We are pleased to announce that the Concrete Pumping Association of Australia will sponsor a financial benchmark study commencing 1 November. Participation is open, encouraged and free for CPAA members who operate concrete pumping companies. The study will contrast aggregate results representing industry averages to the top, most profitable performers to demonstrate just how the best in the business outperform the rest.
Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a system that can 3D print the basic structure of an entire building.
CPE Machinery are proud to deliver an exciting new concept to Australia incorporating the latest advances in shotcrete technology.
Peter Dunphy, Executive Director SafeWork NSW recent wrote to the Concrete Pumping Association of Australia (CPAA) to inform our members about changes to the Work Health and Safety Regulation 2017 to create an online register that will enable employers and consumers to verify all SafeWork NSW high-risk work licence holders, asbestos and demolition licence holders, and general construction induction training card holders.
Be it cost effective pipe thickness testing or more complicated inspections, failure analysis and engineering assessment, ALS’ Integrity and Reliability team have you covered, nationally.
The search is on for the cover of the 2017 Concrete Pumper's Annual Magazine! To spice things up we are running a competition for all 2017 Members! Submit up to 5 images to be in the running to be on the cover of this year's Magazine.
Jonny Win and his team at Win Engineering have been members of the CPAA for 8 years. They continuously support Association projects and publications including the 2016 Expo and Silver Premium Sponsorship in the 2017 Concrete Pumper's Annual Magazine.
The NSW government will spend about $400 million over the next four years to upgrade the Princes Highway between Berry and Bomaderry.
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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.