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Navigating our way through the ‘next normal’ and beyond to a sustainable future, requires innovative responses to complex challenges.
Specifically to the impacts of population growth, increased urbanisation, emerging mobility, climate change, digital disruption and finite natural resources.
Concrete embodied emissions are a governing factor for sustainability in construction, with concrete production responsible for at least 5% of the 23% of global emissions produced by the industry.
Around the world a disaster related to a weather, climate or water hazard has occurred on average every day during the past 50 years, killing up to 115 people daily and causing up to $277.7 million in daily losses.
The fallout from COVID-19, a once-in-a-generation global health crisis, has silver linings which will become more apparent as lives assume greater normalcy.
In 2032, when the Olympic and Paralympic Games are deployed in Brisbane, Queensland (QLD) it will be the 32nd modern Games, since Athens in 1896. The Games have only been held in seven countries more than once and soon Australia will sit alongside the United Kingdom and France, having hosted three Games.
Science indicates this decade will determine the long lasting impacts of climate change on our planet.
BG&E’s Rail Lead, Ben Keith shares his views on the vast opportunities to provide rail infrastructure and alignment design services. Our capabilities include mainline alignment, bridges, stations, terminals, yards, provisioning facilities, loading/unloading facilities and maintenance facilities.
With a fever-pitch level of awareness about the structural integrity and resilience of buildings and infrastructure, as well as ensuring new builds are developed in accordance with best practice standards, BG&E shines the light on the importance of sophisticated design for durability, quality remediation and quality management in construction.
The engineers of tomorrow will be not only defined by their engineering expertise, but also by their willingness to innovate, to use multiple approaches and to leverage the extensive data at their disposal.
BG&E’s talks to Romill Madew, Chief Executive Officer of Infrastructure Australia about the 2021 Australia Infrastructure Plan, prioritising projects and how reform in this space will help to connect communities
BG&E investigates how vertical urbanism is a critical part of our future worldwide. Vince Betro, Buildings Lead from BG&E in Sydney shares the benefits and opportunities about building tall.