January 2023 NewsletterElevate Survey Supplies
Happy New Year!
Happy New Year from the team at Elevate Survey Supplies – we hope you have had a safe and happy holiday season with your family and friends!
We are back in the office and have hit the ground running to ensure you receive your orders as quickly as possible. We look forward to another successful year!
Top Industry News in the Past Month
Infrastructure Australia Market Capacity 2022 Report Released
Infrastructure Australia has released its Market Capacity 2022 report, finding that improving risk management and proactively sequencing the major infrastructure pipeline will be key to managing the impacts of an overheated construction market, escalating input costs, labour shortages and productivity challenges. Click here to read more.
Plans for Inland Rail in 2023
The 1,700km freight rail network that will connect the East Coast regions of Australia will continue to progress in 2023, with major construction starting in Victoria. Early works have begun on worksites at Glenrowan and Wangaratta. Click here to read more.
New Victorian Survey Control Requirements
The Surveyor-General Victoria (SGV) Geodesy division has released new Victorian Survey Control requirements. Click here to read more.
Upcoming Industry Events
Network with survey and infrastructure industry peers and leaders, and keep up to date with the latest trends and information at these upcoming events:
2023 Leadership Series – Jan 30
Consulting Surveyors National is hosting their 2023 Leadership Series. Colleagues and friends are welcome to join for an afternoon session and dinner. For more information, click here.
Inspiring Future Geospatial Experts!
Get Kids into Surveying is a rapidly expanding project and community dedicated to the provision of education on everything Geospatial, including surveying.
By working with teachers, partnering with surveying associations, and offering global scholarship schemes, Get Kids into Surveying has a raft of resources that will inspire the next generation of surveyors.
Click here to find out more and to become an ambassador.