The Victorian Government will upgrade safety at twenty precincts across regional Victoria thanks to a new program that works with councils and communities to improve high-risk local roads.
“The number of loans to owner occupiers for established homes fell by 9.1 per cent during May 2020 to the lowest monthly level on record,” commented HIA Chief Economist, Tim Reardon.
The NSW Government is seeking feedback from the construction industry over a proposed security of payment regulation which will deliver a more secure system of contractor payments across the sector.
Revolutionary ‘green’ types of bricks and construction materials could be made from recycled PVC, waste plant fibres or sand with the help of a remarkable new kind of rubber polymer.
For those who live on the land, it’s the simple questions that matter most: How likely is rain next month? How much water has been stored?
Half of the projects in a $30 million betterment program have been completed improving flood immunity and resilience on key Queensland road links that were impacted by the 2019 North and Far North Queensland monsoon trough.
Steve Walters from Walters Fencing is covering various aspects of fencing and providing handy tips from the experts along the way in a new video series.
The decision by Bunnings to stop selling Australian timber sourced from VicForests is disappointing and wrong.
The Australian Industry Group/Housing Industry Association Australian Performance of Construction Index (Australian PCI®) rose by 10.6 points to 35.5 in June (2020), indicating that business conditions remained negative across the construction industry but the pace of contraction eased from the record lows experienced since March (2020) (readings below 50 indicate contraction in activity, with lower […]
Over 6258 Home Improvement Scheme Vouchers (HIS) have hit the construction sector equating to over $50 million in the value of approved works.