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Construction | Engineering
  • July 4 2019 Formula 1 Group try to transform fan experience and attract new demographic

    Dynamic Business spoke to Rob Smedley from Formula 1 Group about how they are using AWS to deliver a digital transformation, deliver new metrics and change the way fans and teams experience racing. Formula 1 Group is taking current infrastructures to AWS data centres to use their tech more effectively. “Moving data centres to a cloud Read More…

  • May 30 2019 The new Federal Budget: Promised policies for tradies

    The Coalition’s federal election win prompts us to reflect on their FY20 Federal Budget promises that piqued our interest. With Australian households spending over $73 billion each year on tradespeople and 250,000 trade businesses operating around the country, the sector represents an important economic contributor that deserves nurturing for continued prosperity and growth. So if Read More…

  • February 13 2018 4 things to think about if you want to be a project manager

    Whether you are training to become a project manager, thinking about it, or are already one, there are certain skills and values that you should have to be the best project manager you can be. Completing a masters in project management from Brandeis University can help you build on some of these skills and ideas, Read More…

  • February 9 2018 Ways to improve your SME

    Trying to improve your business is hard and competitive business. As a small business, you don’t have the money or means to compete with the big brands – or so you thought – but in today’s digital age, there’s a way for every business, big or small, to make their mark and acquire a number Read More…

  • January 8 2018 4 most important types of insurance for carpenters

    If you’re a carpenter, you probably work for yourself. If you’re like most carpenters, you do much of your work onsite for a builder. As well as this, you may do small projects for individual customers on the side. Since you work for yourself, you own and are responsible for the most important assets you Read More…

  • August 23 2017 Exposed to the elements: protecting your body when working outdoors

    “There’s no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing.” So goes the saying. Most indoor workers gaze wistfully out of the window on fine days but are happy to stay at their desks when the rain teems down. Outdoor workers have to make the best of all weathers, and suitable clothing (and other equipment) Read More…

  • December 20 2016 4 most common workplace injuries

    Some industries, like construction and mining, have higher injury rates than others. However, even working in an office doesn’t guarantee an accident-free career. Here is some advice on how to avoid the most common workplace injuries: Back Pain and Body Strains Staying in one position for hours at a time, incorrectly carrying heavy loads, or Read More…

  • December 14 2016 Buy, rent, maintain and repair: farm equipment essentials to save you money and time

    To run a successful farm, you have to find ways to cut costs while still maintaining the quality of your equipment. This can be a tough challenge for many farmers, especially those who run smaller farms without a lot of cash at hand. The good news is that there are several ways you can find Read More…

  • December 2 2016 Not your average developer: The family legacy that saw Johnson Tran build a $50m portfolio

    With a portfolio worth $50 million, property developer Johnson Tran is the textbook definition of success… but the 29-year-old Melburnian’s tale is anything but ordinary. Unlike many of his peers, Tran didn’t benefit from an affluent upbringing; rather, he is the son of immigrants who fled communist Vietnam on a boat and arrived in Australia Read More…

  • August 3 2016 Maintenance musts: Keeping your hydraulic system up and running smoothly

    If you don’t want any sort of equipment to break down and leave you high and dry at a critical moment, regular maintenance is one of the key ways to ensure everything carries on running smoothly. As most hydraulic engineers would readily confirm, maintaining hydraulic equipment is particularly important, so here is a look at Read More…

  • August 3 2016 Your project on time and on budget: Top tips for finding a metal fabrication company

    If you are looking for a metal fabrication company for your project, finding the right company can be a challenge. Narrowing down the options is not always easy, and there are a few things that you should consider to make the right decision. The quality of metal fabrication varies from company to company, and you Read More…

  • July 5 2016 Securing a place in the building industry’s toolkit

    Take a look across the skyline of any Australian capital city and you’ll see the hallmarks of a healthy building and construction industry. Hundreds of tower cranes busily feeding materials to teams of contractors working together to bring the architects’ futuristic multi-story tower designs to life with extreme precision. These complex multi-billion dollar projects, run Read More…

  • May 24 2016 The pros and cons of running a rental business

    Thinking about starting up a rental business? Running a business that rents equipment rather than selling it has definite advantages. One of the more appealing aspects of renting out equipment is the potential for financial gain. But like most things, along with the positives comes some less desirable factors to consider before deciding to rent Read More…

  • April 21 2016 Indonesia’s investment climate heats up while Chinese profits cool growth

    An increasingly favourable Indonesian investment climate offers growth opportunities for Australian exporters, according to new analysis from Efic.  Jokowi’s reform drive buoys Indonesia’s investment climate  Indonesia’s investment climate has benefited from 11 wide-ranging reform packages introduced by the government since September 2015. “This renewed reformist zeal has boosted market sentiment and will aid new efforts Read More…

  • April 18 2016 Square Reader: The innovative tool making it simpler for businesses to accept card payments

    With a reputation for being the most smallest, most mobile and most affordable way for small business owners to accept credit cards, Square Reader is now available across Australia. Launched in March, Square Reader has been adopted by small and micro business owners who are using the innovative new business tool to accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express Read More…