Workplace injuries cost the Australian economy more than $60bn annually. However, it is the social and personal aspect of an injured person’s life that suffers most. Especially as the injuries often have permanent impact on … about Workplace Safety is the Spotlight in August
As one of the largest employers in Australia, accounting for over 625,000 jobs across the country, the issue of mental health in construction is slowly gaining greater attention at both industry and government level. The … about Construction Workers Struggle with a High Prevalence of Mental Health Issue
Australian capital cities have gone through a volatile period of growth and construction over the past few years, with housing prices skyrocketing and residential construction rising to cater to the swelling population.
The big dictionary on my bookshelf defines collaboration as: “working in association (sometimes invidiously, with an enemy).” For construction folk, this will ring a bell. Many of our contractual relationships can be somewhat adversarial, with … about Is BIM a Catalyst for Collaboration?
In a statement released to media by NSW Liberals, Chief Commissioner of Greater Sydney, Lucy Turnbull commented: "As Sydney grows, it will be more and more important that we enhance the liveability of our suburbs … about Will Tech Drive Sydney’s Infrastructure Boom?