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Infrastructure Standards

Infrastructure Standards

Building a safe environment that supports communities

Infrastructure is a generic term that includes the physical systems of a business, community, country or nation. It includes, but is not limited to, transportation systems, water and sewerage systems, electric and telecommunications systems, and much more. 

Critical infrastructure helps to develop sustainable functionality of a place. Infrastructure management and development work towards providing a system that improves the lives of those in that business or community. For example, developing a rail system to create better, more efficient transport options enabling a community to utilise shared resources.

These critical infrastructure systems must work to meet set benchmarks for performance to ensure the safety, quality and integrity of a project are met. This directly affects the employees, performance of a business and the safety of the community.

To help meet these benchmarks, Standards guide organisations throughout every stage of a project including the construction, management and maintenance of the infrastructure used in society. From project planning to essential elements of a building and the materials used, Standards provide the framework to form sustainable and safe infrastructure development.

Popular infrastructure Standards


AS 5100.5:2017 Bridge design Concrete
AS/NZS 5100.6:2017 Bridge design Steel and composite construction
AS 5100.9:2017 Bridge design Timber
AS 1743:2018 Road signs - Specifications
AS 4292 Series Railway safety management
SA TS 5719:2017 Communications protocol for dynamic message signs and road weather information systems
AS 3727.1:2016 Pavements Residential
ISO 15645:2018 Road construction and maintenance equipment -- Road milling machinery -- Terminology and commercial specifications
ISO 11296 Series Plastics piping systems for renovation of underground non-pressure drainage and sewerage networks
ISO 6707-1:2020 Buildings and civil engineering works - Vocabulary - Part 1: General terms
ISO 23234:2021 Buildings and civil engineering works - Security - Planning of security measures in the built environment
ISO 19650 Series Organization and digitization of information about buildings and civil engineering works, including building information modelling (BIM)
ISO 22888:2020 Railway applications - Concepts and basic requirements for the planning of railway operation in the event of earthquakes
ISO 23431:2021 Measurement of road tunnel air quality
ISO 10815:2016 Mechanical vibration - Measurement of vibration generated internally in railway tunnels by the passage of trains
IEC 61820-1:2019 Electrical installations for aeronautical ground lighting at aerodromes - Part 1: Fundamental principles
IEC 63067:2020 Electrical installations for lighting and beaconing of aerodromes - Connecting devices - General requirements and tests
IEC 60571:3.0:2012 Railway applications - Electronic equipment used on rolling stock




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Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Search ICS Category Code 93

Civil engineering consists of the construction, management and maintenance of the infrastructure used in society. Standards are used as the guidelines for such projects, providing industry best practice procedures.

railway engineering

Railway Engineering

Search ICS Category Code 45

Railway engineering encompasses the design, construction and operation of a variety of railway transport systems. Standards assist with defining best practice approaches from test methods in maintenance checks to understanding the materials needed.

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