IPWEA has launched its globally acclaimed International Infrastructure Management Manual (IIMM) in a comprehensive online program. The IIMM E-Book provides members with...
IPWEA Australasia President Rita Excell was recently invited to present in an American Public Works Association webinar on Automated Vehicles.
Smart parking solutions are being integrated into cities to save drivers time and money make it easier for organisation to capture data
COVID-19 has made living and working in Melbourne difficult for everyone, regardless of their industry. But it’s been particularly challenging for those...
Dr Geoff Allan’s career stands at what he calls the intersection between what he’s good at and what he knows well. With...
How building makeshift dams led to a successful engineering career for IPWEA member William Barton
When Romilly Madew took on the top job at Infrastructure Australia (IA) in April 2019, Australia’s economy was relatively stable, if sluggish,...
New Zealand’s transport sector must decarbonise by 2030 if the country is to meet the Paris Agreement target to limit warming to 1.5 degrees
Sinkholes can appear without warning, endangering people and property and posing a challenge for engineers, particularly in urban environments
Eight locations in Canada and four in Australia have been named SMART21 Communities of 2021 by the global Intelligent Community Forum
US plan makes addressing climate change a priority, with billions earmarked to improve infrastructure resilience and climate science research