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    News Archive for August 2016

    Exova Warringtonfire expands facade testing capabilities at Dandenong lab

    Exova Warringtonfire has expanded their external fire cladding testing capabilities by investing in a new facade support rig and additional instrumentation at their Dandenong laboratory.


    SPAN Architects relies on HP DesignJet technology for construction projects across the globe

    Matias del Campo, architect and co-founder of SPAN Architects has had a long association with HP DesignJet technology, relying on these large format inkjet printers for his work.


    Ausco Modular designs clubhouse for Kalgoorlie Golf Course

    Ausco Modular designed, constructed and installed a new clubhouse at the Kalgoorlie Golf Course, one of the top 10 desert golf courses in the world.


    2016 ATW Tapestry Design Prize for Architects winners announced

    Architect Justin Hill has been awarded the $5,000 first prize in the Australian Tapestry Workshop’s 2016 Tapestry Design Prize for Architects.


    Smart meters: what and why?

    A must read guide to smart meters– the building monitoring technology sweeping the construction industry behind the scenes.


    Collins and Turner’s design for new Matt Moran restaurant in Barangaroo gets approval

    The design by Sydney-based studio Collins and Turner for a new restaurant in Barangaroo South has been approved by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment.


    Emporium Melbourne architect grabs promotion at Buchan Group

    The Buchan Group announces the promotion of Ashley Sheppard to Principal, cementing the firm’s ongoing commitment to investing in outstanding future leadership.


    Distinguished architect joins UTS School of Architecture faculty

    Australian architect Brian Zulaikha has been appointed to the UTS Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building as an adjunct professor in the School of Architecture.


    Woods Bagot appointments align with restructured education sector

    Woods Bagot has restructured their in-house education sector with the new leadership appointments expected to establish stronger ownership and drive buoyant growth across their portfolio.


    The plug and play city: how shipping containers are changing infrastructure

    The humble shipping container is sparking a revolution in architecture, plug and play infrastructure, portable labs and many other innovations.


    New infographic examines design responsibilities for minimising the risk of legionella in healthcare

    Legionella is a lingering, ever-present bacterium which, in the right breeding conditions poses a significant health risk, causing fever, chills, a cough and shortness of breath and can be potentially fatal. Hospitals are one of the highest risk environments for legionella where the large and complex water systems required is coupled with the more vulnerable conditions of the patients within.


    The latest skylights available in Australia and when to use them

    A guide for specifying Australian skylights to let the light in and stand the test of Australian conditions.


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