Australian-based construction materials provider, Wagners, has signed a deal to design and deliver its first boardwalks in the United States.
Henry Wagner, patriarch of the Wagner family, is tipped to ring the 'bell' as Wagners Holding Company lists on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) at 1.30pm (AEDT) today (Friday, December 8).
A six-kilometre walkway linking Ballina and Lennox Heads has received a coveted engineering excellence award from the Institute Public Works Engineering Australia (IPWEA).
Toowoomba-based construction materials and infrastructure business Wagners has struck a watershed agreement that will create a huge international market for its award-winning Earth Friendly Concrete (EFC) technology.
Construction materials and logistics company Wagners has won first place in the prestigious 2016 American Concrete Institute (ACI) Excellence in Concrete Awards for its Earth Friendly Concrete (EFC) innovation.
Construction Materials company Wagners has been nominated for an international award for their Earth Friendly Concrete (EFC) innovation. The Concrete Institute of Australia (CIA) has endorsed Wagners, who is in the running for a prestigious American Concrete Institute (ACI) Award with the winners announced in October this year.
Local Toowoomba businesses will have an opportunity to register their interest in being a part of the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (TSRC) Project with the launch of the RangeLink website.
More than 350 local business and community leaders, including Toowoomba Regional Council Mayor Paul Antonio, came out to meet and network with the RangeLink...
Wagners EFC took out the top prize at 2013 BPN Sustainability Awards for its world first application in the precast floor beams of the mulit-rise Global Change Institute Building at University of QLD, Brisbane.
Wagners EFC Team have commenced a supply contract for EFC geopolymer concrete for the production of 33 large floor beams that will form 3 suspended floor plates of the new Global Change Institute (GCI) building at the University of QLD’s St Lucia Campus.
Wagners CFT won the 2011 Premier's ClimateSmart Sustainability Award for the development of a new low emission concrete, Earth Friendly Concrete (EFC), which is created from industrial waste by-products.
AUSTRALIA’S FIRST full scale geopolymer (EFC) bridge beam test was underway at Dowstress on Friday 3rd December with the casting of 2 x 50 MPa EFC beams alongside a comparison 2 x 50 MPa standard concrete beams. Sophisticated internal monitoring instrumentation installed in the beams will allow continuous monitoring of deformation, temperature and loading behaviour over the next 18 months.
WAGNERS today officially opened a state-of-the-art cement bagging plant, an extension to its cement grinding plant at Pinkenba, Brisbane, as a first step in catering for a growing consumer market.
A quarry owner says a hydrologist's testimony at the Queensland floods inquiry vindicates the company from any responsibility for the devastating Lockyer Valley flood in January.
THE $173 million sale by Wagner Group of its concrete division to Boral could pave the way for a multi-million-dollar listing of the Toowoomba-based construction and mining services company on the stock exchange.
Many years of research and development work by Wagners has now culminated in Australia’s first truly low CO2 emission premixed concrete product. Branded Earth Friendly Concrete, or justEFC, it is a concrete that contains no ordinary Portland cement which is responsible for the carbon emission intensity of normal concrete. EFC is made from an eco-friendly alternative binder technology known as geopolymer, which produces 80 – 90 % less CO2 emissions than Portland cement.