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  • An architect duo at the forefront of a architect-designed social housing movement and community focused projects, an entertainer with a knack for comedy and design, and a sustainability research centre fueling innovation for a greener future were but some of the highlights of those that were recently honoured at this years 2019 2019 National Prizes at the National Architecture Conference in Melbourne.

  • $200m Funding Announced For Sydney Infrastructure & Urben Renewal Projects

    The City of Sydney has recently announced that over the next financial year they will spend in the region of $200m on major infrastructure projects. The main beneficiaries will be projects set in the Green Square neighbourhood along with improvements to the environmental performance of the city as a whole and the Light Rail.

  • The construction market in NSW has been growing significantly over the last couple of years.  Many commentators are now somewhat uncertain about the future of the industry, in particular, the residential market. Will the growth continue? Factoring in potential unstable political situations and amendments to lending, industry leaders are concerned about how all would be impacted

  • Infrastructure upgrades in Lyndhurst, Cranbourne West and Lynbrook, worth $1 billion, aim to lower the traffic congestion in Melbourne's south-east region. Minister for Transport Infrastructure, Jacinta Allan aims for the road bridge to be completed in 2020. 

     

     

  • With the hopes of improving the regional freight infrastructure and efficiency, in line with the  Fixing Country Roads and Rail program, the NSW Government has invested $135 million in 33 projects across the region. 

  • The world's first 3D-printed concrete houses are beginning to be built and are expected to be ready for occupation in 2019.

  • The latest Trades Report by the Housing Industry Association shows that 9 out of 13 trades in the industry are in moderate undersupply.