Underwater Construction Projects

Today’s architects and construction crews are taking their cues from the pages of science fiction. A number of new and exciting projects are taking place beneath the waterline to push the limits of what we once thought possible. From small, scientific endeavours to extraordinary underwater luxury resorts, fantasy has become reality. Jules Verne would be impressed.

Underwater Construction Projects

Building Smarter Cities

With each new technological advancement in the construction industry comes an increased pressure for developers to build toward a “smart” design. Whether this means a complete grid-integrated solution for an entire community or even city, or merely a conscientious approach to building management and design, electric grid-powered cars, intuitive lighting systems and interactive desire-driven home interfaces are quickly becoming the norm…

Building Smarter Cities

A. Gabrielli Constructions

Across Australia, countless business recommendations are based on word of mouth from satisfied customers, and the construction industry is no exception. With a rich history spanning over half a century, Townsville-based construction company A. Gabrielli Constructions Pty Ltd (AGC) continues to proudly serve a diverse range of government and private clients through its many commercial and industrial construction projects in North Queensland and surrounding areas.

A. Gabrielli Constructions

A1 Highways

Safety barriers, including steel, wire rope and concrete, are the staple business of A1 Highways. In addition, this company deals with a wide variety of concrete channels, slip forming and curbing, sound barriers and signage.

A1 Highways

Browns Piling

A commitment to quality and performance, together with investment in experienced and skilled personnel, are what puts Browns Piling at the top of the construction industry for projects both large and small.

Browns Piling

CHS Group

The Wimmera area of western Victoria is internationally renowned for its national parks, spectacular wilderness, historic wineries and country hospitality. But, it is also a living breathing place with a flourishing local economy.

CHS Group

Dux Hot Water

With Australians’ growing participation in the international green shift, consumers are paying more and more attention to how they might make their homes more energy efficient. Dux Hot Water has been on the leading edge of hot water systems, developing innovative means for reducing energy costs, and in turn, saving its customers money.

Dux Hot Water

Lanark

Lanark Australia supplies the market with a wide range of quality spa baths, spa pools, and shower screens. The company’s head office is located in Hallam, Victoria, but the business also boasts state of the art manufacturing facilities in Sydney.

Lanark

Manteena

Over its 30-year history, Manteena has always been a customer focused company. It has been working on various initiatives in the Canberra area including commercial new builds and fitouts, educational, and major cultural institution projects, for both the private and public sectors. Over the last three decades, the company has cultivated a reputation for its ability to establish solid collaborative partnerships and safely complete quality work on time and on budget.

Manteena

Mark Bain Constructions

Often, within the profile of a construction company, there may be two or three houses here and then a few more over there – but on the Sunshine coast and Gladstone there are different things happening, and the company that is in charge is Mark Bain Constructions. Since 2008, the company has built over four hundred homes in these areas, essentially constructing entire neighbourhoods…

Mark Bain Constructions

The Golden Years

In many nations around the world, life expectancy is dramatically on the rise, and Australia is no exception. Depending on gender, where one resides and other considerations, Australian boys born in 2013 to 2015 are expected to live to 80.4 years, while girls born during the same time have an expected lifespan of 84.5 years, according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Compared to the time period between 1881 and 1890, both boys and girls born today can expect to live much, much longer than their ancestors, approximately 33 and 34 years longer…

April 29, 2017, 1:28 PM AEST