News bulletin 25:
News bulletin 25: 2 Jul 2019

The NSW Government has released a discussion paper on progressing reforms to the building and construction sector.

A concrete rail bridge over Pound Street in Grafton has been demolished (pictured) and a new rail bridge installed within 72 hours.

Australia can reduce risks and costs of building massive infrastructure projects if it encourages contractors to be more innovative, according to Snowy 2.0 builder Salini Impreglio.

Concrete Institute Silver Member Beca has been awarded the building services and fire engineering contract for the new Dunedin Hospital – New Zealand's single biggest hospital build - that will be constructed in two stages over 10 years.
An iconic brutalist building close to Sydney Harbour Bridge has been sold for redevelopment under a proposal for refurbishment, according to NSW Housing Minister Melinda Pavey.
The remains of Italy's Morandi Bridge in Genoa that collapsed last year have been demolished after explosives were attached to the main structural points.
Image: A still from NSW Roads' video of Grafton Bridge replacement.