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    News Archive for September 2014

    Axalta partners with Daimler JV company to develop sustainable truck coatings

    Axalta Coating Systems has partnered with two companies in China to introduce its waterborne primer and basecoat into the local market.


    New fireplace allows control using mobile devices

    Intelligent Fire takes fireplaces to a new level of convenience with the ability to control the equipment using a mobile device.


    Architects fight to protect Robin Gibson's iconic brutalist architecture in Brisbane

    Architects are fighting to protect the design integrity of the Queensland Cultural Centre (QCC), as proposed towers risk ruining one of Australia’s most successful examples of brutalist architecture.


    Northern Territory’s best infrastructure solutions triumph at 2014 Engineering Excellence Awards

    ​The NT’s best engineering and infrastructure projects have been commended at the 2014 Engineers Australia Northern Division Engineering Excellence Awards.


    PikaPlant One shelving automatically waters your plants for an entire month

    Amsterdam-based start up Pikaplant have designed a simple shelving unit that keeps your plants watered and alive, even when you're not home.


    Design briefs: The new 'Ask an Architect' service, art and more

    Design briefs: The 'Ask An Architect' service from the Australian Institute of Architects, design in the tropics and art in 'banks', markets and hotels.


    Engineers Australia recognises Adelaide Oval Redevelopment at SA awards with prestigious prize

    The Adelaide Oval Redevelopment has won the highest honour conferred at Engineers Australia’s South Australia (SA) Engineering Excellence Awards.


    Australian projects win at International Restaurant & Bar Design Awards

    An Australian cafe, bar and restaurant have gained international recognition at the 2014 Restaurant & Bar Design Awards.


    Bond University’s new head of architecture a Jørn Utzon expert

    The Abedian School of Architecture at Bond University has appointed internationally known architect and academic, Professor Adrian Carter to head its new architecture school.


    TED enhances safety, reduces downtime in dozer maintenance

    Safety MITS presents the Tracked Elevating Device or TED, designed to ensure safety during maintenance of bulldozers and other tracked vehicles.


    How cost cutting measures by transporters can lead to higher expenses

    Mr Brad Bearman of Bear's Tyres cautions major transport companies about their cost cutting measures coming back to haunt them with higher expenses.


    Year 10 students pick up engineering and fabrication skills at TAFE Queensland Surat Basin Trade Camp

    A small group of Grade 10 students is learning foundational engineering and fabrication skills at the Surat Basin Trade Camp.


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