A quarry in the Otway Ranges in Victoria has been given a second lease on life, as a location for creative arts projects and events.
Green-tick crushing equipment and renewable energy
Supplying in-demand equipment to the crushing and screening market, Wirtgen is a proud supplier of Kleemann technology that has proved invaluable in the Snowy 2.0 project.
Victoria’s new cabinet will promote transport integration, RA says
The Andrews ministry’s cabinet for Victoria was announced on 5 December, with a focus placed on developing public infrastructure and road projects.
John Deere secures electric future with Kreisel Electric battery tech expansion
John Deere is investing in electric propulsion with the announcement that it is funding an expansion of the company Kreisel Electric with regards to the company’s battery production capacity.
Downer announces new CEO
Downer today announced that after an extensive succession process, Peter Tompkins will be appointed chief executive officer (CEO) and managing director of the Downer Group following the retirement of Grant Fenn in February 2023.
QLD government audits sites for new housing development
In an outcome of the Queensland Housing Summit held in October, the state government will be undertaking a three-month audit of state government-owned land and buildings to identify opportunities for residential development.
ASBEC announces new president
The Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council (ASBEC) has appointed a new president, Tanya Cox, as architect Professor Ken Maher AO steps down after seven years in the role.
McLanahan appoints new mineral systems sales director
Global process solutions provider company, McLanahan Corporation has appointed Lee Hillyer as director of sales – mineral systems.
Australia’s first silica dust code of practice approved for QLD
Queensland’s Industrial Relations Minister Grace Grace has approved the state’s new code of practice for managing respirable crystalline silica dust exposure in construction and manufacturing of construction elements.
Major bypass project nears start date
The biggest infrastructure project for Singleton, New South Wales, is approaching its start date, with the shortlist of contractors selected to design and build the New England Highway bypass released on 21 November 2022.