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Brickworks says construction levels in Melbourne and Sydney continue to be high.

Housing boom fuels record Brickworks results

A building products manufacturer has indicated a positive outlook for the current financial year after it achieved record sales thanks to buoyant building activity. Read more »
Boral has announced the formation of its newest Boral Australia division.

Divisional restructuring at Boral

Boral is combining its building products and construction materials and cement divisions. Read more »
New Zealand’s Oropi Quarry, where a worker died last year.

Quarry company fined over driver’s death

Investigators into the death of a man thrown from his dump truck at a quarry have told operators to implement lessons from their own health and safety failings. Read more »
Cement companies are being urged to do more to cut their CO<sub>2</sub> emissions.

Breakthrough turns carbon dioxide into rock

Scientists have discovered an environmentally friendly way of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere – by turning it into rock. Read more »
Glen Innes has approved the purchase of a new quarry.

Regional quarry business set to expand with farmland purchase

A regional council will expand its quarry business after it voted unanimously to approve the purchase of agricultural land that will incorporate a new quarry site. Read more »
The Jordanki Cultural and Congress Centre is in a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Torun, Poland.

Cultural building made from choice aggregates

Specially selected aggregates have been used to develop a concrete mix for a high end building project. Read more »


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