Sponsored Article by Before You Dig Australia: Digging on a job site? Here’s how...

Any excavation, big or small, can damage underground infrastructure. This can lead to service interruptions, project delays, costly repairs, and in the worst-case scenario,...

Fleet management market set to double

At the beginning of the decade the global fleet management market was valued at US$19.4 billion and is forecast to more than double to...

Construction begins on new Indonesian capital

Construction will soon begin on Indonesia’s new capital of Nusantara, a planned city to be created on the east coast of the island of...

Sponsored Article by Connected Light Solutions: Northern Territory council LED lighting upgrade becomes smarter

As part of an upgrade to LED streetlights, the Northern Territory cities of Darwin and Palmerston installed a Telensa lighting control system to create...

Cyclone Gabrielle. What can NZ teach and learn from other countries.

New Zealand spent around NZ$15 billion to rebuild from the Christchurch earthquake of 2011, and the early indications are that the financial cost of...

Turkey rebuilds, but is it rebuilding too fast?

Under strong political pressure and facing an election this year, the government of President Tayyip Erdogan is racing to rebuild after February’s devastating earthquakes...

New industry organisation to respond to cyber attacks

As cyber based risk increases for organisations of all sizes, a new industry association has been launched to help boost the resilience of large...

Australia collaborates with Germany on hydrogen projects

Australia’s hydrogen research agreement with Germany has resulted in the announcement of $110 million in funding for four joint projects. The funding brings together Australian...

New US, European guidelines embed sustainability

The Biden administration in the US has released updated guidance for renewable energy and infrastructure projects requiring a greater consideration of sustainability in project...

Siemens wins integration contract for Sydney Metro

German company Siemens Mobility has been awarded a $1.4 billion contract as the system integration partner for the Sydney Metro-Western Sydney Airport rail project. The...

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