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    Infrastructure and Mining from BIS Shrapnel. by BIS Shrapnel. Request a quote. Ask a question. Visit Website. BIS Shrapnel is highly regarded for its research and forecasting in the infrastructure construction, maintenance, mining, energy and utilities and related sectors. 02 84584200. Contact supplier. Your Email * indicates mandatory fields. Please enter the text in the box: Send me ...

  • BIS Shrapnel Infrastructure Mining Unit

    The Infrastructure Mining Unit helps clients in the civil construction and mining industries with their business planning and decision making by supplying the best and most relevant data, independent industry analysis and thoroughly researched forecasts of construction activity and cost escalation. Clients can choose to utilise BIS Shrapnel’s services by either subscribing to one of the ...

  • Major Reports - Infrastructure Partnerships Australia

    The March 2018 quarter of the Australian Infrastructure Metric – produced by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and BIS Oxford Economics – sees civil construction work won drop significantly, as expected, from the all-time high of the previous quarter. Work won in transport and utilities has dropped, with mining only marginally higher than last quarter.

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  • Australia’s Infrastructure Outlook

    But a recovery in non-mining construction is underway-100% 100%-50% 0% 50% Non-mining +7.83% 0%-100% 100%-50% 50% Transport +15.05% Source: IPA/BIS Shrapnel Australian Infrastructure Metric, June Quarter 2015 Australian Infrastructure Metric –Work Won (2015-16 vs Five Year Trend –Percentage change)

  • Civil ContraCtors Federation Wa WA INFRASTRUCTURE REPORT

    Civil Contractors Federation Western Australia Branch 70 Verde Drive Jandakot, WA 6164 Phone: (08) 9414 1486 Fax: (08) 9414 1496 Email: [email protected] Web: ccfwa.au Twitter: @CCFWA BIS Shrapnel Pty Ltd Level 8, 99 Walker Street North Sydney NSW 2060 Contact: Adrian Hart Senior Manager - Infrastructure and Mining Phone: (02) 8458 4233 ...

  • AUSTRALIAN INFRASTRUCTURE METRIC MARCH QUARTER 2016

    AUSTRALIAN INFRASTRUCTURE METRIC MARCH QUARTER 2016 1 AUSTRALIAN INFRASTRUCTURE METRIC MARCH QUARTER 2016 The March 2016 quarter further evidences the increasing dominance of the non-mining sector in Australia’s civil construction work programme. Since the continued collapse in mining work-won – which reached zero in December 2014 – non-mining

  • Mining investment to implode - Australian Mining

    Mining investment in Australia is set to decline sharply over the next three years, resulting in 20,000 job losses. A new report by BIS Shrapnel – Mining in Australia 2015 to 2030 – predicts ...

  • Mine Infrastructure WSP

    WSP’s specialized teams of mine infrastructure experts have been serving the mining industry for over 50 years, completing hundreds of mining infrastructure projects, including the largest headframes and hoisting systems in the world, and including material sizing and handling and all associated services. Our services include feasibility study, design, procurement and project and ...

  • 2015

    Senior Manager – Infrastructure Mining BIS Shrapnel Pty Limited Level 8, 99 Walker Street North Sydney NSW 2060 Australia T: +61 (0)2 8458 4200 F: +61 (0)2 9959 5795 E: [email protected] 2015 Major Projects Report – Queensland Engineering Construction Outlook 5 6 This is the seventh edition of the Major Projects Report. Since the mid 2000s, this report has become the leading strategic ...

  • Trends in Engineering Construction Across States

    in WA is due to infrastructure supporting the mining sector GROWTH IN PRIVATELY FUNDED ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION BY STATE—EXCLUDING MINING HEAVY INDUSTRY* 15 December 2011 Port Jackson Partners Limited Source: BIS Shrapnel Engineering Construction in Australia, March 2011 Compound annual growth rate (Real**) 8.6% 8.6% 4.6% 18.7% 7.1% 4.5% 12.9%

  • Mining construction boom forecast to decline in 2015 ...

    Economic and industry analyst BIS Shrapnel has forecast the current mining driven civil construction boom to end in 2015. However, despite the short lifespan of the boom, it is expected to peak at ...

  • Oxford Economics

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  • More spending needed for infrastructure – Quarry

    BIS Shrapnel’s sixth review of the maintenance industry shows that $35 billion was spent in the sector during 2011-12. The report, Maintenance in Australia 2012 to 2027 , said maintenance spending had risen during the past two years but it was not keeping pace with the investment surge in public infrastructure and mining over the past decade.

  • BIS Shrapnel tips 25 per cent slump in engineering ...

    BIS Shrapnel tips 25 per cent slump in engineering construction by 2018. Jane Harper, CourierMail. April 14, 2014 1:30am. Share this on Facebook. Share this on Twitter. Share this by Email ...

  • Federal Budget makes record infrastructure spend -

    Federal Budget makes record infrastructure spend By Anthony Wallace on 17 May, 2017. T he resounding feature of Australia’s Federal Budget announced last week was the inclusion of big ticket infrastructure spending. The Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, Darren Chester claims that the 2017-2018 Federal Budget will be the single largest Commonwealth infrastructure spend in the

  • BIS Infrastructure and Mining Blog: The Other Deficit

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  • Infrastructure For The Mining Industry

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  • Infrastructure investment back to the mining boom days

    Infrastructure investment in the last quarter of 2015 had the largest uplift since the end of the mining boom.

  • BIS Shrapnel - Market Research Companies Australia

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  • Infrastructure Mining Research Forecasting Solutions

    BIS Shrapnel is Australia’s leading provider of research and forecasting solutions for the infrastructure and mining sectors. We assist our clients by providing the best available data, industry ...

  • Australian mining investment set for 40 per cent

    MINING investment in Australia is set to collapse by 40 per cent though the sector’s share of the national economy will continue to grow strongly, economic forecaster BIS Shrapnel predicts.

  • Summoning all our resources

    BIS Shrapnel infrastructure and mining unit senior manager Adrian Hart also said soaring production would offset commodity price declines, keeping the mining sector growing. "In fact, strong ...

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  • Mining and heavy industry decline - Business News

    BIS Shrapnel’s Infrastructure and Mining Unit Senior manager, Adrian Hart, says given its size and importance to related segments such as ports and railways, the forecast decline in mining and heavy industry construction is expected to drive a broader fall in overall civil construction work in 2010-11.

  • Adrian Hart - Associate Director - Construction and ...

    Analyst and forecaster for BIS Shrapnel’s Economics, and Infrastructure and Mining business units, covering a broad range of expenditure categories, industry sectors as well as macroeconomic analysis and forecasting. Forecast household income and expenditure, employment, investment (public and private), exports, imports, overseas growth and financial conditions. Industry segments covered ...

  • 职位: Associate Director - Construction
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    BIS Shrapnel has predicted that annual mining-related civil construction, including mines, ports, railways and other mining infrastructure, will nearly double between 2010 and 2014 to about $57bn ...

  • Productivity in mining a disaster: BIS - NewsComAu

    PRODUCTIVITY in the mining sector is a disaster and must be fixed to reduce costs and boost the economy, says a new report by BIS Shrapnel. By Greg Roberts AAP December 3, 2012 12:09am

  • New Mining Boom Forecasted - NRAS Property Australia

    The BIS Shrapnel report says mining activity as a share of Australia’s GDP will rise from 18.7 per cent to almost 20 per cent. Adrian Hart, BIS Shrapnel’s head of infrastructure and mining, says despite growing concerns about how Australia will cope without the resources investment and construction boom, mining will continue to drive economic growth. “The growth in the mining part of the ...

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  • Productivity in mining a disaster: BIS - NewsComAu

    PRODUCTIVITY in the mining sector is a disaster and must be fixed to reduce costs and boost the economy, says a new report by BIS Shrapnel. By Greg Roberts AAP December 3, 2012 12:09am

  • Infrastructure drought after end of mining boom

    Infrastructure drought after end of mining boom Mark Ludlow Queensland bureau chief Updated Jul 29, 2015 – 4.57pm , first published at Jul 28, 2015 – 9.12am

  • Damon Roast - Senior Research Manager - Infrastructure ...

    About * Deep knowledge and understanding of key drivers of infrastructure and mining sectors and subsectors as well as of the economy overall. * Strong and varied body of work in all types of communication of main findings to key internal stakeholders, clients and/or other interested parties.

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  • Infrastructure investment back to the mining boom days

    Infrastructure investment back to the mining boom days Infrastructure investment at the end of last year reported the largest uplift since the end of the resources boom. Australian Infrastructure Metric forecasts a construction recovery ahead, led by major transport infrastructure projects in NSW and Victoria, according to data produced by Infrastructure Partnerships Australia and BIS Shrapnel.

  • Mining boom ‘not over’ News Insights Informa Australia

    Mining production is expected to surge 41 per cent over this period, which will have a knock-on effect for maintenance, operations activity and exports. Adrian Hart, senior manager of BIS Shrapnel’s infrastructure and mining unit, said LNG and iron ore would be the primary contributors to mining

  • Lack of infrastructure investment killing construction ...

    QUEENSLAND'S construction industry is facing fresh trouble, according to a report flagging an accelerated decline in the amount of investment in infrastructure.

  • Dwindling government infrastructure work is

    Activity is expected to fall 40% from its 2012-13 peak of $130.3 billion to $79.6 billion by 2017-18, due to end of the mining investment boom and a lack of new state and federal government ...

  • WA INFRASTRUCTURE REPORT 2017

    BIS Shrapnel WA Infrastructure Report 2017: A Construction Economy in Transition examines where we are, and where we need to be, in regard to infrastructure provision. Prepared by BIS Shrapnel’s Infrastructure Mining team led by Adrian Hart, the 50-page report includes: • An overview of WA’s broader economic outlook; • Detailed analysis of the outlook for infrastructure construction ...

  • New Infrastructure Investment Falls 35 Per Cent, Requires ...

    New Infrastructure Investment Falls 35 Per Cent, Requires National Leadership, Real Investment: Leading Indicator. Source: Infrastructure Partnerships Australia - infrastructure.org.au 27 June 2013. An accelerating decline in new public and mining infrastructure investment, exposed in IPA/BIS Shrapnel’s latest Civil Infrastructure Metric, demands policy focus and real funding commitments ...

  • RESOURCES AND INFRASTRUCTURE - Sustainable Skills

    6 BIS Shrapnel (2015), Mining in Australia 2015-2030, North Sydney While investment is forecast to decline significantly over the next few years, mining production is expected to keep rising. The completion of the current round of projects will continue to add to output (more than offsetting the closure of marginal mining operations), with production expected to grow by a further 30 per cent ...

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