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  • Media Release: Komatsu continues their long-term commitment to IPWEA

    Komatsu Australia, a long-term supporter and sponsor of the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia, has again signed a two-year Platinum Partner agreement.

    Komatsu’s relationship with IPWEA began when it sponsored the 2003 IPWEA National Conference gala dinner. It went on to become the first IPWEA Platinum Partner in 2010, consolidating the ongoing relationship.

    The Komatsu IPWEA Platinum Partner agreement is primarily built around the Institute’s biennial International Public Works Conference and the IPWEA FLEET Plant and Vehicle Management Program.
  • Media Release: Thirty billion reasons to get local infrastructure right

    The Australian Local Government Association (ALGA) is partnering with the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) to address the country’s $30 billion national local government infrastructure backlog.

    The two organisations will work together – and with local councils around the country – to produce the “National State of the Assets” (NSoA) report providing detailed and informed analysis of local government-owned assets.

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