Industry News

Robotics in Construction

How Will New Robotics Change the Construction Industry?

The robots are taking over! Okay not really, but advanced technology is in the beginning stages of making a significant impact on construction projects. This technology is being used in Sydney and all throughout Australia. There has been a disagreement amongst workers and the people of the construction industry. This is all due to the…

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Danger in the Waters

Real Life Account of Working with the Wrong Labour Hire Firm

Recently, we published an article about the ATO cracking down on dodgy labour hire firmsand the negative effects this has for both the companies they’re providing for and the workers alike. Today, we’ve seen the devastating effects this has had first-hand. In a blog article posted on ‘Technology Dribble’ about reasonably well-known company ‘Labour King’,…

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If it's to good to be true

If Your Labour Hire Contract Seems Too Good to Be True, It Is

Working with the best labour hire agencies can help Australian companies in multiple ways. However, if you get caught up in a contract that seems too good to be true, then it probably is. The latest scam in Australia today revolves around payroll processing companies not passing along payroll taxes to the Australian Tax Office.…

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Construction Forecast

What’s in Store for the Global Construction Industry in 2018?

Plenty of statistics and analysis from experts on Wall Street project positive outlooks for the global construction industry in 2018. While these are comforting projections for the United States, are the projections similar for Australia? Construction projects in Sydney have not been as widespread as they have been in past years, but 2018 is expected…

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Skilled Labour Hitre

Skilled Labour Hire Predictions in 2018 & 19

It’s no secret the construction industry in Sydney and throughout Australia has experienced a significant decline in projects over the last few years. However, recent projections indicate a significant amount of growth in both 2018 and 2019. These projections are welcoming news for skilled labour hire, as many more jobs in Australia will be opening…

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Construction Booming Grap

Did the Australian Construction Industry Boom in 2017?

The surging construction industry has created numerous jobs in Australia, all of which help improve the economy. The recent construction boom was expected for a few different reasons, but now there are many questions about whether the work will continue or if a slowdown will occur. Did the Australian Construction Industry Boom in 2017? At the…

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Digital Realty Data Centre

500 New Construction Jobs Created in Western Sydney

Digital Realty, the world’s largest full-scale data centre has begun work on their immense 16,360 sq m (170,000 sq ft)new data centre, in Western Sydney. Expected to take up to 12 months, and creating 500 new construction jobs in Western Sydney, the “SYDS11” facility will be connected to the company’s existing SYD10 Erskine Park site…

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Construction in Oz

Where to Find Construction Jobs in Australia

Construction projects in Australia have generally been on the rise in 2017, creating the need for construction labour hire in Sydney. Anywhere you look across the country, there are commercial and residential construction projects taking place. However, if you’re looking for construction jobs in Australia, you may be wondering which states are the best markets…

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High Density Construction

Is High Density Construction Losing Its Edge in Sydney?

The construction of high-density density dwellings in Sydney is expected to see a massive decline over the next year. In fact, by 2018, there’s expected to be roughly 50% fewer construction projects for high density dwellings when compared to 2015 and 2016. While recruitment agencies in Sydney were struggling to keep up with the demand…

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Sydney's the Greenland Centre

Sydney's New Tallest Building – Our Most Impressive?

Upon completion, no residential building in Sydney will be taller than Greenland Centre, a $400 million tower currently under construction in the city’s central business district. The project, which recently began its above-ground construction phase, promises to bring housing and creative space to a city center already booming thanks to an upswing in investment, development,…

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