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fission continues its rapid growth in the national rail sector

As the rail sector in Australia grows at a rate not seen since 1854 when the Melbourne and Hobson’s Bay Railway Company opened Australia’s first steam railway line, fission is on track to be at the heart of the nation’s rail infrastructure future.

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fission welcomes David Lockley

fission is delighted to commence 2022 with the addition of David Lockley who joins the team as our Procurement Specialist and Quantity Surveyor.

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fission Welcomes David Darbyshire

fission is delighted to start the new year with the addition of David Darbyshire who joins the team as our Rail Estimating Manager, further enhancing the organisation’s experience, capability and expertise.

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fission Welcomes New Team Members

fission is delighted to welcome Fioretti Sazali and Peter Yeats to the team as we continue to grow and add experienced talent to our organisation.

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Sustainability Should Be Infrastructure’s New Mantra

As we have outlined in our recent blogs, we are fully supportive of every effort made to ensure that Australia has the investment in infrastructure required to ensure that our economy thrives, our goods and services can be exported to the world and that our communities benefit from the many positives associated with world-class infrastructure. More than ever, Australia’s internal economy, the changing world trade relationships and the effects on world economies bought about by COVID 19 present both challenges and real opportunities to reset how projects are delivered; from business case to construction to operations.

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Balancing Priorities for Infrastructure Investment

As a society, we need critical, beneficial infrastructure to help drive our economic growth, societal well-being and future development. This is particularly true in Australia, where we have mass concentrations of population separated by vast distances, pockets of decentralised population dispersed across the nation, and major agricultural and resource products to connect to global markets.

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Supporting Central Queensland Water Security

Environmental best practice and regulatory compliance is a crucial issue for Queensland with wide community expectation that Government agencies will build, operate and maintain public assets to ensure the ongoing public and environmental health of our State and its long-term growth and development. As Rockhampton City Council and designers AECOM explore options to upgrade the North Rockhampton Sewerage Treatment Plant, Fission was engaged to provide cost estimating and constructability services to support its development.