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Engineered Solutions: Sydney Airport Optimizes Multidiscipline Collaboration with Infrastructure Facilities Management System

April 2, 2017 - in Articles, Feature

Occupying 2,239 acres with more than 400 buildings, three terminals, three runways and associated taxiways, Sydney Airport is one of Australia’s most-important pieces of infrastructure, generating economic activity equivalent to 6.4 percent for New South…

A New Pillar of Sustainability Opens in Sydney

A new look for the Sydney skyline, 200 George Street, opened on Wednesday 22 June. The tower features Australia’s first closed-cavity façade, and its…

Sydney Water Looks to Privatize Wastewater Treatment

August 4, 2014 - in Water

Water Minister Kevin Humphries has consistently rejected claims the government wants to privatise the state-owned Sydney Water, including wastewater plants,…

A Greater Sydney Commission to Manage the City’s Growth and Development

June 6, 2014 - in Uncategorized

NSW Premier Mike Baird and Planning Minister Pru Goward have announced plans to establish a Greater Sydney Commission to modernise the delivery of NSW’s major infrastructure and urban planning priorities. To be based in Western Sydney, the agency could be…

Melbourne Exhibit Maps the City

November 9, 2013 - in Modeling, Projects

Given that the earliest maps – painted onto the walls of a French cave 18,500 years ago – are believed to depict the heavens rather than the earth, it's reasonable that the contemporary mapping to be found in a new exhibition at the National Gallery of…