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InQuik is pleased to announce that we are now an LGP Approved Contractor. Our range of products is available to procure under the "LGP 420 Minor and Major civil works including construction materials" panel contract that started 1st February 2021 and expires 31st January 2024. An important component of being on this panel is that LGP...

The 2021 IPWEA SEQ Branch Conference is in Caloundra at the Events Centre, 24-26 February 2021. InQuik are proud to be an exhibitor again at this event. The comprehensive program includes up to 11 CPD hours, and the agenda can be found at: https://ipweaq.eventsair.com/seq-branch-conference-2021/  Come visit us at the InQuik stand in between sessions. 

Gallery (Click to expand) InQuik is once again a Bronze sponsor and speaking partner for the Australian Small Bridges conference, held in the Gold Coast, QLD.  InQuik are proud to return to the Small Bridges conference this year, and will be set up in stand 17-18. It's the 3rd time we've sponsored and presented at...

IPWEA Vic are running a FREE Pitchinar session on Wednesday 10th February 2021 | 10:30-11am. Presenter will be Logan Mullaney, InQuik MD, and the topic is - Re-building bridges...InQuik time! During the recent NSW bushfires some 60 council-owned bridges were burnt or damaged, with the Currowan fire destroying four bridges on Shoalhaven Council’s road network....

NSW DPI has recently produced a number of videos on DPI issues and permitting aimed at local councils. DPI Fish Friendly Councils: Obstructing fish passage - Waterway crossings, weirs and other instream structures can limit fish migration and therefore reduce their chances of survival. Discuss your proposal with DPI Fisheries before designing waterway crossings and...

InQuik and partner SMEC have been announced as winners of the Australian Engineering Excellence Award 2020 (Canberra Division) for their “InQuik Bridge System”. This award recognizes Australia’s top engineering projects and the teams making them possible. Judges commended The InQuik Bridge System for its “efficiency and potential to benefit remote areas and countries with limited...