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    News Archive for March 2003

    Stylishly steely

    The transformation of Sydney’s Walsh Bay from derelict wharves and sheds into a prestigious residential complex provided a stage for Australian innovation in design and technology, including some of the finest examples of stainless steel structural and architectural applications.

    Hire catalogue

    Kennards Hire has released a new equipment catalogue, which at 96 pages, is the largest ever produced by the company.

    Cleaner and smarter

    The Australian Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Asssociation (AEEMA) and the Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF) will co-convene a one day ‘Cleaner, greener, smarter’ themed conference to be held in Sydney on September 3.

    Tapping into architect’s concerns

    High profile architect Ian Moore of Engelen Moore has been appointed creative director of RAIA.

    Home lending still lively

    The number of loans issued for new home construction rebounded in January, confirming the moderate pace at which the housing industry is slowing.

    Concrete fibres

    MBT Australia has released a new range of polypropylene fibres for concrete. Incorporating a choice of either monofilament or fibrillated fibre designs, the new fibres will be marketed as part of the company’s existing Masterfibre range, which includes the high-performance HP 0730 steel fibre.

    Lifting and shifting option

    A new hire company specialising in materials handling equipment has been set up as an off-shoot of the general equipment rental firm, Kennards Hire.

    Nominations open for concrete award

    The Concrete Institute of Australia is seeking nominations for the industry Awards for Excellence.

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