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    News Archive for September 2012

    Doric DS1250 twin point bifold locks

    Doric Products introduces the DS1250 twin point bifold locks suitable for use on hinged and bifold aluminium doors and windows.


    Flowcrete’s Deckshield ID coating and Flowtex HT epoxy mortar used in refurbishments at mental health facility

    Flowcrete Australia Pty Ltd supplied Deckshield ID and Flowtex HT flooring products for the refurbishment of various external areas at the Kalparrin Day Centre.


    Just Bathroomware announces new website

    Just Bathroomware has launched their newly redesigned website featuring a user-friendly interface and simple navigation.


    Factors that impact steel performance

    Rondo advises builders and tradespersons to ensure that the steel they buy meets with compliance requirements.


    Asbestos ceilings in homes and health risks

    Commonly found in houses constructed between the 1950s and the 1980s, asbestos ceilings were popular for their fireproofing and heat resistance properties.


    Ultraflex Panelling has moved

    Ultraflex Panelling has moved to new, larger premises to meet their growth requirements.


    Waterco unveils new Hydrochlor salt water chlorinator

    International swimming pool and water treatment specialist, Waterco introduces its new Hydrochlor salt water chlorinator.


    ARM reveals bold new dome design for Geelong library

    A unique dome design by ARM Architecture has been unveiled, revealing what will be the new $45 million Geelong Library and Heritage Centre.


    Candlebark Library wins Australian Timber Design Award 2012

    The 2012 Australian Timber Design Award was presented to Paul Haar Architect last night for Candlebark School Library, an earth-covered library built into the side of a hill in Victoria’s Macedon Ranges.


    Gold Coast’s $4.9bn marina and resort plans ditched

    It looks like the Gold Coast will be waiting a little longer for its first cruise ship terminal, after plans for a major project worth $4.9bn were withdrawn.


    Global Architecture News

    Crystal clear future for sustainable London building; Tweaked S.F. tower plans up for approval; Stedelijk Museum 'Bathtub'; Duggan Morris Architects designs 2013 Floating Cinema; Davide Macullo Architects pitches design.


    Westfield approves Akril modified polymer sheets

    Akril, an Australian owned and made brand of modified polymer sheets has been approved by Westfield Management for use in shopfronts and store interiors.


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