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The impact of COVID-19 on the US Construction Market Outlook to 2024 – report released

Research and Markets report “Construction in the United States (US) – Key Trends and Opportunities to 2024” was released in August 2020. The US construction industry is expected to contract by...

Using AI to cut costs and the impact of carbon in infrastructure construction

HS2 has begun trials in the UK of a software system designed to cut both the cost and carbon impact of infrastructure construction. The tool applies artificial intelligence (AI) techniques...

Sales of construction equipment set to fall globally

The Covid-19 pandemic will see sales of construction equipment fall in almost every country of the world this year, with global sales of construction equipment expected to be down 16%,...

A new sustainable city to be built in Malaysia

An international design competition conducted by the Penang State Government in January this year to transform the Penang South Islands into a sustainable, global destination has been won by Ramboll,...

Shortlist for Sydney Airport Terminal Announced

The race is on for nod to build the new terminal at Western Sydney’s Nancy-Bird Walton Airport with 3 runners announced. Part of the $5.3Bn development, the terminal will obviously...

Hickory Appointed for $300m HOME development

Hickory Group has come out on top in the race to build Caydon Property’s $300m HOME development in Alphington. The 16 level building is another piece in the redevelopment of...

$350m Innovation Quarter Breaks Ground

Work has commenced on the $350m Western Sydney University/Charter Hall Innovation Quarter project at Westmead.  The mixed use development will see two towers  housing health, education, research and commercial/retail space...

The flow on effect of Covid-19 in the Plumbing industry

The ripple effect of the pandemic is already hitting some businesses. Kate Jones from Master Plumbers reports. The rapid spread of coronavirus has changed the way the world works and...

$1Bn project approved for Fishermans Bend

Another COVID-recession breaker project has been approved for Fishermans Bend with the new 3 tower Gurner development at Montague Street given the green light. The $1Bn development will include 700...

Lendlease sale complete

Lendlease has this week finalised the sale of its engineering arm to Acciona Infrastructure Asia Pacific. The sale has been a long time coming – first heralded back in 2019....