Sustainable Shopping Centre to Open in Melbourne

The Burwood Brickworks site in Melbourne’s east will soon transform into the World’s Most Sustainable Shopping Centre, thanks to Frasers Property Australia. The corporation has announced plans to renovate the site East of Melbourne into a sustainable, green and eco-friendly shopping mall with a Rooftop Farm. Joost Bakker, a florist, an eco pioneer and also […]

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Delays Predicted for Sydney Light Rail

A $2.1 billion light rail line will be established from the CBD to Randwick and Kensington to provide transportation alternatives for passengers. However, a confidential report prepared by Transport for NSW predicts that commuters will likely spend nine minutes on the tram at red lights along the journey. Delays would most likely occur in the […]

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Sydney Fire Was Set Off by A Blowtorch

A fire was set off in Sydney’s CBD by a worker’s blowtorch at a construction site. Due to gas bottle explosions, many people were forced to evacuate. At 8.45am, the fire burned through a 10-storey building on a demolition site. Although the Fire & Rescue NSW put out the fire before noon, the accident took […]

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Fujitsu General Builds New Sydney HQ

Construction has officially started for Fujitsu General Australia’s new HQ, which will be located in Eastern Creek in Sydney’s west. The new HQ will abide by a 5-star Green Star energy standard, and will boost growth in neighboring businesses and create new job opportunities. The building will take up 11,093 sqm. It will not only […]

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Transport Spending Surpasses Mining in Australia

According to the Deloitte Access Economics Investment Monitor, engineering and commercial construction activity increased by 12% in 2017. “The improvement is partly due to the fact that the overhang of engineering work that commenced construction during the mining boom has finally passed,” Deloitte’s Stephen Smith explained. “But it also reflects a greater willingness from businesses […]

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Major Delays Strike Sydney’s Rail

Sydney’s rail network is having a tough time in face of sparse services. Many angry passengers have waited on the platforms at Central Station only to find that trains are already packed with people upon arrival. In response to the issue, Sydney Trains posted the following on Twitter. “Use local bus routes where possible, and […]

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New Wave Pool at Sydney Olympic Park

We will soon be witnessing a huge migration from the busy beaches of Sydney to the brand new wave pool situated 25km from Sydney Olympic Park’s coast. According to NSW Sports Minister Stuart Ayres, the new $24 million wave pool – which will be built over the current P5 car park in close proximity to […]

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The Future of NSW’s Classrooms

The NSW Government is now mapping out a large scale redesign of future classrooms by calling for submissions for prefabricated designs to replace old style “demountables” which can also serve as durable long-term structures. Education Minister Rob Stokes urged the building and construction industry to develop classrooms that don’t take long to build, but are […]

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Construction of Western Sydney Stadium

Sports spectators and enthusiasts will soon be able to look into the players’ warm up area at the Western Sydney Stadium. New details have been announced for Western Sydney Stadium. One of the most exciting features is an area which allows approximately 150 fans to peer directly into the players’ warm up section. The area, […]

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House shortage in Sydney and Melbourne

Housing markets in Sydney and Melbourne remain “fundamentally” undersupplied and little impact has seen on the new policies targeting at foreign buyers, says developer Mirvac. Mirvac has witnessed continued growth driven by the “high quality pipeline”. Ms Lloyd-Hurwitz, Group Chief Executive at Mirvac says, “we also expect to benefit from the substantial investment in infrartsucture […]

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