Tegan Smith holds an honours degree in environmental management majoring in sustainable development and a Masters degree in urban and regional planning. She has Read more
Speaking of his approach to building, the much venerated 19th century British engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel said: “I am opposed to the laying down Read more
The IQA Gold Environment Award, to be awarded this October at the IQA’s annual conference in Toowoomba, recognises a site’s contribution towards the advancement Read more
The company’s personnel is proud of their ability to recruit and retain experienced staff that ensure their customers get the best service. As a Read more
Renewable energy is becoming more and more popular these days.
We recently jumped on the bandwagon and had solar panels installed on our home in Read more
Ron Durrington, fondly known as Durro, was in 2016 presented with his 50 years’ service award by Boral.
He has worked at the same work Read more
In the extractive industry, there is arguably no issue more emphasised than risk management and workplace safety.
Yet, despite the extensive advances in machine performance Read more
André is part-way through his degree and has experienced uncertainty about whether engineering is the correct path for him. Institute of Quarrying Australia CEO Read more
The extractive industry is big. Huge in fact. There’s no doubt about that. From houses and their make-up materials, to roads and highways, and Read more
While reliability and productivity are the principle requirements of all modern quarry equipment, Volvo Construction Equipment’s (Volvo CE) machine range promises owners a competitive Read more