“Our purpose is to facilitate and bring together the built environment community within the greater Brisbane region, to share and exchange thoughts and knowledge in respect to technology innovation across the industry.” By Phil Shanks ACMA Secretary http://brisbim.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:groupPost:4804268-6548728166507208704/ I’m finally finding my feet as sponsorship manager on the committee of BrisBIM, It’s taken […]
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In the interests of improved design and construction practice, we encourage you to have a look at the work being done by CROSS-AUS, a scheme set up to capture and share lessons learned from structural safety issues. The scheme is linked to Structural Safety in the UK who have operated in this space since 2005. […]
It is with great sadness we advise that former Australian Steel Institute Chief Executive Tony Dixon passed away on Friday 5 July. Tony joined the ASI as Chief Executive in 2015 after more than 25 years in executive roles in the Australian and International steel and mining industries. Tony’s great strength over the past 4 years […]
The new ASI Steel Innovation Portal went live late last year at https://innovate.steel.org.au/. The portal is designed to positively connect industry with Australian research institutions by displaying the world-class steel-related research that is currently underway. The ASI has more than 20 universities registered on the portal, with the process of loading up projects and researcher […]
If you have not yet visited their new ASI website, we suggest you do so. There is a wealth of up-to-date information on structural steel and we especially recommend the Focus areas section that includes many new or updated areas such as Innovation, Quality and compliance, Steel and fire and Steel and design. A fabulous […]
The Winter edition of the Steel Australia magazine included an article introducing the ACMA to the wider steel construction industry. We’d like to thank the ASI for their continued support in raising the profile of Construction Modellers and Steel Detailers around the Nation. See articles below: Steel Australia – Winter 2019 – ACMA Steel Australia […]
As the launch of Project Bank Accounts (PBA’s)to the wider construction market starts to sink in, the Queensland construction industry is being forced to address the complexities and gear up for the new environment. The Queensland government states that these legal changes have been introduced to “safeguard progress payments, protect retention monies and allow for more timely […]
The 2019 Australian Steel Convention provides an excellent opportunity for Construction Modellers and Steel Detailers from around Australia to gather and discuss the issues affecting our industry. The Australian Construction Modellers Association (ACMA) in conjunction with the ASI is holding a forum style event at the convention to facilitate these discussions. ACMA National Forum […]
The AISD has restructured its organisation so that there is now only one, national governing body. Previously, the AISD consisted of 5 separate entities with a common name, each registered in their home state. The two most significant factors driving this change were; the difficulty state-based bodies were having finding members willing to volunteer for […]
This last weekend saw a group of DBM/PDC work colleagues descend on Western Australia’s Great Southern region for their annual hiking trip in the Stirling Ranges The Stirling Ranges boasts some of the best hiking trails in WA and walks that cater for all capabilities from easy walking grade hillside trails, to 2 to 3 […]