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Infrastructures in Australia

Net zero within reach for major Australian city through comprehensive adoption of photovoltaics in built environment. New modelling, on a scale ranging from individual structures through to neighbourhoods and an entire city, has shown that buildings in the City of...
The Morrison Government will establish a new $1 billion technology fund to turbocharge investment in Australian companies to develop new low emissions technology. The Low Emissions Technology Commercialisation Fund (the Fund) will combine $500 million of new capital for the...
iBuild Kit Homes is being celebrated as a Victorian and national success story, after being named as a finalist in the 2021 Australian Export Awards. iBuild traditionally builds modular and kit homes for the Australian market, but the company pivoted...
Technology is key to halting climate change, according to a survey of business decision makers. The results provide support for Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s argument that ‘technology not taxes’ would reduce carbon emissions. The survey is contained in a new white...
Waterfront living, seaside views and access to water are highly sought after in Australia, making seawalls vital infrastructure. They are the first line of defence, protecting low lying waterfront infrastructure against adverse weather events and constant water movement including...
Geohex, an Australian innovation that helps remedy ground stabilisation issues, has been recognised with a 2021 Good Design Award. Geohex is owned and manufactured by Australian business Holloway Group using a 100% recycled plastic blend. It is well-known and widely...
A new specification that allows for recycled plastic noise walls will help support cleaner, greener transport projects across the state. The game-changing specification follows the successful installation of the world’s first 75 per cent recycled plastic noise panels on the...
CIMIC Group company CPB Contractors has been confirmed as the builder of the new 39-storey premium commercial development above the north entrance to Sydney Metro’s Pitt Street Station. The design and construct contract for the premium office building, to be...
The Outer Sydney Orbital Stage 2 corridor investigation is identifying long-term transport connections between Western Sydney and the Illawarra-Shoalhaven region. Investigations for the Outer Sydney Orbital Stage 2 will be undertaken in three sectors: Sector 1: between the Hume Motorway and...
The Australian Government has introduced legislation to unlock new investment in offshore electricity generation and transmission projects. The Offshore Electricity Infrastructure Bill 2021 will establish a framework for the construction, operation, maintenance and decommissioning of offshore electricity projects. The Hon Angus...