Australia’s Education Building Boom
“The NSW Government is already building the roads, public transport and other hard infrastructure we need – now its time for a huge investment in the...
Commercial Building Set to Drive Activity Forward
Last October, Cbus Property turned the first sod on what it says will be a landmark ‘vertical village’ in Melbourne’s CBD featuring two twin 39-storey vertical...
Myths and Facts about NCC Performance Solutions
When Lend Lease built what was then the world’s tallest timber building at the Forte apartment complex in Melbourne’s Docklands in 2012, the company had some...
Big Opportunities in Hotel Development and Construction
Four years ago, Australia’s hotel market was struggling as a surging dollar saw the cost competitiveness of our tourism industry relative to overseas peers plummet, weak...
Lawnmowers Next to the Cheese: Australia’s Big Box Boom
They are the roadside megastores that have muscled in on Australia’s retail market with affordable appliances, homeware goods, and produce.
Aussie Construction Expectations Soar
Expectations within the building and construction sector in Australia have soared as leading indicators paint an encouraging picture of the sector’s prospects.
Resolving Fire Safety for Aluminium Composite Cladding Products
The problems surrounding the Building Code and its enforcement with respect to aluminium composite panels (“ACPs”) used for building cladding, along with the dangers of combustibility...
Commercial Building Recovery Set to Take Hold
Australia’s commercial building sector is set to emerge as an area of opportunity over coming years as the boom in residential work subsides, a new forecast...
Cladding: A Troublesome Issue for Those Unable to Make a Decision
The fire that raced up the Lacrosse building in November 2014 fuelled by the combustible polyethylene composite external panelling appears no closer to a resolution after...
Australian Cash May Aid Notre Dame Rebuild
Australians are likely to be given an opportunity to contribute to rebuilding the Notre Dame cathedral with both sides of politics lamenting the destructive fire that...
Run-down Perth Maternity Hospital to Move
Western Australia's biggest and most dilapidated maternity hospital will move to a new facility on the more modern QEII medical campus, the state government has announced.
Local School Focus in Pre-Election Budget
School kids are being offered new swing sets, slides and library books in the pre-election federal budget.
Perth Hospitals Cladding to be Replaced
Possibly flammable cladding at four Perth hospitals must be replaced but there is no risk to public safety, the state government says.
Govt Bullying PBO over Stadium cost: Daley
Michael Daley has accused the NSW government of "bullying" the parliamentary budget office into re-examining its costing of Labor's stadiums policy on the eve of the...
NSW Premier Stands by Stadium Rebuild Cost
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian denies Allianz Stadium could have been upgraded to meet safety standards for a mere $18 million - a fraction of the $730...
Sydney Stadium Court Appeal Dismissed
A community group has lost its court appeal to halt the demolition of Sydney's Allianz Stadium, meaning heavy machinery can continue to tear down the concrete...
Labor Promises $1b for Hospital Upgrades
Australia's hospitals will get a billion-dollar upgrade to make sure they can deliver the best modern health services to patients if Labor wins the May federal...
NSW Election: Stadium Case Back in Court
The legal fight to stop the NSW government from pulling down Sydney's Allianz Stadium before the state election is headed back to court.