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2022 IRF “Man of the Year”

Randell H. Iwasaki Named 2022 IRF “Man of the Year” Randell H. Iwasaki P.E., M. ASCE, an internationally recognised transportation policy-maker and industry leader, has been nominated to receive the International Road Federation’s highest individual recognition on the opening day …

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Sydney Metro West

Shortlist for Hunter Street Precinct Development Partner announced, procurement for the remaining Metro West packages now underway. The future Sydney Metro Hunter Street Station is another step closer, with the NSW Government shortlisting two consortia to tender for the delivery …

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Chief Executive of ONRSR

Sue McCarrey to depart the national rail regulator following a highly successful eight-year tenure spent fostering Australia’s fledgling rail regulator into a nationally recognised safety authority, ONRSR Chief Executive Sue McCarrey will depart her post at the end of the year. …

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FSC bolsters environmental capacity and expands into site investigation services

FSC has announced a boost of its suite of environmental engineering services with a focus on providing high-quality, commercially minded and site specific, site investigation services to primarily construction and property managing clients. FSC is a multi-disciplinary design, engineering, project …

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New ACA paper calls for reform of payment practices

The Australian Constructors Association (ACA) has published a new paper on payment practices in the construction industry – Credit where credit’s due—Improving security of payment and liquidity in the construction industry. The paper highlights the need to change payment practices, …

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Holcim & BMD support Habitat for Humanity

RA members Holcim and BMD Group have shown their commitment to supporting vulnerable group in the community, recently joining forces to support a project for Habitat for Humanity. Team members from both Holcim and BMD spent a day working to …

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Nearmap expands coverage footprint

RA member Nearmap has announced the expansion of its coverage footprint of aerial imagery to ~95% of the Australian population. Coverage now includes regional communities across Australia – from Exmouth, WA, Katherine in the NT, and across to Port Douglas …

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