MODERN METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION – Amy Marks speaking tour of Australia and NZ drew a lot of interest

Amy Marks made a compelling case for clients to rethink how they buy their construction projects in future. Marks is the President of ... CLICK HERE FOR PUBLISHED ARTICLE

A constructor’s look back at the BER Implementation Review

It’s nearly 4 years since the BER Implementation Review Taskforce reported to the Federal government on school complaints, value for money and related matters. The Taskforce’s three reports were received with mixed reaction. Recently I have been asked for copies of the final report and about what happened to the one time data set collected by the Taskforce to provide a unique insight into construction delivery methods and performances for

Submission to the inquiry: The scale and incidence of insolvency in the Australian construction industry

Government inquiry into The scale and incidence of insolvency in the Australian construction industry Click link below to view submission by David Chandler and others ... VIEW SUBMISSION

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Growing and attracting new capital for tomorrow’s construction enterprises

This is the last of a four part series of conversations for budding constructors. Construction enterprises once through the start-up phase will immediately be confronted with the challenge of maintaining their early momentum and growing ... Where to from 2015? This series of conversations will be developed each year with an increasing focus on career entry and business development opportunities emerging in Australia, from around New Zealand and the Asia

Be a Construction Game Changer – starting a construction enterprise

This is the third of a four part series of conversations for budding constructors. There are many differing types of construction organisations. It’s how they contribute that matters. For example new constructors may have careers in either the for-profit or not-for-profit sectors. Economic construction entrepreneurs will be just as important as social entrepreneurs. In the end their business models are very similar. Both have common technical, risk management, cost, scheduling

Welcome Constructor Class of 2015 – getting the best navigation skills is key

This is the second of a four part series of conversations for budding constructors. From the ranks of the Constructor’s Class of 2015 we should expect a modern day Sir Albert Jennings or a Sir John Holland to emerge. Others like Baulderstone, Barclay, Edwards, Dusseldorp, Clough and Hutchinson offer similar inspiration to new constructors. In their day these leaders stumped up with deep construction and engineering knowledge to found organisations