News bulletin 09:
News bulletin 09: 12 Mar 2019


 
Gold Member Boral has announced several changes to its executive team, including its building products and major projects executive general manager in WA becoming president and CEO of Boral Australia. This comes on the back of increased revenue supported by its cement, quarry and asphalt businesses.

In April, phase 2 of more stringent financial reporting standards in Queensland is expected to begin for licensees with revenue over $30M through the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (Minimum Financial Requirements) Regulation 2018. Phase 1 began in January.

Western Australia is set to have its own Infrastructure WA (IWA) office with the appointment of a chair-designate to help establish and operate the new office. Expressions of interest will open in coming months to select other board members.

Adelaide Brighton has released its full-year results to December 2018 saying east coast construction markets were strong while SA and NT were flat and WA was down, for the company. Former CEO Martin Brydon, who retires at the end of March, worked with recently appointed CEO Nick Miller on the results.

Access to the 2018 Professional Engineers Employment and Remuneration Report is available via a free summary, which provides overall results from the Association of Professional Engineers' annual survey.
 

Image: Boral is supplying quarry materials and concrete for the manufacture of 54,000 precast segments to line Melbourne Metro Railway project's underground tunnels.