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Boral is in line to capitalise on a promised infrastructure improvement plan in the US.

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Boral to double US revenue with acquisition

Boral is set to benefit from US president-elect Donald Trump’s promised infrastructure investment after signing an agreement to acquire an American building materials supplier for $3.5 billion. Read more »
Norwell, better known for its sugar cane produce, will soon be home to a 90ha sand quarry.

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From sugar cane to sand: Council clears project

A controversial sand quarry development has been given the green light, despite more than 130 objections from residents. Read more »
Guests came from as far afield as WA and FNQ for the Lincom Group open days in Goulburn, NSW.

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Telematics system unveiled at supplier open day

An international supplier has recently held a couple of open days to officially launch its telematics system. Read more »
President-elect Donald Trump has promised a $USD1 trillion infrastructure improvement plan for the United States.

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US aggregate industry responds to Trump victory

Donald Trump’s upset victory in the US presidential election has been greeted with optimism by some sectors of the American aggregates industry. Read more »
Lendlease Engineering won the tender for the $985 million Northern Connector with its concrete pavement design.

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Concrete road design to cut fuel consumption, maintenance

Plans to build South Australia’s first major concrete road have been welcomed by an industry body. Read more »
Boral CSR Bricks encompassed 12 manufacturing sites along the east coast.

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Boral sells out of bricks JV

Boral has agreed to sell its 40 per cent interest in a joint venture with one of Australia’s large brick suppliers. Read more »
The Outer Suburban Arterial Roads program will aim to cut travel times and improve safety.

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Infrastructure improvements to improve travel, safety

Major infrastructure improvements are set to benefit one Australian city’s suburbs under new plans. Read more »
Flagstaff Gully Quarry is at an elevation of 330m.

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Downhill conveyor solution wins innovation prize

A quarry operator’s inventive solution to a challenging problem has been recognised with a national award. Read more »
Fastbrick Robotics chief technical officer Mark Pavic (centre) and CEO Michael Pavic (right) pick up their award.

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Robotic bricklaying developers win innovation prize

An Australian business has won an award for its automated bricklaying machine that is designed to cut the time and cost involved in construction. Read more »


 


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