Melbourne construction restrictions come into effect

New restrictions have come into effect for all Melbourne construction sites, requiring firms to have a high risk COVIDSafe Plan in place and allowing no more than one worker per four square metres of enclosed workspace.

Contractors selected for $352M Rookwood Weir

A Central Queensland contractor and major construction firm has won the bid to build the $352 million Rookwood Weir project.

New Office CEO selected for Charter Hall Group

Charter Hall Group has appointed Carmel Hourigan as Office CEO, replacing Adrian Taylor who will leave the company to pursue other opportunities.

HomeBuilder initiative officially open in QLD

Queenslanders can now apply for a $25,000 grant to build or renovate their homes under the Federal Government’s HomeBuilder initiative, which aims to stimulate construction and aid economic recovery.

Infrastructure Australia releases 2020 Infrastructure Priority List

Infrastructure Australia has unveiled its updated 2020 Infrastructure Priority List, which lists a project pipeline worth more than $64 billion.

Gold Coast construction tenders awarded for The Spit Master Plan

Construction tenders for two projects have been awarded as part of the Spit Master Plan on the Gold Coast.

Topcon releases new compact, durable pipe laser levels

TP-L6 series now available in red or green beam, with enhanced features including shorter length to accommodate tight pits.

Multiplex completes billion dollar M-City development

Multiplex has completed a billion-dollar mixed-use M-City development on behalf of Schiavello Group, one of the largest master-planned community single stage developments undertaken in Victoria to date.

Keeping construction connected

As the construction industry faces challenges from fast tracking projects to social distancing it is clear that technology is increasingly important to keep people connected.

Tenders to open for Port of Burnie upgrade

A tender will soon be released for the Port of Burnie Shiploader Upgrade, which aims to replace the current infrastructure at the Tasmanian port to provide confidence to the state’s resources sector.

The future of media: partnerships, not real estate

Optimising value from B2B marketing budgets has never been more important. For marketing managers, this means ensuring that advertising leads to real sales opportunities.

Rottnest Island gets $30M infrastructure boost

More than $30 million will be spent on upgrading Rottnest Island’s ageing water supply and road network to provide better holiday infrastructure and prepare for future growth.