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    News Archive for February 2012

    Increase productivity with Versaloc walling systems from Adbri Masonry

    Now available from Adbri Masonry, Versaloc walling systems are versatile dry stack systems that do not require the use of mortar after the bedding course.


    Upgraded version of i-Safe intelligent safety system launched by 3M

    3M has unveiled the latest iteration of its i-Safe intelligent safety system, which has been designed to make managing a safety program easier and more cost effective.


    Development Applications Process Improves

    Homeowners, with Development Applications on waitlists due to difficult projects, finally have something to celebrate according to HomeSource Joint Managing Director, Pia Vogel.


    Rehau outdoor synthetic wicker furniture available from Inter-Room

    Rehau outdoor synthetic wicker furniture is a range of outdoor furniture products Inter-room Pty Ltd manufactured to suit the harsh, Australian climatic conditions.


    ABB’s new clean energy project for hospital solar power system

    Automation technology group, ABB has officially signed a contract with Queensland Health to design, supply and install a 266 kilowatt roof-mounted solar panel system at the Hervey Bay Hospital located on the Fraser Coast in Queensland.


    Beaumont Tiles has revealed its 2012 trend forecast for tapware

    In line with emerging worldwide trends, Beaumont Tiles has revealed its 2012 trend forecast for tapware, set to feature an alluring blend of elegance and masculinity, in sleek and refined styles.


    New FWPA director brings supply chain focus

    The Board of Forest and Wood Products Australia Limited (FWPA) has invited John Simon, CEO of Simmonds Lumber Group, to fill a casual vacancy following the resignation of Jim Snelson.


    PROFILE: Tony Owen on 3D modeling and business success in patchy market

    Tony Owen tells us about his current projects, where the 3D modeling world will go next and why his avant-garde designs have been the key to his success.


    New head of architecture joins University of Adelaide: George Zillante

    Construction and planning expert Dr George Zillante has been appointed the new Head of the School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design at the University of Adelaide.


    Sydney: Pop-up architectural photographic exhibition on show at Central Park

    The Central Park development in Sydney is hosting a pop-up photographic exhibition of graduates and architects work at the construction site of their Central Park development in Sydney.


    China's Wang Shu wins 2012 Pritzker Prize in architecture

    Architect and professor, Wang Shu, from China has been awarded international architecture's most prestigious award for 2012 - Pritzker Architecture Prize.


    A former PM, government architect and Sydney mayor challenge Packer's Barangaroo casino plans

    James Packer's plan to raise his share in Echo Entertainment in order to develop a destination Casino in Barangaroo has received mixed responses from developers, architects and past politicians alike.


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