On Friday 21 September 2018, the building industry will gather in Wagga for its annual nights of nights, to celebrate all that is good in design and construction in residential building at the Housing Industry Association (HIA) Riverina Housing Awards.
The WA Government is providing a shot in the arm for Albany’s building sector, with tenders to be released for the $16 million Stage 2 Affordable Student Accommodation Project in September 2018.
Strikes in the construction sector accounted for more than half the working days lost in the entire economy in the June 2018 quarter according to data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
The pace of growth across the construction industry was relatively unchanged in August 2018, despite a continued decline in apartment building activity, with the Australian Industry Group/Housing Industry Association Australian Performance of Construction Index (Australian PCI®) falling by 0.2 points to 51.8 – a 19th consecutive month of expansion (readings above 50 indicate expansion in […]
“Stronger new home building, off the back of strong population growth, is continuing to drive the improvement in economic conditions in Australia,” stated Tim Reardon, HIA’s Principal Economist.
The prestigious 2018 HIA Australian GreenSmart Home was presented to ACT building company Prostyle Building Group. The award is the highest accolade presented at the 2018 Housing Industry Association (HIA) Lawn Solutions Australian GreenSmart Awards.
The Victorian Government is ensuring Victoria has the sand, stone and gravel it needs build to build our homes, roads, rail lines, schools and hospitals.
Australia’s Building Ministers have agreed to develop an implementation plan for reforms aimed at ensuring the safety of the building and construction sector.
Property developer Riverlee has received development approval for its $450 million redevelopment of the Northbank Goods Shed and surrounding land, that is set to revitalise the disused industrial waterfront site with a new substantial and culturally energetic mixed- use precinct.
The Victorian Government is making it quicker and easier to build new homes and create jobs with $5.7 million in grants and planning support for local governments across Victoria.