The Australian population is growing at a healthy rate. In fact, in the past 10 years, the populations of Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney have grown by almost 3 million extra inhabitants. So, are we ready for this ‘Big Australia’? It looks like we have to be because if predictions from the Parliament of Australia website are correct, there are going to be more than 35 million of us living here by the year 2056!
All these extra people present their own issues such as where are they going to be housed? What about healthcare or access to schools? What impact will all these extra commuters have on our roads as well as our public transport systems? Will any of us ever manage to get into work on time?
As the country becomes more crowded, commute times are longer. Keeping all this in mind, its crucial now for both the private and public sectors to ascertain exactly how the Australian infrastructure can be improved to cope with this huge increase in population.
As our population grows, the pressure on local residential areas, roads, sewerage systems, airports, water and bridges increase. It’s important for private and public sectors to work together to find new ways of accommodating the growing Australian population as well as dealing robustly with increasing pressure on utilities.
At the time of writing, there have been significant public infrastructure works underway to help the country to remain as stable as possible in the face of changing demand for services. Estimates from BIS Oxford Economics indicate that publicly-funded engineering construction is to be 40 percent higher throughout 2018 and 2019 than it was in 2014 and 2015. According to some reports, there are estimates that this infrastructure spending could last for as many as an additional 3 decades as demands continue to increase.
Civil Engineering Perth Will Play a Critical Role
Civil engineers will be working with engineers from various other disciplines as well as professionals from the areas of telecommunications, network specialists and technology to work out how technology will impact and integrate into infrastructure projects. The demand from civil engineering Perth professionals will continue to grow as our population follows suit.
How InLine Engineering Can Help
At InLine Engineering Services Perth, our staff has a wide variety of experience industry-wide. We have gained a wealth of knowledge of a spectrum of sectors over the years via our hands-on experience that just cannot be learned in a classroom setting. We tackle real-world issues with a problem-solving approach that’s second to none.
We are ready to take on all the extra work and preparations related to ‘Big Australia.’ We are proud of our capabilities as a team. Our vision as a company is to work with others within their budgets to create workable, real solutions that are built to stand the test of time.
Every single service request we receive at InLine Engineering Services Perth is treated as priority without exception. We work in collaboration with our clients and, if needed, other providers, to create on-budget solutions that are built to last.