Environmental News, Industry News, News, Regulation News, Supplier NewsA $5.1 million expansion of the Howlong Sand and Gravel Quarry in southern New South Wales has been proposed by Fraser Earthmoving Construction to substantially expand the quarry’s annual extraction rate from 30,000 tonnes per annum (tpa) to 330,000 tpa.
Industry News, International News, News, Supplier NewsAn 8km stretch of road in Sweden has been closely analysed by researchers from Chalmers University of Technology and the University of Gothenburg to calculate how different factors in its construction impact carbon dioxide emissions.
Features, News In just a matter of months, the world has been literally transformed – thanks to a biological disruptor that …
Features, News Crushers require a lot of energy to produce a finished product. In addition to the actual comminution, processes such …
Features, NewsAustralia’s only manufacturer of high tensile and abrasion-resistant quenched and tempered steel plate says it owes its success to the benefits of local knowledge, imbued with a successful combination of resilience and formability.
Industry News, News, OH&S NewsWorkplace Medicine Australia is encouraging large business across the country, which includes those in quarrying and construction, to downturn a possible second wave of COVID-19 by deploying workplace screening.
Industry News, News, Regulation News, Supplier NewsToowoomba Regional Council mayor Paul Antonio has been appointed as the new chair of the Melbourne to Brisbane Inland Rail Alliance (MBIRA), which represents all local governments that will be connected by the Inland Rail route.
Industry News, International News, News, Supplier NewsThere are good signs for Australia’s limestone segment, with the lime market expected to exceed $USD339.5 billion ($AUD510.8 billion) by 2027, according to a report by Coherent Market Insights.
Industry News, International News, News, Supplier NewsAs COVID-19 restrictions slowly ease across Australia, many of the construction industry’s top players, such as Boral, Fletcher Building, James Hardie and ADBRI have recently had to apply a sweep of changes to their business operations.