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To save our economy, construction sites must remain open as an essential service

Employing over one million Australians and generating billions of dollars the industry is critical to the functioning of the economy

2020-05-21T19:17:22+10:00March 30th, 2020|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off on To save our economy, construction sites must remain open as an essential service

AUSTRALIAN CONSTRUCTION MARKET CONDITIONS | OCTOBER 2019

WT has launched its Construction Market Conditions, October 2019 report summarising trends in the construction industry for each state and forecasting tender price escalations.

2020-05-21T19:17:23+10:00October 16th, 2019|Insights, Market Report|Comments Off on AUSTRALIAN CONSTRUCTION MARKET CONDITIONS | OCTOBER 2019

AUSTRALIAN CONSTRUCTION MARKET CONDITIONS | AUGUST 2018

WT Partnership (WT) has launched its Construction Market Conditions, August 2018 report summarising trends in the construction industry for each state and forecasting tender price escalations.

2020-05-21T19:17:24+10:00September 11th, 2018|Insights, Market Report|Comments Off on AUSTRALIAN CONSTRUCTION MARKET CONDITIONS | AUGUST 2018

Are we getting risk wrong in public-private partnerships?

Australia is forecast to experience exceptional growth, with the population of our major cities set to double in just 50 years. However, a liveability crisis looms if we do not start acting now to future proof our major cities writes our Managing Director Nick Deeks in the latest issue of Business First Magazine.

2020-05-21T19:17:24+10:00July 11th, 2018|Insights|Comments Off on Are we getting risk wrong in public-private partnerships?

Electric cars are here to stay…

Electric cars are here to stay... WT’s Associate Director, David Quincey discusses the lack of facilities and planning for both electric cars and charging stations across the infrastructure industry. Read on to discover how this will impact our future…

2020-05-21T19:17:24+10:00May 28th, 2018|Insights|Comments Off on Electric cars are here to stay…

How to Future Proof a City

Australia is forecast to experience exceptional growth, with the population of our major cities set to double in just 50 years. However, a liveability crisis looms if we do not start acting now to future proof our major cities writes our Managing Director Nick Deeks in the latest issue of Business First Magazine.

2020-05-21T19:17:25+10:00April 16th, 2018|Insights|Comments Off on How to Future Proof a City