Over $100 billion is slated to be spent by state governments on infrastructure projects in the coming years to revitalize economies and create jobs, offsetting the negative impacts of COVID-19. Here is a quick summary of what has been announced across each state.
As a world leader in the adoption of digital building technologies, there’s a lot the Australian building and construction industry can learn from their UK counterparts. Here are 6 tips shared from NBS Australia, Be Summit headline sponsor, direct from their own event held in the UK last week, on the political, legal and technological drivers required for industry change and adoption as well as the impact of the pandemic on the digital future.
Session 3 of Be Summit 2020 focused on the implications of government stimulus, new policies and regulations, and opportunities for the built environment to get back to business in a post-covid construction landscape. Explore the key insights from this session.
Trying to speculate what a post-COVID-19 world will look like is difficult enough. Predicting how Australia’s construction industry will shape up, based on possible scenarios likely to play out in each state and territory, is considerably harder. Luckily, we don’t have to with an exclusive preview of what’s coming in the latest ACIF Industry forecast.
Our inaugural Be Summit 2020 kicked off with an address from Tim Pallas MP, Treasurer of Victoria with an insight into the opportunities for the construction sector to play a key role in the State’s economic recovery. Explore the key insights from the session!
With the inaugural Be Summit just days away, here’s a preview of the sessions and discussions that are set to help chart a course of recovery and build industry confidence for all sectors and professional within the built environment.
Diversified Communications Australia, organisers of the long running DesignBUILD and Total Facilities events, has announced a new platform to promote and support the recovery of the Australian construction industry following the effects of COVID-19 on the entire built environment community.
Building information modelling is producing results for projects worldwide. Is Australia up to speed?
A 4D virtual twin of Australia’s largest urban renewal project, Fishermans Bend, is taking BIM to the next level.
Predicting how Australia’s construction industry will shape up, based on possible scenarios likely to play out in each state and territory, is fraught with doubt. Here’s an expert’s opinion on the regions that could best withstand the pandemic.