The Australian Government has released the Budget 2019-20 which focus on delivering infrastructure that will aid in managing the nation’s growing population as well as help meet the country’s freight challenge and to get Australians home quicker and safer.
Earlier this month, Infrastructure Australia released its annual Infrastructure Priority List that shows the vital infrastructure that will help build the nation. The list currently contains 121 projects including eight high-priority projects, 10 priority projects, 29 high-priority initiatives and 74 priority initiatives.
Western Australia is set to receive a record $5.4 billion infrastructure package, which will be announced by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Premier Mark McGowan today ahead of next month's State Budget reveal.
Recently PlantMiner announced their national partnership with SITECH which is helping construction professionals across Australia better track their equipment location and monitor usage.
Digitisation is coming fast, and the industry is on the verge of widespread adoption of a range of new technologies. Startups including PlantMiner are looking to provide digital solutions and technological additions that help improve existing businesses and overcome some of the most enduring challenges of this complex sector.
I wrote a LinkedIn post the other day about the receivers for Airport Link claiming $2.2 billion in damages from the engineers for allegedly misleading or deceptive traffic projections.
Elysium Resources has entered into a binding agreement with Hardey Resources Pty Ltd to purchase 100 per cent of the company, which comprises five gold and base metal projects located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia - being the Bellary, Hamersley, Cheela and Elsie North Projects - covering 512km2 of Fortescue Group Rocks. In addition, the Grace Project located in Paterson Province in Western Australia has been acquired.
The current construction market is tough, so play the long game.
Australia’s largest online construction marketplace and construction technology leader partner to improve access to equipment telematics information.
We’re proud to announce that PlantMiner is teaming up with Bravehearts to support their mission to make Australia the safest place in the world to raise a child.