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    News Archive for June 2011

    Civil Contractors Federation welcomes industrial relation review

    The Civil Contractors Federation (Victoria) has welcomed the Baillieu Government’s review into the industrial relation principles governing publicly funded building and construction projects.

    Niagara Link and Terra toilet suites available from Parisi Bathware.

    Bathroom products supplier Parisi Bathware offers the stylish Niagara Link and Terra toilet suites.

    Impulse TrimMaster Angled Bradder finish nailers available from Paslode Australia

    Available from Paslode Australia, 16Ga Impulse TrimMaster Angled Bradder finish nailers are lightweight, compact and well balanced, ensuring job site productivity.

    Drop arm awnings available from Pattons Awnings

    Available from Pattons Awnings, drop arm awnings offer the ideal sun shade solution for combating difficult sun angles.

    Metal flyscreen doors available from Period Details

    Supplier of architectural hardware and period lighting, fabric and switches, Period Details offers a wide range of metal flyscreen doors for residential applications.

    Nostalgia tapware range available from Phoenix Tapware

    Phoenix Tapware offers a wide range of bathroom and kitchen tapware and products, including the Nostalgia range.

    Stylus acid free tapes

    Adept Industrial Solutions presents the Stylus acid free tapes designed for hi-temp splicing and laminating as well as adhering folders, decals, signs and posters.

    Australian firm wins Best Office Interior in Singapore

    Australian firm Geyer was recently awarded Best Office Interior, Singapore, at the Asia Pacific Property Awards 2011 for the recently completed American Express environments at Marina Bay Financial Centre and Mapletree Business City.

    Green Building Council releases report on carbon tax

    The Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) has announced that it backs a price on carbon, provided it is accompanied by complementary measures that support the property and construction industry.

    Australian scientists invent printable solar cells

    Australian researchers have invented nanotech solar cells that are thin, flexible and use less than one per cent the material of conventional solar cells.

    New Inventors make waves with new building system [video]

    Custom joinery firm Wood Appeal has created an innovative building system, which they took the ABC's TV programme the New Inventors this week and won the round.

    Victoria's first carbon neutral paint shop

    Claiming a first for Victoria, ecolour yesterday opened its new showroom and distribution centre in Braybrook, Melbourne.

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