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CONCRETING TIP: How to minimise chances of early cracking
Shrinkage can cause unsightly cracking. Slabs, driveways and footpaths are vulnerable as these have large exposed surfaces which maximise water evaporation...
Building jobs, one student at a time
Boral and John Holland have teamed up to host a Careers Expo, helping local students learn more about the construction sector and pathways for employment...
Geelong high school students learn how to become safer drivers, with help from Boral and Road Safety Education Limited
More than 150 high school students from Geelong kicked off Yellow Ribbon National Road Safety Week by learning how to become safer drivers. Students at Geelong...
National bushfire recovery work restarts
Boral will be continuing its critical bushfire recovery efforts alongside Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) as their National Bushfire Recovery Partner...
Boral returns a parcel of culturally significant land at Waurn Ponds to Wadawurrung Traditional Owners
Boral has officially returned a parcel of culturally significant land at its Waurn Ponds site in Victoria to the Traditional Owners, the Wadawurrung People, at...
One of Boral's first female employees
In 1949, in Boral’s first year of refinery operation and trading, Patricia Morris, then aged 21, became the first female accountant to be employed by Boral...
Boral secures grant from the Australian Research Council through collaboration with partner UNSW
In partnership with the University of NSW (UNSW) Boral has secured a $384,000 grant from the Australian Research Council (ARC). This funding will enable us to...
Boral adopts new drone technology for quarry stockpile reporting
Boral Australia has used new technology to overcome COVID-19 obstacles, using a distributed drone network to undertake volumetric stock measurement at its...
Boral and UTS launch industry-first research partnership
Boral and the University of Technology Sydney have formed a five-year partnership to accelerate product innovation, and the research, development and commercialisation of low carbon concrete.
Tell us about your career before you joined Boral? I joined the Army straight from school, thinking I would do just a few years to help my single Mum by paying...
Boral takes off in an Australian-first with innovative runway project
Boral’s Queensland asphalt team has upgraded Emerald Airport in an innovative project showcasing Australia's first stone mastic asphalt runway. The stone mastic...
Wash plant refurbishment at Boral’s Bacchus Marsh Quarry extends customer reach
The paint is officially dry and the concrete has set on the $5 million recent wash plant refurbishment at the Bacchus Marsh Sand Quarry to enable Boral to...
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