Industry Feature: Moits

Pronamics Industry Feature
Moits knows how to dig deep. When Moits helped to build the NewLife Serviced Apartments in the salubrious suburb of Bondi Junction, the foundations needed to be deep, but the block was confined. The answer? A long-reach arm attachment excavating from a suspended platform, the footage of which can be seen in this cool video. […]

Industry Feature: Bielby

Australia’s longest bridge – brought to you by Bielby. The Houghton Highway is close to the hearts of many Pronamics employees, as a number of staff use it to commute, or visit Redcliffe on the weekends. Bielby managed the demolition of the old Hornibrook Bridge, as well as the design and construction of the Integrated […]

Industry Feature: Maranoa Regional Council

Over 6,500 km of roads takes Maranoa all sorts of places. Such a large council area requires continual assessment of and work on roads and bridges to keep the region moving. Maranoa Regional Council seeks to maintain and upgrade infrastructure for its residents and businesses, using the best software to manage the planning and rollout […]

Industry Feature: Hazell Bros

Hazell Bros are keen recyclers. Still family-owned after more than 70 years, Hazell Bros understands the value of looking after their environment for future generations. Their recycling centre near Hobart, Tasmania, turns over a variety of construction materials, and their efforts to introduce recycled glass into sand for asphalt and masonry, as well as pipe […]

Industry Feature: Bellwether

Ring the bell for great advice! Estimating is crucial to Bellwether’s work, because their core capability is providing independent, reliable advice around infrastructure projects. A key component to that is cost estimating. Priding themselves on having the right people for the job, Pronamics is proud to supply the right software for the job. Bellwether really […]

Industry Feature: Duratec

Duratec looks to the future to preserve the past. A specialist in restorative works, Duratec works with governments and private enterprise on everything from buildings to bridges that have endured significant wear and tear. Using specialist engineering technology to ascertain the most effective methods for individual projects, Duratec brings infrastructure back to life. Pronamics is […]

Industry Feature: Monadelphous

Major construction job? Monadelphous has the experience. Across Australia, New Zealand and Chile, Monadelphous designs, constructs and operates multi-disciplinary construction and maintenance projects for mining, energy and infrastructure clients. From water treatment plants and wind farms, to mining, crane work and ports, for more than 30 years this Australian company has been building. Pronamics is […]

Industry Feature: Civilex

No problem is too hot to handle for Civilex. Civilex builds everything from roads to sports fields, but it is projects like the Coolaroo Contaminated Glass Clean-up that sets them apart for safety and environmental expertise. The clean-up required careful work, as stockpiled glass reached over 100 degrees Celsius on the surface and up to […]

Industry Feature: Ark Construction

Ark build bridges so we can get over them. Ark Construction delivers on a variety of road, rail and maritime projects. But in recent years it is their work on bridges that really stands out. From pedestrian to vehicle to train, Ark has been helping people cross bridges all over Queensland and New South Wales […]

Industry Feature: Watpac

The focus on health has never been stronger. Servicing the rapidly growing region south east of Melbourne, the Casey Hospital required an upgrade to cope with increasing demand. Watpac undertook both design and construction of this $135 million project from 2017, delivering new and refurbished facilities as part of the expansion, completing the works in […]