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    News Archive for August 2012

    ‘Women on this rise’: NAWIC awards to celebrate increasing success of women in the industry

    Tickets are now on sale for the 2012 Crystal Vision Awards for National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) QLD/ NT, which will be presented on Friday 19 October 2012 in Brisbane.


    City Talks: get set for an urban design extravaganza in Hobart

    Tasmania is set to host a seminar series to illustrate the qualities of good urban planning and the role of landscape architecture in the design of the city setting.


    Barangaroo calls for dream team in master planning

    The Barangaroo Delivery Authority yesterday put the call out for the ‘world’s best in urban planning, urban design and architecture professions’ to master plan the 5.2 hectare central precinct by Sydney Harbour.


    Architects and designers rally to transform Parramatta

    A number notable urban designers, architects and artists recently converged on Parramatta in Sydney for the Design Parramatta workshop.


    ACO’s KlassikDrain trench drainage system with Heelsafe antislip stainless steel grates installed at Ecosciences Precinct

    ACO Polycrete products were specified for the Ecosciences Precinct located in the heritage listed Boggo Road Gaol area, Brisbane.


    Association representing Australian air-conditioning and refrigeration equipment manufacturers in Australia

    The Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Equipment Manufacturers Association of Australia (AREMA) also represent overseas companies in the Australian market.


    Smoke Control installs 50 Eura smoke vents in a warehouse

    Smoke Control supplied and installed 50 Eura smoke vents in a large warehouse in Albury that required smoke venting. The 50 Eura smoke vents were fixed on upstands to the roof of the warehouse.


    New Axis fixed dome network cameras with WDR for demanding light conditions

    Axis Communications has introduced a new line of fixed dome network cameras offering excellent image quality including support for wide dynamic range (WDR) with ‘dynamic capture’.


    QUT develops ‘revolutionary’ solar cooling and heating system

    A QUT researcher is developing a solar cooling and heating system for the home that will run independently of the electricity grid and generate domestic hot water as a by-product.


    New Caroma Blanc freestanding bath in stunning white version of the popular Noir range

    Caroma introduces a new range of freestanding baths in an all-white version.


    Smoke Control offers fire windows for buildings on a boundary

    Smoke Control offers a wide range of fire window solutions specifically designed for buildings situated on a boundary.


    HEATSTRIP high intensity low glow radiant heaters take heating to the Max

    The new HEATSTRIP Max series has recently been introduced to the HEATSTRIP range of radiant heaters.


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