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    News Archive for January 2003

    Bonds in all weathers

    With HB Fuller’s Power Bond there is no need to stock more than one building adhesive. That’s because the product guns smoothly, even in extremes of weather such as scorching summer days or wet and freezing conditions.


    Heritage waterproofing

    When the roof area of Sydney’s Trust Building - a structure classified at the highest heritage level, a Permanent Conservation Order - leaked onto the floor below, the owners called in Clive Lucas Sta


    Shutters To Be Seen

    BPM Industries’ shutters, louvres, sun protection and privacy systems are available in both standardised and custom designed systems, ensuring that whatever the project, the latest technology and stylish finishes help you to achieve the look and functionality you need.


    Davco Sanitized® - The Original Mould Resistant Grout

    Preventing mould is essential to the long-term protection of bathroom grout. Proven over 20 years, Davco Sanitized® Grouts are the original and the best mould resistant grouts.


    Conipur™ 255 Instant Curing Membrane – Seeing is Believing

    Kwik Seal together with MBT Australia (Degussa) brings a first to the Australian construction industry – a waterproofing membrane that cures instantly, is water resistant within 30 seconds and enables follow-on trades within 2 hours of application.


    Prestige Revolving Doors

    Offering the ultimate in revolving door design, the Record Automated Doors 'Crystal' Series revolving door can provide an elegant and striking feature to the entrance foyer of any building.


    Hebel® Acoustic System for Brisbane Apartments

    Looking for innovative ways to design a 12 level apartment block with a key requirement of superior acoustic performance was the challenge facing architect Henry Peel of Cameron Chisholm & Nicol for the new Kangaroo Point development in Brisbane.


    Glass takes the stage

    A unique collaboration between a Melbourne-based arts group, Company in Space, Pilkington Glass and DMS Glass recently resulted in one of the most visually spectacular performances of the 2002 Melbourne Festival.


    Prize for star students

    The Royal Australian Institute of Architects and BHP Steel have announced a new student prize to honour one of Australia’s foremost architects. The Glenn Murcutt prize will be sponsored by BHP Steel and awarded in conjunction with the RAIA Student Biennale.


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