Category Civil construction
With the recently released state budget for 2018, the Western Australian Construction industry has welcome the budget changes with caution, following pledges to maximise jobs, whilst warning of a potential 500 billion dollar shortfall in transport infrastructure spending. The CCF (Civil Contractors Federation0 Western Australian CFO, Jeff Miller stated recently that the governments 18/19
Despite the Western Australian government’s ambitious goal to divert 75 per cent of construction and demolition waste away from landfills by 2020, the growing mountains of construction and demolition waste around the state is proving problematic. In September last year, the landfill levy rate was increased to $90 a cubic metre, up from $12
Here at BWC Civil, safety on all of our work sites is of the utmost importance. This is something that is made abundantly clear when we learn about some of the accidents that take place on civil construction sites. One such example of this is the excavator accident that was reported by the Civil Contractors
Over the next year, Western Australia’s economy will continue to transition from its resources boom to sustainable growth, as infrastructure investment starts to play an even bigger role in driving the state’s economy.
As a civil and earthmoving company, bulk earthworks make up a big part of our business. So, what exactly are bulk earthworks, and why is this work needed? We answer these questions and more, so you know exactly what to expect when you work with us to complete any earthmoving projects. Bulk Earthworks When we
When we talk about civil construction, a lot of people are familiar with the term but don’t really understand what’s involved. Here at BWC Civil, we live and breathe all things civil construction and engineering, which is why we thought we’d shed some light on this rarely talked about industry. What is Civil Construction? Broadly