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Climate Smart Engineering Conference: time to act

Ready to accelerate Australia’s transition to net zero emissions? Join Engineers Australia’s, Climate Smart Engineering (CSE23) conference at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre this month, 29-30 November. Register here. Don’t miss your chance to be part of the conversation on the future of engineering and sustainability at this conference connecting engineering minds, ideas and opportunities. [...]

Bentley Systems Announces Winners of the 2023 Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure

Bentley Systems, Incorporated, the infrastructure engineering software company, recently announced the winners of the 2023 Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure. The annual awards program honours the extraordinary work of Bentley software users advancing infrastructure design, construction, and operations throughout the world. Finalists presented their projects at the 2023 Year in Infrastructure and Going Digital [...]

Moddex Tuffrail® 316 Marine-grade Stainless Steel pre-engineered handrails are a world first

Moddex Tuffrail delivers AS 1657.2018 and NZS 1657.1992 compliant protection for workers across mezzanines, stairs, service platforms, walkways and fall edges. The Tuffrail system is simple to connect, weather-resistant and ultra-lightweight. Being pre-engineered, it arrives flat-packed and ready to install in half the time of welded handrails, or less. The stainless-steel version is unique in [...]

Engineers Australia Excellence Awards: Engineering shaping Australia’s future

At the heart of the Engineers Australia Excellence Awards is recognition – not only of outstanding professionals and groundbreaking projects – but of the meaningful engineering achievements driving Australia's future. On Wednesday 29 November, the engineering industry will gather to celebrate the national winners of the prestigious Engineers Australia Excellence Awards 2023. When: Wednesday [...]

Ensuring compliance with Australian standards for stormwater covers and grates

Stormwater covers and grates play a vital role in civil construction projects nationwide. These essential components are extensively utilized in various infrastructure endeavours, carrying significant significance that should not be underestimated. While some might downplay the significance of grates and covers used for stormwater drainage on roads, it is crucial to recognize their multifaceted importance. [...]

UN Plan focuses on emission cuts in the construction sector

Rapid urbanisation worldwide means every five days, the world adds buildings equivalent to the size of Paris, with the built environment sector already responsible for 37 per cent of global emissions. A report published by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Yale Center for Ecosystems + Architecture (Yale CEA), under the Global Alliance [...]

Climate Smart Engineering conference: plenary program

Australia’s most respected engineering and climate experts will headline Engineers Australia’s 2023 Climate Smart Engineering Conference, (CSE23) to be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 29 and 30 November 2023. “Since its foundation in 2021, CSE has become a focal point for debate and knowledge sharing. Last year, CSE22 explored the ways [...]

100,000+ fly the flag across Australia: A hi-vis strategy for workers’ mental health

Flags flew over work sites across the country on September 13 and 14 to celebrate the role of more than 300,000 Australian workers in preventing suicide. As part of National Suicide Prevention Week, MATES’ annual Fly the Flag days recognised the work of MATES volunteers trained to recognise the signs of change in their [...]

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