In the last decade or so, sustainability and environmental impacts have gained significant relevance in the structural design and construction fields.
It’s easy to get excited about steel. It’s one of the most useful, versatile and dynamic materials, which can transform into products that truly matter to all of us – houses, buildings, sports stadiums, BBQs, automotive and so much more.
Between a quarter and a half of all greenhouse emissions result from the use of buildings. As such, the aim of the Sustainable Buildings Research Centre (SBRC) is to research, collaborate, and link with industry to meet the challenge of improving the performance of new and existing building stock.
In the grip of the global COVID-19 pandemic, construction company Manteena and prefabrication specialists Austruss delivered a world class COVID-19 surge centre in just 36 days.
A modular bridge construction methodology, the InQuik Bridge System was invented and developed by Bruce Mullaney, Logan Mullaney and Jim Howell in 2015.