June 2023 Newsletter

June 2023 Newsletter

EOFY Lucky Draw

Place your order to enter Elevate Survey Supplies’ EOFY Lucky Draw! Every order over $500 exc GST placed throughout the month of June will go into the draw to win a prize bundle with a value totalled at $214.40! 

What’s up for grabs? 1x SECO Heavy Duty Survey Stake Bag, and 2x Elevate Survey Supplies Water Bottles!

The lucky winner will be drawn on Monday, July 3. Good luck!

Wall Station Mount Now on Sale

Our Wall Station Mount with Leica Spigot is on sale until the end of this month. Down from $55, it is now just $38.50 inc GST!

The Wall Station Mount features a Leica spigot and is made from 316 stainless steel. It measures 140mm length at 12mm Diameter, 60mm length at 7mm Diameter (total length 200mm).

Order Yours Today

Your Guide to the 2023-24 Federal Budget

Released by the Treasurer in early May, the 2023-24 Budget includes the Infrastructure Budget which is considered a placeholder for the $120 billion Infrastructure Investment Program (IIP). So, how can it affect the surveying and construction industries?

Funding has been allocated to establish a National Construction Industry Forum (NCIF), which will help the industry emerge as a global leader and industry of choice for future generations of workers.

While also opening up the industry for this new generation of surveyors and construction workers, $1.8 billion has been allocated over ten years for infrastructure priorities to support productivity and jobs.

Read more about the Budget’s key details and pipeline projects here. For the full budget overview and documents highlighting key measures, click here.

Top Industry News in the Past Month

Construction Continues for VIC’s Big Build
The West Gate Tunnel and Metro Tunnel will see major construction upgrades across the coming months as part of Victoria’s Big Build, including more level crossing removal and a new train station set to open. Click here to read more.

NSW Gov Commits $39.5M to Recreational Transport Infrastructure
The New South Wales Government has renewed its Get NSW Active program, which is set to deliver funding to more than 80 walking and cycling projects across the state. Click here to read more.

TAS Gov Releases Upgrade Plan for Bass Highway
The Tasmanian Government has released a strategy to improve safety and travel time on the Bass Highway, between Launceston and Devonport, as part of a $2.2 billion roads and bridges program. 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:

ISNSW Southern Regional Group Seminar – June 16
Join ISNSW for the Southern Regional Group Seminar and hear from industry leaders, including ISNSW CEO Rachel Greenwood, and many more. For more information, click here.

Friday Drinks at the Nedlands Office – June 16
The WAIS Board will be hosting their regular member catch-up at the Nedlands office. As a member only event, this is a great way to keep in touch with industry colleagues and share ideas over a beer or two. For more information, click here.

ISNSW Seniors Group Lunch – June 20
ISNSW will be hosting a Seniors Group Lunch at The Marina’s Edge Restaurant. For more information, click here.

Women in Surveying and Spatial Sciences Networking Breakfast Forum – June 22
Join WAIS for their June breakfast forum where they will explore the challenges and working solutions for women in the industry of surveying and spatial sciences. For more information, click here.

WAIS Mini-Conference – June 23
Join industry colleagues for the WAIS Mini-Conference at Fremantle Sailing Club. Hear from industry leaders, including Scott Bellerby from B Strata, Bradley Hobson from MNG, Kevin O’Brian from Denada Surveys, and many more. 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.

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