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The area inside red lines by land survey, the outside red lines by aerial survey.

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Surveying techniques on show at Gippsland quarries

There are many different techniques that a surveyor may use to provide spatial data solutions for quarries. Several different surveying methodologies were employed on a project at two quarry sites in Tyers, Victoria earlier this year. Erik Birzulis reports. Read more »
A human-centred design process becomes a team objective.

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Design of work for health: A human-centred design perspective

Design of work for health is a human-centred design approach that connects safety, health and wellness initiatives. Sara Pazell and Robin Burgess-Limerick explain how this approach speaks to sound leadership and urges the application of systems thinking in organisational design in the construction materials industry. Read more »
A 3D representation of Parklands Blue Metal’s Yandina Creek Road quarry operation.

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The quarry ‘mouse’ that roared in appeal case

In May 2014, a southeast Queensland quarry operator appealed a regional council’s decision to refuse a greenfield quarry application. This case study explains why the Queensland P&E Court upheld the appeal and why the Court of Appeal also endorsed the P&E Court’s findings. Read more »
Brookby Quarry’s newly arrived WA500-6 wheel loader fills one of the more than 450 trucks that visit the quarry daily.

Brand management partnership pays off for NZ operation

A long-term New Zealand customer has seen early benefits from its participation in Komatsu’s “brand management” customer relationship program as it proceeds with the expansion of its quarry operation. Read more »
Quarry manager Andrew Nicholas at Holcim’s Bohle Quarry in Townsville.

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Telematics system delivers for ring road project

The adoption of on-board weighing and reporting technology for real-time visibility of site operations has enabled a quarry operation to successfully bypass its weighbridge and significantly increase its productivity to deliver on a major
infrastructure project without interruption to normal operations. Read more »
Central Queensland Quarries managing director Ian Robinson (centre) with Sandvik sales support personnel Frank Grech (left) and Ben Willcox (right).

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Close working relationship leads to repeat business

An excellent working relationship with a supplier’s technical sales and support personnel has resulted in a leading quarrying and crushing operator in central Queensland making a repeat purchase of a second crusher. Read more »

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