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21 February 2022

Innovative new project to develop corrosion resistant steel fencing

This collaborative project will significantly increase the life of important fencing infrastructure across Australia

21 December 2021

InfraBuild helps deliver forever home for Zambi baboons

InfraBuild is proud to have supported the construction of a new baboon enclosure at the Zambi Wildlife Retreat in Sydney’s west.

10 December 2021

Cadet program helping to build a sustainable future

InfraBuild is building a sustainable future for its workforce through a new cadet program that will share knowledge and create leadership opportunities for talented new starters.

21 November 2021

InfraBuild collaboration with Deakin University

An exciting new collaboration between InfraBuild and Deakin University is advancing new technologies in Australian steel manufacturing. 

09 November 2021

RAP case study – Aboriginal trainee program

InfraBuild is building a sustainable future for its workforce through a new Aboriginal trainee program that will share knowledge and create leadership opportunities for talented new starters.

02 November 2021

Industry expert on hydrogen advisory group

A newly formed advisory group is contributing to Australia’s accelerating hydrogen industry.

14 October 2021

InfraBuild supporting local business to build sustainable future

A mentoring initiative is helping build business capability and secure a sustainable future for a local Indigenous company.

01 September 2021

InfraBuild partners with Swinburne in Steel Research Hub projects

An exciting new collaboration between InfraBuild and Swinburne University of Technology (SUT) is advancing new technologies in Australian steel manufacturing.

30 August 2021

Midalia Steel building after 70 years

When brothers Roy and Leon Midalia first started collecting scrap metal in 1951, little did they know their family business would grow into one of WA’s largest steel suppliers.