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    News Archive for June 2016

    USG Boral product SHEETROCK wins Home Timber and Hardware 'Innovation Award'

    USG Boral won the Innovation of the Year Award at the recent Home Timber and Hardware Group National Conference held this year on the Gold Coast.


    AFS LOGICWALL helps builder deliver quality apartments on time in Killara NSW

    Specifying AFS LOGICWALL as the walling system helped Modern Construction Group deliver quality construction at an apartment project in Killara NSW.


    Making a statement with Western Red Cedar wood panelling

    Wood panelling is a preferred design choice in any interior project for adding sophisticated elegance to the space.


    Smart and Efficient Retractable Seating with Tablet Design

    One of Interseat’s core beliefs is to be a leader, not a follower. Just because something hasn’t been done before - it doesn’t mean that it cannot be done. Read our most recent case study below on how we provided Southbank TAFE with a technical but simple solution to a long term pain.


    New curriculum, ratings for net zero buildings coming to Australia

    GBCA is part of an international campaign to deliver on the objectives of the Paris Agreement and tackle climate change.


    CONVERSATION: How can we combat urban sprawl and increase density in our suburbs?

    A conversation between Bureau Proberts Director Liam Proberts, Inertia Engineering MD Scott Clements, and Urban and social planner Laurel Johnson.


    Lendlease wins contract to build Hassell's 60 Martin Place in Sydney

    Lendlease Building has been contracted by Investa and Gwynvill Group to construct their $300-million flagship development, 60 Martin Place, Sydney.


    New funding helps 1 Malop Street become Victoria's regional NABERS star

    The Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC) has agreed to finance the 1 Malop Street commercial project being developed in Geelong.


    FJMT's 200 George Street shows that timber can work on commercial skyscrapers

    At 200 George it’s no argument that Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp have used timber and glass in a way never before seen in Australia. The building is clad top to bottom in Australia’s first pressurised closed cavity façade with built-in timber venetian blinds for solar shading.


    Innovative hot water solution in Sydney medium density development

    Increased demand for medium density buildings, coupled with tighter regulations on gas appliance installations has architects and hydraulic consultants looking for more innovative ways of packaging hot water appliances safely without impacting the aesthetics or footprint of the dwelling.


    Architecture is a performed art – and the Eames House is a pretty good show

    It’s a strange feeling when you finally get to see, in person, a building that you’ve been thinking and reading about for years. That happened recently for Naomi Stead with the house of Charles and Ray Eames, in Los Angeles.


    $2 billion Crown Sydney approved by Planning Commission with limited power

    Hotel Resort at Barangaroo South approved by Commission who made it clear that it didn’t have the power to make the changes that the public wanted.


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