Calibre and Diona were honoured to win the Category 1 Award at the recent Civil Contractors Federation Earth Awards for their exceptional delivery of the Caniaba Street Sewerage Pumping Station for Lismore City Council.Read More
The promise was threefold: increase housing supply, provide a greater range of housing options, and to offer more affordable housing packages.. three years on, has the package delivered?Read More
I wish I could predict house prices as well as I could predict fights about who pays for Infrastructure
Twelve months ago I thought we would see the emergence of Value Capture from the shadows of infrastructure funding models, based on a “lively” conversation I had with Malcolm and Barnaby when they visited central Queensland in April 2016. Nowadays you can’t pick up a paper without getting a lesson on beneficiary pays versus user pays.Read More
The draft of the South East Queensland Regional Plan predicts an extra 2 million people living in the region within the next 25 years and an additional 900,000 dwellings, now is the ideal time to recalibrate water and waste water standards.Read More
Friendly faces from Calibre’s graduate cohort represented Calibre at the University of Auckland’s Engineering Career Expo, providing an exciting opportunity to reflect on their experiences and career development as they engaged with students ranging from those just starting out in their studies, to those about to graduate.Read More
Imagine being stuck in traffic for 40 minutes every morning during rush hour. But that you could use that time productively? Start work early, or even take a nap? Traffic Engineer, Shirley Kong, discusses the benefits of driverless cars and some of the pragmatic and economic considerations that must be made before this exciting technology can fully be implemented.Read More
Mick Crowe, Managing Director G&S, chaired the recent Resource Industry Network’s (RIN) Safety Conference in Mackay, which involved businesses and leaders from around the area coming together to lift the collective will and capability to provide safe work environments in the region.Read More
Calibre is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $149M contract by MACH Energy as part of a Calibre DRA Joint Venture to design and construct a new coal handling and preparation plant and train load out facility at MACH Energy’s Mount Pleasant Operation.Read More
Calibre is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Craig Allen as Group Chief Financial Officer, effective immediately.Read More
Recent repair works on the Penang Mill Bridge in Rakiraki have withstood flooding after a tropical depression hit Fiji early February. The repair works had been undertaken by Calibre Consulting after tropical cyclone Winston devastated Fiji last year. The bridge is now able to be utilised during sugarcane season.Read More
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