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Autodesk Podcast

Explore the Future of the Built Environment with Autodesk’s New Podcast Channel

Do you work in the architecture, engineering, or construction industry? Then this new iTunes podcast channel is for you. The Autodesk AEC podcast channel will capture thoughts from Autodesk executives, customers, partners, industry experts, students and even media on trends [...]

July 2, 2015 Industry
AECOM and Consult Australia Value Capture Road Map report

Report Highlights Importance of Value Capture in Infrastructure Funding Tools

Consult Australia and AECOM have released a report examining the potential use of value capture to contribute to smart infrastructure decision-making and investment throughout Australia and internationally. In this post (originally published on LinkedIn), Alexia Lidas, State Manager of Consult [...]

June 24, 2015 Industry
Waikato Expressway

New Zealand Approves $1 Billion for Waikato Expressway Construction

The New Zealand (NZ) Transport Agency board has approved NZD$1.08bn to fund construction of the Hamilton and Longswamp sections of the Waikato Expressway. The NZ Transport Agency Waikato and Bay of Plenty regional director Harry Wilson said the approval meant [...]

March 16, 2015 Industry
A2K HP Event

Melbourne Event – Technologies for Intelligent Design in Urban Renewal and Revitalisation

Join A2K Technologies, Hewlett Packard and Autodesk on 24 March, 2015 at this free event, where you’ll see the latest intelligent design solutions for urban renewal. Learn practical ways to create better designs for infrastructure, urban planning and rail, from [...]

March 12, 2015 A2K News, Events
Melbourne parks

Small Initiatives Key to Cost-Effective Green Cities

Small scale initiatives and better urban design, with more medium density housing close to amenities and public transport, are critical for Australian cities to become cost-effectively more sustainable, according to two leaders in urban sustainability. As Melbourne gears up to [...]

March 6, 2015 Industry
NSW Infrastructure

Update to the 20-year NSW State Infrastructure Strategy

Infrastructure NSW has made 30 investment recommendations to Government on the next round of critical infrastructure for NSW—set out in the ‘State Infrastructure Strategy Update 2014’. The recommendations are for infrastructure projects and programs valued at $18.9 billion—priorities that will [...]

February 24, 2015 Industry
WA Major Projects Conference 2015

Securing WA’s Economic Future – 6th Annual WA Major Projects Conference 2015

A2K Technologies is the proud Official Associate Sponsor of the 6th Annual WA Major Projects Conference 2015, WA’s premier infrastructure event. This year’s conference, focused on “Securing the State’s economic future”, continues to be WA’s premier infrastructure event and will [...]

February 17, 2015 Events
VIC Major Projects Conference 2015

Focusing on Major Urban Renewal – 6th Annual Victorian Major Projects Conference 2015

A2K Technologies is the proud Cocktail Reception Sponsor of the 6th Annual Victorian Major Projects Conference 2015, to be held on the 14-15 April 2015 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. This year’s conference, with a focus on major [...]

February 17, 2015 Events

Legal Implications of BIM Implementation in a Project

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is increasingly being used in the Australian construction and infrastructure industry. As more and more projects adopt BIM to manage design and construction, parties need to consider the various legal implications relating to the allocation of [...]

December 16, 2014 Industry, Technology

White Paper – Photo Reality Capture for Preliminary Infrastructure Design

In this white paper, we explore the practical applications of photogrammetry and ReCap 360, with a specific example of a preliminary reconstruction design that involved placing a roundabout into an existing five-way intersection. The principles and theory of creating 3D [...]

December 17, 2013 A2K News, Technology, Tips and Tricks