Whip Around Wednesday – Episode 5

5 April 2023

Whip-Around Wednesday captures the latest innovation, technologies and ideas across the sector. In this episode, Zachary Forster looks at

  • Delft University of Technology  and Respyre’s sustainable bio-receptive concrete, or concrete that uses moss to literally breathe.
  • The latest in workwear fashion. Charlotte Hunter, a RMIT University student, designed tool belt perfect for female construction
  • In New Zealand, QOROX® and Iconic Construction built the first 3D concrete printed childcare centre in the Southern Hemisphere.
  • And a quick shoutout to Swinburne University of Technology’s Digital Construction Lab that SmartCrete CRC visited not long ago.



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