News bulletin 29:
News bulletin 29: 25 Jul 2017

Probuild has appointed two new State Managing Directors for New South Wales and Queensland. The company is also aiming for a recycling target of 90% to demolition material from Queen’s Wharf Brisbane site. It includes concrete being transported to renewable energy and waste management facilities.

Transport infrastructure construction will underpin broader building and construction activity over the next four years according to Master Builders Australia’s latest Building and Construction Industry Forecast.

Plans for constructing multiple stadiums for the sport of cricket across eight US cities are in the development stage. Global Sports Ventures intends to establish a professional cricket league in the country.

The Concrete Institute has launched a Mentoring Program with the aim is increasing the knowledge and development of Members who may have less experience. But it’s a two-way relationship where Mentors can share and demonstrate their knowledge while having the opportunity to learn from their Mentees.

Did you know eight of the world’s 10 highest bridges are in China? Several of them are in the country’s southwest. This BBC video showcases the Beipanjiang Bridge suspected 565 metres above a mountain range. It took three years to construct and has only been open to traffic for six months.

Image: Demolition material at the Queen's Wharf Brisbane site. Source: Probuild.