News bulletin 17:
News bulletin 17: 1 May 2017


Boral has unveiled two new fixed concrete plants in Granville and Kirrawee, NSW, increasing capacity in its Sydney network to service the city’s burgeoning demand for residential, commercial, roads and infrastructure construction. You can read about this and more on concrete in Boral News April 2017.

Beca has moved back into Christchurch’s CBD after a six year hiatus in temporary offices following the Canterbury earthquakes. Beca’s team of 320 will be based in the new ANZ Centre in which the company played a significant role in its construction and fit-out.

British engineers have concluded laser scanning is a viable structural safety technique to detect the damaging effects of fire on concrete, according to Engineers Australia.

Concrete 2017 early bird registration is available until 26 June. Make sure you register for this event in Adelaide in October that promises to be a great learning and social experience for all those in the concrete industry. Check out the conference program and keynote speakers today!


Image: Boral’s Granville concrete plant.