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    News Archive for February 2016

    Conrad Gargett Director calls for permanent Brisbane City Architect

    Conrad Gargett Director and President Elect for the Australian Institute of Architects Queensland Chapter Bruce Wolfe has endorsed the possible reinstatement of a Brisbane City Architect, and wants one solely devoted to the role.

    February’s Top 10 stories – from Melbourne’s cladding problem to rethinking Parramatta Square

    As February closes and 2016 begins to pick up speed, we reflect on the articles that made headlines this month.

    WAF director praises ARM, Hassell and Cox for creating architecture symbols for Perth

    WAF founder and director, Paul Finch has praised Perth Stadium and Elizabeth Quay, says they could become “symbolic of the city”.

    Altro safety flooring products installed extensively at Pennywell Farm

    Several products from Altro Safety Flooring were installed in different areas of Pennywell Farm in Devon.

    Karndean Designflooring launches new stone effect vinyl flooring collection

    Karndean Designflooring, Australasia’s market leader in luxury vinyl flooring, has introduced a new stone effect collection inspired by natural materials.

    Spantech installs shade structures at Northpine Christian College

    Spantech completed a number of projects at the Northpine Christian College, Dakabin just north of Brisbane, Queensland.

    Polycarbonate room dividers help Alstom carry out maintenance work safely without disruption

    Polycarbonate room dividers from Portable Partitions Australia were supplied to Alstom Australia to assist them with the execution of periodic maintenance work at their warehouse.

    PPA mobile dividers help music store improve layout, customer experience and sales

    Mobile dividers from Portable Partitions Australia were installed in a retail music store to create a streamlined layout that would improve customer experience and lead to better sales for the shop.

    Busy caravan park installs Magnetic’s wireless MHTM boom gate to control visitor movement

    Magnetic Automation installed a wireless boom gate system at a busy caravan park to control the movement of visitors.

    Criterion’s Multiglaze 90 aluminium partitioning suite installed at Dun & Bradstreet Melbourne

    The Multiglaze 90 aluminium partitioning suite from Criterion Industries was specified for the Melbourne office of Dun & Bradstreet Australia and New Zealand.

    Ausco Modular’s temporary buildings allow Dunalley school to function during rebuilding after fire

    Temporary buildings quickly supplied by Ausco Modular allowed a primary school in Dunalley in the Tasman Peninsula to function after a fire damaged the school building in January 2013.

    ATDC releases new security doors for hospitality venues

    The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) has introduced a unique range of security doors designed to secure various hospitality venues from reception counters and canteens to bars and serveries.

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