Green Building Boss to Lead Infrastructure Australia
Australia’s leading infrastructure advisory body has a new leader following an announcement that a leading advocate for sustainable development has been appointed to the role.
Australia Lagging on Infrastructure Reform
When you are handed a to-do list which is 78 items long, you are going to be busy.
Pork Barrelling Makes a Pig’s Ear of Infrastructure Decisions
Australians are all too familiar with the election time frenzy of vote-buying. Pork barrelling costs Australia dear in monetary terms, but it’s also wrecking our future...
How to Get More Bang for Our Infrastructure Buck
Infrastructure can have a big effect on our lives.
Dam Engineer Worried About ‘Embarrassment’
Queensland dam engineers were concerned before the 2011 floods that they could suffer a "major embarrassment" if they released water and then dire rainfall predictions didn't...
NSW: 5000-Strong Petition to Stop WestConnex
Anti-WestConnex campaigners have delivered an open letter with more than 5000 signatures to Premier Gladys Berejiklian calling for a halt and review of the Sydney toll...
Engineer Jailed Over Transport Scam
An engineer motivated by financial gain has been jailed for his involvement in a multi-million dollar Victorian public transport rort.
Australia Not Investing Enough on Freight Infrastructure
As Australia undergoes record investment in roads and passenger rail, state and Commonwealth ministers have lined up to cut the ribbon on ‘congestion busting’ developments.
Infrastructure Activity Reaches 10-year High
The pace of growth in engineering construction has hit a 10 year high due to big ticket infrastructure projects, offsetting falling levels of apartment building.