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    News Archive for September 2009

    MapView streamlines lighting management

    The latest evolution of Philips Dynalite's lighting control software solution/operator interface, MapView, enables operators to program complex lighting tasks into automated macros, make manual changes easily, implement timed events and access a wide range of performance data.

    A system that protects you from fire and water

    The Ansul Sapphire Fire Suppression System is a significant advancement in fire protection technology, as it utilises a new sustainable chemical agent that fights fires without causing any damage to surrounding objects and structures.

    Sports Club reaps benefits of green design

    The 10th stage of the Bankstown District Sports Club's master plan, The Grand Ballroom, built by Paynter Dixon, has been completed.

    Kitchen King Offer Hideaway Hidden Bin Solutions

    Hideaway Bin storage solutions from Kitchen King can help to create an organised home and give homeowners a sense of control and peace of mind.

    Brisbane Council sued over public space theft

    City dwellers are suing Brisbane City Council after it approved its own plan for a development that steals public space.

    Biggest 100 firms take greatest slice of grant

    Smaller companies left by the wayside as the First Home Owner's Grant favours large firms, research finds.

    Government architect champions women in industry

    NSW's assistant government architect is pushing the professional interests of women forward.

    Catastrophic global warming in our lifetimes

    Scientists predict global warming will exceed four degrees this century, with Australian rainfall shrinking by up to 20 per cent.

    Architecture takes flight in the mind's eye

    Double take at these award-winning architectural visualisations that give designers scope to express their most creative ideas.

    Global round up

    Populous reveals images of its Winter Olympics stadium, Calatrava's rail station finally opens and 'The Uterus Project' provides a home for children in Israel.

    Enware's going back to school

    Enware Australia's spring action tapware and bubblers are being installed in a number of Building the Education Revolution (BER) projects.

    Bricklayer Training and Employment Program Endorsed by ACCC

    The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) has given authorisation for the Australian Brick & Blocklaying Training Foundation (ABBTF) to continue their programs to address the skill shortage in bricklaying.

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