The growing shortage of affordable, social and public housing is pushing Australian cities to a crisis point. Housing affordability is an issue of national responsibility, extending beyond the government. It's not just about building houses … about Calls for Collaboration in Housing All Australians
Jobsite ANZ spoke with Jenny Moes, HSIE teacher, regarding her experience in the classroom. Moes stated that many teachers, including her, are hoping for the construction of the open learning classrooms to slow down. At … about Building the Foundation for Education through Smart Classroom Design
Dynamic times ahead as work ramps up on the $3.6 billion Queen’s Wharf development in Brisbane, with 2,000 construction workers expected to be involved by 2021.
We're all aware of the labour shortage in the construction industry, partly due to the ageing workforce. However, we should also have in mind another important area impacted by the shift in population—the teachers who … about Labour Shortage Impacted by Lack of Construction Trade Teachers
Creating a built environment that meets the needs of our elderly residents is one of the most significant challenges the building and design industries face today. While the internal fitout and interior design play an … about Making Aged-Care Facilities New Again With Construction Technology
In recent years, architecture was defined by steel and glass. Moving forward to today, we are seeing timber not only making a comeback but pushing the limits with new advances in technology, innovation and daring … about Cross-Laminated Timber is Transforming How we Build
Imagine meeting your colleagues, stakeholders and team in one spot where you can not only collaborate at the round table but walk around your entire project before the slab has even been poured. Throughout Australia … about Seeing is Believing with Projection Technology
With many secondary school students heading straight into the workforce or University, apprenticeship numbers—both the uptake and completion—have seen a steady decline in recent years. This drop is being felt by construction companies across the … about Closing the Skills Gap one Student at a Time
Given the construction sector’s imminent skills shortage, it's hard to understand why there are still so many barriers for women entering, and remaining, in the industry.
With a population of more than 230,000 people and another 41,000 expected to move to Parramatta in the next five years, the city is being touted as one of Sydney’s most desirable places to live.