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    News Archive for April 2013

    Heavy hitters making lighter footprints

    Improvements in steel production are occurring all the time with innovation unfolding at rapid pace to address the key issues.

    Rural retreat created with help from Architectural Window Systems

    Two products from Architectural Window Systems were selected for installation at a beautiful rural retreat located in the upper Hunter Valley.

    Iron lacework and aluminium lacework on heritage house verandahs

    Restoration of heritage properties, especially the lacework on verandahs can be executed easily given the wide range of options available in the market.

    Entries now open to win 17-day architectural tour of the USA

    Entries are open for participation in the second 9 Dots Architecture and Design Award competition organised by Cemintel™.

    KONE’s Best Made Better takes elevator technology to the next level

    KONE Elevators, the pioneers of machine room-less MonoSpace elevator systems are taking their product technology to the next stage of evolution based on ‘Best Made Better’.

    RBA’s Chronomite instantaneous electric water heater a success at Conjola Lakeside Van Park

    Chronomite, the instantaneous electric water heater from RBA Group is delivering great results for Conjola Lakeside Van Park.

    Scan to BIM 2014 software from IMAGINiT Technologies

    The IMAGINiT Technologies division of Rand Worldwide has released its new Scan to BIM 2014 software.

    Melbourne training centre gets cutting-edge signage

    The Building Leadership Simulation Centre in Melbourne has had futuristic-looking signage added, courtesy of Sign Industries.

    Mondéco flooring shines at Miele's new Dubai gallery

    Flowcrete Middle East has installed its designer terrazzo Mondéco floor system at Miele’s new gallery in Dubai, providing a sleek white underfoot canvas to put the German manufacturer’s high end domestic appliances and other commercial kitchen equipment on centre stage.

    ARC chosen to deliver total steel package for the new Royal Adelaide Hospital

    The Australian Reinforcing Company (ARC) has been contracted by HYLC Joint Venture to provide the reinforcing steel requirements of the South Australia’s new Royal Adelaide Hospital.

    Alarms raised over threats to skills training

    Master Builders has expressed strong concern over two proposals threatening the viability of many small to medium sized training providers.

    BPM Construction and Development Group arrives in the Sunshine state

    Melbourne developer BPM Construction and Development Group (BPM) has announced plans to turn the soil on its two maiden projects in Brisbane’s West End, amassing $45 million.

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