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The Sir John Monash Centre will educate a new audience about Australia’s early role in international affairs, reshape patterns of visitation of the battlefields and in so doing, provide a lasting legacy from the Centenary of ANZAC. Last week the 1,000 square metre cantilevered concrete roof of the Centre was poured. The pour began at 3:00am and took 62 trucks and 10.5 hours to complete.
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The Sydney Morning Herald recently produced an article about the future of Sydney ten years from now.
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When it comes to safety, Equipcon is always looking for ways to reduce potential hazards to customers and operators. They aim to guarantee the safety of all machinery operators, without reducing machinery practicality.
At the 2016 Concrete Pumper's Expo, Neville Barnes will be giving a 'Toolbox Talk.' Some of the topics Nev will be discussing are shown in the article. Further details of Toolbox Talks will be published soon.
Some heavy vehicle operators will start to receive 2016-17 registration renewal notices which show changes to national heavy vehicle charges.
In 2016 the CPAA is opening its doors for members to ‘sponsor’ The Pump Line… Our newsletter has coverage of over 95% of the concrete pumping industry in Australia with open and read though rates that are quadruple the current industry average.
All State Heavy Vehicle Laws are now under one roof thanks to The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR). The NHVR looks after a single rule-book for heavy vehicles over 4.5 tonnes gross vehicle mass, making it easier for concrete pumps and special-purpose vehicles to operate under a new National Class 1 Special Purpose Vehicle Notice.