News bulletin-36:
News bulletin-36: 11 Sep 2018


The University of South Australia is hosting an exhibition of Japanese domestic architecture which includes the house pictured. Open until 3 October at Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, it showcases 58 Japanese architects across 70 projects.

NSW is leading the nation in infrastructure investment for the second year running followed by Victoria in second place, while WA came in last, according to the Australian Infrastructure Budget Monitor released by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.

New Silver Institute Member Beca has polled infrastructure leaders at the recent New Zealand Building Nations Symposium, which suggests the need for greater detail to be shared with industry about plans to address Auckland’s infrastructure needs and to implement those plans.

With everyone’s eyes still on bridges in the wake of the Ponte Morandi collapse in Genoa, the US city of Boston is planning to build a new Long Island Bridge on top of existing 75-year-old concrete piers. However, a new report by a structural engineer says this is “extremely unrealistic”.

Engineering New Zealand has called for fresh thinking about the country’s seismic and water challenges in a report just released.

Since 1918, Hansen Yuncken has been delivering major commercial and institutional projects across this country. The company is celebrating its century and is renowned for its application of innovative techniques and the development of new construction technologies and project delivery methods. There are a number of job openings at HY including site engineer, site manager, project engineer, contracts administrators.