What construction jobs will look like when robots can build things
What construction jobs will look like when robots can build things

By 2034/35, almost 20% of Australians (6.2 million) are projected to be aged 65 or over. One sector already feeling the impact of the ageing population is construction. In Queensland, the number of construction workers aged 55 and over increased from 8% of full-time workers in 1992 to 14.2% in 2014.

By George Quezada 14 hours ago

Athi Myoli
#WomensMonth: Women significantly under-represented in construction

Athi Myoli is the director of the Women in Construction Awards, an event that recognises excellence within the African construction, cement and concrete industry. We interviewed Myoli to find out more about the annual awards, what some of the issues are that women face in the construction sector, and what her message for Women's Month is.

By Sindy Peters 1 day ago

Retail property still being built at a brisk pace
Retail property still being built at a brisk pace

June Retail Building Statistics complete the second quarter building picture, and pointed to a still-brisk pace of retail space building activity for the second quarter as a whole.

By John Loos 19 Aug 2016

Residential unit completions growth is weak
Residential unit completions growth is weak

For the month of June, square metres' worth of residential buildings completed rose by 12.4% year-on-year. This represents a strengthening from the prior months' slower growth of +2.7%.

By John Loos 19 Aug 2016

Dion Chang
Q&A with Dion Chang on SA innovation, design

Trends guru Dion Chang is one of the guest speakers at the fifth edition of Autodesk's University Extension (AUx), an event for design, architectural and engineering professionals.

17 Aug 2016