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At Mainmark, we’re focused on delivering quality projects worldwide. Here are some of the most recent media and press release articles.

Council Magazine – 23rd December 2022

For councils around Australia, asset management is a crucial responsibility, one that is becoming increasingly difficult to manage as more climate-related issues arise. From extreme heat to devastating floods and severe storms, councils often spend significant time and resources recovering and replacing damaged assets, causing community and environmental disruption. To eliminate this, councils are turning to innovative solutions to manage assets proactively.

Council Magazine – 19th October 2022

Australia is known for its iconic beaches, with water access playing a major part in the country’s way of life. In many cities and suburbs, seawalls are a valuable asset for protecting low-lying waterfront infrastructure – creating a barrier between open water and its picturesque bordering environments; reducing erosion and protecting urban assets.

Teretek® Stabilises Concrete Roadway at the City of Canada Bay – 11th July 2022

The city of Canada Bay in Sydney’s inner west is one of the handful of Council areas in Australia that have rigid pavements (concrete slab roadways). While concrete slabs make excellent long-lasting heavy-duty pavements they can become susceptible to deterioration due to water ingress.

Preserving heritage buildings to keep communities strong – 17th June 2022

As Australia’s suburbs and cities grow, it’s critical for local governments to prioritise the preservation of heritage listed buildings, to not only provide an opportunity for a community to ponder its history, but because these buildings play a significant role in society and offer many social, economic and sustainability benefits to locals.

Looking after the hidden heroes of infrastructure – 23rd May 2022

Culverts are the hidden heroes of the infrastructure sector. While they rarely receive the same reverence as bridges, tunnels and road networks, they are vital in ensuring the safe operation of our roads, rail, buildings and structures, writes Steve Piscetek.

Tunnel Time… 1st April 2022

More time, planning for tunnel projects key to functional cities. As traffic density continues to increase with population, keeping society from grinding to a halt often rests on tunnel infrastructure says Matt McLean, operations manager for the civil and mining decision at Mainmark.

Bespoke Culvert Relining Delivers Engineered Solution for Major Infrastructure Project – 29th March 2022

Mainmark’s Toowoomba Bypass project has received a Good Design Award for its role in upgrading and repairing the $1.6 billion Toowoomba Bypass, one of the largest infrastructure projects in Queensland history. Good design Australia awarded Mainmark with the prestigious accolade in the Engineering Design category in recognition of outstanding design and innovation.

Fixing our tunnel vision is the key to having functional cities – 23rd February 2022

As traffic density continues to increase with population, keeping society from grinding to a halt often rests on our tunnel infrastructure. Tunnels help to alleviate congestion, promote smoother traffic flow, and minimise disruption in built-up areas.

Good Design accolade for Toowoomba Bypass project – 8th February 2022

Mainmark’s Toowoomba Bypass project, as featured in the September issue of Council Leader, has received a Good Design Award for its role in upgrading and repairing the $1.6 billion Toowoomba Bypass, one of the largest infrastructure projects in Queensland history. Good Design Australia awarded Mainmark with the prestigious accolade in the Engineering Design category in recognition of outstanding design and innovation.

The slow destructive power of trees – what you need to know – 13th December 2021

Without proper consideration and monitoring, tree roots can cause damage to buildings, paths, driveways, and underground infrastructure. A tree’s influence starts, literally, at the roots. The roots will continue to grow as a tree matures, extending towards anything that will maintain the tree’s life. Roots typically seek out moist soil and will often find entry into old or damaged pipes including stormwater drains, sewage pipes and water mains.

The slow destructive power of trees – what you need to know – 13th December 2021

Without proper consideration and monitoring, tree roots can cause damage to buildings, paths, driveways, and underground infrastructure. A tree’s influence starts, literally, at the roots. The roots will continue to grow as a tree matures, extending towards anything that will maintain the tree’s life. Roots typically seek out moist soil and will often find entry into old or damaged pipes including stormwater drains, sewage pipes and water mains.

Ask Fuzzy: What causes sinkholes? – 14th November 2021

Sinkholes can appear suddenly, often with dramatic and serious consequences. While the ground may seem to unexpectedly collapse, the reality is that sinkholes generally develop over a period of time until the ground above simply loses support and gives way, leaving a gaping hole. Sinkholes have appeared around the world in all manner of locations – beaches and oceans, residential gardens, motorways, even shopping centre car parks.

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