill sites approved by EPA Victoria

West Gate Tunnel soil landfill sites approved by EPA Victoria

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//September 07, 2020

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Victoria has approved two landfill sites to receive, PFAS-contaminated soil from the West Gate Tunnel project. 

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Climate change poses a significant risk to infrastructure – Opinion

Climate change poses a significant risk to infrastructure – Opinion

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Special Features//August 05, 2020

Climate change poses a significant risk to infrastructure, as extreme weather events such as heatwaves, droughts, bushfires, storm surges and flooding become more frequent. Opinion by David Jenkins, CEO IPWEA Australasia. 

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