General Manager of the Australian Building Codes Board, Neil Savery, told Jobsite that NCC 2019 is the first planned amendment to the Code since 2016. The planned changes capture an accumulation of three years of … about Get Set for NCC 2019
It is the latest in a string of solar projects announced in 2018 that has broken records. Australian States and communities continually embrace alternative energy sources, even as leaders or governments are toppled, or increase … about Largest Solar Farm in the World to Open In Queensland
This year has seen construction technology pick up speed in Australia. More construction companies than ever before are embracing technology and many others are looking at new and unique ways to increase safety, collaboration and … about A Look at Construction Technology in 2018
Prefab and modular homes are set to appear more and more as residential homes and businesses in the coming years. What is so special about them? They can be are moved directly to site after … about Modular Homes a Modern Alternative
Smartphone adoption has continued to rise, with a recent Deloitte survey finding 85 per cent of Australians now own a smartphone. The near ubiquity of smartphones has empowered construction industry professionals to improve efficiencies in … about Going Mobile: Boosting Safety and Efficiencies on the Construction Site
The latest Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF) report found that building and construction work activity in 2017 and 2018 grew to $247 billion—almost as high as the peak achieved at the height of the mining … about Infrastructure is a Key Driver of Construction Demand in 2019
Construction and transport workers have among the highest rate of traumatic spinal injuries than of any other sector. This new research has sparked a call of action for a stronger focus on workplace injury prevention.
A few years ago, it would be the stuff of science fiction to imagine designing a home using virtual reality. Now, however, homeowners and developers can immerse themselves in a virtual environment while their building … about Construction Tech Trends for 2019 and Beyond
Development of Sydney’s North West Growth Precinct continues at a rapid pace, with the NSW Government approving new 107,500sqm logistics and development facilities at Marsden Park. The announcement comes shortly after the Government announced its … about Marsden Park’s Massive Transformation
From high-spec laboratories and mid-rise residential estates to a zero-carbon World Trade Centre, the Sydney Aerotropolis is shaping up to be one of Australia’s most diverse and substantial construction undertakings.