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    News Archive for November 2017

    New competition asks Victorians to design a difference

    A new design competition from the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is placing a spotlight on current social, environmental, cultural and community issues.


    Stunning balustrade with Kaynemaile mesh links three floors at Wellington office

    Kaynemaile™ developed a custom balustrading solution for a three-storey stairwell in an existing office in Wellington.


    Cooling car parks with Kaynemaile Armour

    Architectural façade product Kaynemaile Armour™ gives significant solar reduction combined with a wide scope for design – all while maintaining visual transparency.


    Gold Coast sports and leisure centre goes gold

    As the countdown for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games begins, the Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre is emerging as the centrepiece of the newly revitalised Carrara Sports Precinct.


    Is the cladding on your building combustible?

    Cladding products are making news across the world with several fire incidents directly traced to combustible cladding installed in the affected buildings.


    Tesla honours its battery agreement bet with South Australia

    Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s vow to install the world’s largest lithium-ion battery storage system in South Australia within a 100-day window has been honoured, with the company has completing construction of its 100 MW/129 MWh Powerpack system at the Neoen’s Hornsdale Wind Farm near Jamestown.


    Kooringal Golf Club gets a commercial security screen from ATDC

    A commercial security screen from The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) was installed at the well-known Kooringal Golf Club in Altona, Melbourne to divide a large function room.


    3M anti-graffiti window film: The first line of defence against defacement

    The 3M anti-graffiti window film available from Sunscreen Window Tinting offers the first line of defence against damage for a wide range of surfaces from bathroom mirrors to public transport.


    Hercules unit achieves 40 percent energy savings at Narellan, NSW shopping centre

    A newly installed Hercules air conditioning system from Actron Air achieved significant savings in energy consumption compared to a two-stage fixed speed air conditioner during a study conducted at a shopping centre in Narellan, NSW.


    Louvre windows complement glazing elements at Bondi Junction apartments

    Safetyline Jalousie louvre windows were specified by the architects for a new apartment project in Bondi Junction, NSW to meet aesthetic, functional and safety objectives.


    Adelaide pouring billions into infrastructure to help offset Holden closure job losses

    South Australia has proposed building a $44 million Community Hub that would create 150 new jobs as one way of bringing Adelaide into the new post-Holden era.


    Low maintenance and slip resistance prioritised in floor selection at Darwin college

    Two vinyl sheet flooring ranges from Armstrong Flooring Pty Ltd were specified for the Casuarina Secondary College in Darwin, Northern Territory.


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