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    News Archive for March 2017

    Seeley prepares for the winter with 5 new products

    Seeley International announces the launch of five new products as part of their annual winter campaign.


    Design panel to help East Sydney Councils shape urban environments

    A new Design Excellence Panel (DEP) has been set up by two East Sydney councils to review and provide guidance on upcoming projects in the area.


    Russell Acton to deliver keynote at Perth timber conference

    The 18-storey Brock Commons Tallwood House in Vancouver, Canada, the tallest contemporary mass wood building in the world, will be the focus of the keynote speech by architect Russell Acton at the upcoming Built Evolution Conference in Perth next month.


    Cyclone Debbie: we can design cities to withstand these natural disasters

    What happens after Cyclone Debbie is a familiar process. It has been repeated many times in cities around the world. The reason is that our cities are not designed for these types of events.


    Designing an airport for birds: McGregor Coxall's Adrian McGregor

    Adrian McGregor is the founder and CEO of McGregor Coxall, a multi-disciplinary design firm located in Australia, China and the UK.


    Brisbane in the spotlight: Woods Bagot's Bronwyn McColl on the firm’s northern projects

    Bronwyn McColl is principal, regional hotel sector leader and studio chair for Brisbane at Woods Bagot.


    Two innovative companies, one common goal.

    Corian® basins and washplanes have teamed up with Dyson for a shared approach to solving problems with elegance. The seamless technology offered by Corian® combined with the Airblade™ Tap hand dryer by Dyson is the collaboration between these two iconic brands that has solved one of the most significant problems facing commercial bathrooms.


    City of the future the theme of 2017 International Festival of Landscape Architecture

    The 2017 International Festival of Landscape Architecture: The 3rd City was launched recently by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects in Sydney.


    New ultrathin, ultralight flexible panel to transform solar market

    A new lightweight, ultrathin and flexible solar panel recently introduced to the market by Suntech founder ‘Sun King’ Dr Zhengrong Shi is expected to transform the solar industry with its sheer versatility and performance.


    Transformation of concrete eyesore adopts latest in CLT and Glulam timber tech

    A school in North Strathfield is being rebuilt using prefabricated cross laminated timber (CLT), a development that is expected to bring substantial benefits to the students.


    $200m, 45-storey tower in Surfers Paradise to join the skinny building revolution

    A 154-metre tall luxury residential tower has been proposed by Brisbane-based developer Golden Gate Property on a Wharf Road site in Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast.


    BCA compliant composite panels selected for $190M Australian Defence Force project

    Vitracore G2, a BCA compliant range of aluminium composite panels from Fairview, was specified for the $190-million redevelopment project at the HMAS Albatross defence base in Nowra.


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