In a submission to the City of Sydney, the University of Technology Sydney proposed a major redevelopment of a section of its current campus.
Over the last few decades, robotics have dominated processes and production means of such industries as automotive or agriculture. The use of automation and other types of robotic technologies is well-poised to revolutionise other industries, … about Will Bricklaying Robots Transform the Construction Industry?
In 2016, the Victorian Government recognised it had a problem with waste, estimating that in that state alone, around 170,00 tonnes of flexible plastics is recycled and another 153,000 tonnes end up in landfills each … about Turning Old Plastic into New Footpaths
Fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) is a working arrangement where, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, “the place of work is sufficiently isolated from the worker’s place of residence to make daily commute impractical.” The worker, … about Fly-in, Fly-Out Workers Run a Greater Risk of Depression
ConX is a platform built to connect contractors in the construction industry, simplifying how they win work, hire, and establish a reputation online. Hear from cofounder Annie Slattery about where she see's the construction sector … about An Interview with Annie Slattery from ConX Sydney
Recently, City of Perth Council in Western Australia has recorded a 50 per cent increase in noise complaints. It cited a combination of the city’s vibrant entertainment precinct and high levels of construction noise during … about Construction Sites Making All the Right Noises in Reducing Sound Pollution
Thanks to advances in technology, such a scenario is now no longer the case. Jobsite ANZ spoke to Jeremy Harkins, Director of ineni Realtime, a Sydney-based design consultancy aiming to humanise digital technology, data, virtual … about The Future of Visualisation in Construction Allows you to Step Into your Design
Multiplex has kicked off the New Year in a big way, with a $460 million contract for the construction of what will be the tallest hospital building in Australia – the new Westmead Central Acute … about Multiplex Set to Build Australia’s Tallest Hospital Building
Destination Brisbane Consortium’s $3 billion Queens Wharf Brisbane casino resort has had its plan of development (PoD) application approved by Economic Development Queensland. The proposal is expected to deliver a whole-of-precinct solution which will inject … about Queens Wharf Brisbane Casino Resort Gets the Green Light
In late January, the first sod was turned on the residential component of a Melbourne development, ie a soon-to-be world leader in sustainability. Burwood Brickworks is an integrated community comprising mixed housing, open space and … about Burwood Brickworks Aims to be the World’s Most Sustainable Retail Centre