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Seeley International is celebrating its golden jubilee in 2022 marking 50 years of world-leading climate control solutions.

The Victorian government is boosting the number of women working in solar, making the state’s rapidly growing renewables sector more diverse and helping meet skilled worker demand.

Engineers Australia has launched stage one of its much-anticipated micro-credentials as part of its efforts to combat Australia’s engineering skills shortage.

Daikin Applied Americas has taken a majority stake in CM3 Building Solutions Inc., which provides building automation, energy services, security, fire protection and HVAC support.

AIRAH and the International Building Performance Simulation Association (IBPSA) Australasia are hosting a joint Building Simulation Conference in Brisbane from 20-21 July, 2022.

The Construction Industry Culture Taskforce (CICT) has welcomed a $20.2 million commitment from the New South Wales government to triple the number of women working in the construction industry.

Melbourne-based company Fortex has inked an exclusive partnership with COBOD International to bring BOD2 3D construction printing technology to Australian shores.

Five years on from the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy and the Strata Community Association (SCA) says there is still more work to do when it comes to the removal of combustible cladding in Australia.

The latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) shows that the number of new homes receiving building approvals is down 32.4 per cent from the same time last year.

Australia’s engineering and construction industries are lagging behind the rest of the world when it comes to digital technology uptake, according to new University of NSW research paper.

The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) and the Worldwide Cleaning Industry Association (ISSA) this week launched the Healthy Workplaces Coalition.

Johnson Controls has appointed Rodney Clark as vice president and chief commercial officer from 1 June, 2022.

Romilly Madew has replaced Dr Bronwyn Evans as CEO at Engineers Australia from 1 August, 2022.

The Victorian government is delivering 300 new building and construction sector apprenticeships and traineeships across Victoria by mid-2023.

In an industry first, Engineers Australia has introduced a new Construction Engineering Area of Practice (AoP).

The average cost per watt for solar power systems dropped in most Australian states in March, according to the latest SolarQuotes Solar Price Index.