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    News Archive for May 2017

    Outdoor spaces a big draw in the property market

    Simon Pilcher of McGrath Inner West observes that the addition of an outdoor living area leading off the indoor entertaining area can make a big difference to the overall value of the home.


    9 reasons Decker is the right environmental choice for your decking

    Decking solutions from Decker Composite Decking are environmentally on a strong wicket with the composite decking delivering significant advantages over conventional timber decking products.


    All about terracotta, concrete and composite roof tiles

    A leading Australian roofing company, Monier Roofing offers a comprehensive range of roof tiles in a versatile choice of profiles, colours and materials.


    The compelling benefits of timber construction, and challenges

    Timber can help manage a site better with less noise, mess and dust, and more safety.


    Engineered floor seamlessly connects indoor-outdoor spaces in Portsea home

    An engineered flooring product from Market Timbers has been installed in a home in Point King, Portsea, Victoria, fitting in perfectly with the seaside location.


    Woodgrain finish facade panels that won’t age or warp

    A timber finish on any surface has an ageless and elegant appeal.


    Brisbane’s $600m precinct honoured internationally

    South City Square, a $600 million lifestyle precinct in Brisbane’s Woolloongabba has won the highly-commended category (Asia Pacific Region) for best mixed-use development at the 2017 International Property Awards.


    ImagInk ceramic printing now expands artistic possibilities with DigiGlass in-glass printing

    Cooling Bros Glass Co announces the addition of DigiGlass in-glass printing to their mix of decorative glass products.


    Victoria wants better designed social housing

    The Victorian Government has sought the involvement of industry stakeholders for the delivery of affordable social housing at various locations across inner Melbourne.


    $1.2b, 103-storey mixed-use project approved for Gold Coast

    A mixed-use project for the Gold Coast’s Surfers Paradise has been approved, and is set to be one of the tallest residential buildings in the Southern Hemisphere.


    Hospital design a specialisation that is critical to saving lives says report

    Studies indicate that miscommunication is responsible for up to 80 per cent of medical errors. In the hectic setting of the Emergency Department (ED), the design of a hospital can literally be the difference between life and death.


    Perth riverfront twin-towers to get some New York flavour

    West Australia’s Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority (MRA) has received an application for a new development to be constructed in Elizabeth Quay, on the banks of the city’s iconic Swan River.


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