The Importance of Living Infrastructure in Schools
Did you know that in 2017, there were more than 3.8 million students enrolled in 9,444 (public, catholic and independent) primary and high schools across Australia?
Mining Risks Missing Next Generation of Engineers
For Trent Nayler, notions of any lack of opportunity within Australia’s mining sector as a result of the recent downturn are incorrect.
The Revolution of Open Source Science – Urban Forest Citizen Science
The "War on Science" is a relatively new term caused by recent international governments undermining, devaluing, and defunding scientific institutions.
It’s Time for Builders to Embrace Energy Efficiency
With Australia facing an energy crisis, improving energy efficiency in the built environment could dramatically improve how much Australians pay to run their homes, and how...
NSW Pumps Billions into Schools and Hospitals
NSW will pump billions into building hospitals and schools as the state moves to beef up investment in social infrastructure to complement its already massive levels...
NSW Must Reinstate Integrity of Qualifications Linked to Building Licences
A media release was sent out earlier this year by the NSW opposition Shadow Minister for Skills, Prue Car MP, highlighting the risks to potential students...
Strata Comes of Age as a Profession
Wind back 50 years and real estate offices in Australia discovered a useful extra income stream: helping owners of small blocks of units or flats to...
Architecture Students Get a Real-life Lesson in Building Real Buildings
Today’s architectural education is facing challenges from modern construction industry and undergoing a difficult transition.
US Congress Approves Funding for Architecture Education
The labor shortage currently plaguing the American construction industry might see relief in coming years.
Siemens Grants $450m of Software to Uni SA
South Australian students will soon have access to the industrial design software used to develop Space X, the Mars Curiosity Rover and Maserati cars following a...
Cash for 14 New Victorian School Sites
The Victorian government is shelling out almost $240 million to buy land for 14 new schools across suburbs in Melbourne's growth corridors.