Asset Management

The Times They Are A Changin’

When Bob Dylan wrote this iconic song of a generation (or two) ago there is little doubt he was NOT thinking...

Fleet Management

Emerging Technology

How the IoT can improve infrastructure management and performance

We know that reliable information guides decisions and saves money, which is why, thanks to improvements in technology and the IoT, data...

Getting the balance right: 3000K v 4000K LED street lighting

There has been much debate internationally about whether new LED street lights with a colour temperature (CT) of 3000K (Kelvin) provide...

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Engineering a bright future: Young IPWEA member Clarissa Campbell

Women in engineering: How Young IPWEA member Clarissa Campbell has built her career

Aiming high: how one young engineering leader is achieving her career goals

Young leader Jo O’Brien has achieved several goals and milestones in her civil engineering career.

IPWEA member profile: City of Monash fleet manager Derek Naylor

COVID-19 has made living and working in Melbourne difficult for everyone, regardless of their industry. But it’s been particularly challenging for those...

Scholarship Support for Women in the Engineering and Construction Sector

For more than 16 years Women & Leadership Australia has been developing female leadership and supporting the presence of women in business...

Industry News

Solar-cell technology breakthrough could make buildings a source of renewable power

Queensland University researchers have developed a new kind of solar cell that may lead to the development of a ‘next generation’ of flexible ‘skin-like’ solar arrays

Roads and bridges funding to bring productivity boost for local communities

While the effects of Australia’s economic downturn are being felt by businesses and communities, municipalities have been given much-needed funding for infrastructure...

Roadmap shows the way for smart cities across Australia

Local councils across Australia are rapidly adopting smart cities projects to develop communities that are safe, sustainable and digitally connected. These projects...

Technology to make M1 motorway safer and faster for travellers

Motorists using southern Queensland’s busy Pacific Motorway (M1) between Varsity Lakes and Tugun will soon have access to improved traffic information provided...

Fast-track rail procurement to aid jobs growth in hard-hit regions

Earlier, faster Inland Rail procurement approach a boon for regional jobs and Indigenous communities