Australian-made is Better, Except When…
Australian-made is better, most people in Australia are likely to say.
Sprawl Costing Urban Commuters Billions
Commuters in the United States are collectively incurring billions of dollars in extra costs as a result of sprawling nature of the country's leading urban centres.
Is Cuba Now Open for Business?
It’s well known that looking at the architecture in Havana, Cuba, is like traveling back in time: the weathered buildings are a major part of the...
Construction to Trump Global GDP Growth Until 2030
A new report sees the international construction sector significantly outpacing global GDP in growth terms over the next decade and half, with China, India and the United States accounting for...
China’s Built Assets Top $47 Trillion
A new report indicates that the size and distribution of the world's built asset worth is undergoing rapid change, with total value surging in recent years...
US Study Reveals the Best Plants For Green Roofs
A new study in the US has completed a five-year trial to evaluate the best plants for a promising green roof.
US Construction Spending Rises in December
US spending on construction rose modestly in December, led by a jump in the public sector such as highway projects, the Commerce Department reports.
US Engineering Jobs to Leap by 11 Per Cent
A leading recruitment firm expects jobs for engineers in the US to grow by nearly a quarter of a million over the next decade.
Energy Boom Leads to Engineering Shortage
US engineering faculties are suffering from staff shortages as academics are drawn to the lucrative salaries offered by the latest energy boom.
Mirvac to Help US Pension Fund Buy Premium Offices
Mirvac has struck a deal with one of America's leading retirement providers to jointly invest in prime office projects sourced by the Australian property group.