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    News Archive for July 2013

    100-year-old ship timber reborn in new range of eco-friendly mosaic timber tiles

    The Renaza collection newly introduced by Bella Lujo is an eco-friendly range of mosaic timber tiles crafted from 100-year-old hardwood.

    Pozzo ceiling lights bring daylight into interior spaces

    The Pozzo from Eagle Lighting Australia is an innovative range of ceiling lights designed to bring the feeling of daylight into living spaces.

    New invisible door hinges from EZ Concept

    EZ Concept introduces a new range of invisible door hinges.

    Online tool virtually models garage doors

    B&D Garage Doors and Openers has introduced an interactive tool on their website that helps users match garage doors to their home’s facade.

    10 Reasons why you should attend the 2013 World Architecture Festival

    Need a reason to attend WAF? Here are 10.

    Entries open for 2014 Dulux Study Tour

    Dulux invites architectural professionals to apply for the 2014 Dulux Study Tour, which only has five exclusive positions available.

    Bondor unveils Tasmania’s first InsulLiving eight-star energy rated house

    Members of Tasmania’s building and design community descended on Launceston recently for the official launch of the state’s first Bondor InsulLiving house – a revolutionary build with an eight-star energy rating.

    Wet trades’ apprentices shine at SkillsTech Australia industry engagement day

    Tradies from all regions came together last week to compete at SkillsTech Australia’s annual Wet Trades Industry Engagement Day at the Acacia Ridge Training Centre.

    ACIF forecasts reveal Tasmanian builders enjoying the spoils of demographic change

    While much of Australia is set to experience a flat to declining non residential building sector, due to its unique set of factors, recent Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF) forecasts show that Tasmania is set to see an outlying result in demand for non residential work.

    The AIQS to launch Infinite Value Awards 2013

    The Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS) has launched its Infinite Value Awards for 2013 and is looking to recognise and celebrate the impressive and innovative projects, and the professionals behind them, that have changed the building skylines around the world.

    New executive appointments announced at Fletcher Building

    Fletcher Building chief executive Mark Adamson today announced appointments to executive distribution roles in New Zealand and Australia.

    Collaboration is the approach for 2013 Queensland Young Professional Engineer of the Year

    AE Smith National Engineering Manager, Leigh Graham has credited his passion for customer collaboration and his commitment to the professional development of those around him as the reason behind being named the 2013 Queensland Young Professional Engineer of the Year.

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