Specialist expertise including estimators, design engineers and supervisors with experience on major commercial projects have already been widely sought in Victoria, NSW, Queensland, Western Australia and Tasmania.
It takes a lot of time and effort to bid on construction projects. And, there’s nothing worse than winning a bid you later wish you hadn’t. Here’s how to set up a process for deciding … about Top 9 Things to Look for When Deciding Which Projects to Bid
Over a quarter of Australian tradies are earning an admirable $100,000 a year, according to recent data. Furthermore, the closer they work to the CBD, the better is their chance of achieving these salaries.
Nearly 200,000 unfilled construction industry jobs nationwide. This gap puts added pressure on developers, contractors and owners. Even in the face of a worker shortage, construction is booming. Companies are now looking to technological solutions … about Making up for the Construction Labor Shortage with Technology
According to a recent report released by Adzuna, an Australian search engine for job advertisements used by over two million visitors per month, the construction jobs market is experiencing a boom.
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
There are some massive infrastructure projects in various stages of development happening across the country, with some cities experiencing above-average economic and population growth as a result. Procore takes a look at seven cities set … about The Top 7 Cities in Australia for Infrastructure Development
Last fall, California passed AB 1701 passed and went into effect this year as California Labor Code Section 218.7. The law puts more responsibility on a project's general contractor for wages and benefits owed to … about Could California’s New Wages and Benefits Law Impact Your Business?
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
While the March observance of National Women's History Month, was born in the late 1800s out of worker revolts against the conditions in factories, women's grievances at that time mirrored what women working on early construction … about Women in Construction: The Story is Much Longer Than You Think