News - InQuik Bridging Systems

Through the Australian Government’s Entrepreneurs’ Programme, InQuik connected with their local Innovation Connections Facilitator, Dave Fleming, from CSIRO SME Connect. Dave assessed the business’ needs and recommended an Innovation Connections Researcher Placement Grant. This grant supported a collaboration project with The University of Sydney, undertaking independent, professional engineering modelling of the long-term effects of having permanent formwork, and load-bearing behaviour...

As we fast approach the holiday season, we wish to advise you of our upcoming Christmas business closure period. InQuik head office will be closed from Thursday 23rd December, 2021 until Wednesday 5th January, 2022. InQuik factory will only be closed on public holidays (December 27th & 28th; January 3rd) and weekends, as we will...

InQuik is pleased to announce our newest team member, Dion Ball, as Northern NSW Manager, based in Coffs Harbour NSW. Dion will take responsibility for our sales and installation support in the Northern NSW region. Dion holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and brings 25 years’ experience in the civil construction industry. He has...

InQuik is pleased to welcome aboard our newest member of the team, Max Fairbank, as Graduate Project Engineer. This appointment strengthens our team to meet growth in the Southern NSW and Victoria markets. Max will be taking responsibility for generating sales, existing and new client relations plus providing on-site support. Max is currently studying a...

                As restrictions continue to tighten, just a reminder that we are still open and trading throughout this latest COVID-19 outbreak! InQuik is committed to the safety and wellbeing of our employees, customers, partners and communities. We are adhering to strict health and safety guidelines, including mandatory QR...

InQuik is pleased to welcome onboard our newest team member, David Pritchard, as Manufacturing Director, based out of an additional InQuik factory in Tomago, NSW. This bolsters our fabrication capacity to 3 facilities in NSW and 1 in QLD. David has undertaken the challenge of setting up the manufacturing facility and will take the lead...

Thompson’s Bridge and Scrubby Creek Bridge have both been upgraded from timber to reinforced concrete, with works completed in February 2021. The existing timber bridges reached the end of their service life and were identified as high priorities for replacement by the Bridge Management System (BMS). Both were replaced with single span reinforced concrete bridges...