Next week, the Tasmanian Major Projects Conference returns to showcase the biggest projects in the State pipeline
From road and rail to water and renewables, the Tasmanian Major Projects Conference will delve into the high-priority infrastructure projects that are helping to drive growth within the State and reinvigorate the economy post-COVID.
An investment from the Victorian Government will see the creation of a new apprenticeships body, Apprenticeships Victoria.
The Nexus Law Group details changes to the Building and Construction Security of Payment Act 1999 (SOP Act or the NSW Act) and explains how it can be a powerful tool for construction industry stakeholders to achieve a swift interim determination of payment
On the 20th and 21st of April, the Tasmanian Major Projects Conference will return to shed light on the most significant infrastructure projects in the pipeline for the State, covering sectors from roads and rail to renewable energy and
National Cabinet agreed Infrastructure Australia (IA) will evaluate project proposals that require in excess of $250 million in funding from the federal government.
On Thursday 29th October, Roads & Infrastructure magazine hosted a webinar with Bentley Systems about how digital twins are created road infrastructure through the introduction of digital context and the dimension of time to static 3D BIM models.