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    News Archive for December 2018

    Building in ways that meet the needs of Australia’s remote regions

    A regional approach to building could meet remote community needs and bring about local economic development.

    Sweeping reforms suggested to prevent planning corruption

    A review of NSW’s planning rules has suggested several changes to the existing system with a view to preventing corruption in development applications and approvals.

    Buildcorp’s affordable housing project takes out UDIA award

    An affordable housing project in Newport, Melbourne, designed and built specifically for at-risk women, has won Buildcorp Commercial the UDIA Victoria Award for Excellence in the new public housing category.

    Infrastructure projects dominate new work in November

    Infrastructure projects continue to dominate new project work in both quantity and value, according to the latest Cordell Construction Report released by CoreLogic for November 2018.

    Mark Wilde retires from Architectus

    After over 40 years in architecture, long-serving Architectus director Mark Wilde has announced his retirement.

    Afterlife of the mine: lessons in how towns remake challenging sites

    Old mine sites can provide a foundation for unique urban patterns, functions and transformations, as they have done in the past

    The 2019 INDEs jury is in!

    Since 2016, the INDE.Awards has built a strong and enduring relationship with its Jury – many of whom have returned for three years in a row.

    GBCA welcomes building industry commitment to net zero carbon emissions

    The Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) has welcomed pledges from Dexus, Cbus Property and Nightingale Apartments to the Global Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment, which challenges organisations to achieve net-zero operating carbon emissions by 2030.

    Big River Group expands into Victoria with prefab business acquisition

    Construction industry leader Big River Group announces the acquisition of M.B. Prefab Framing Pty Ltd (MB Prefab) in Geelong, Victoria.

    Central Coast development plan shows huge progress

    An assessment of the NSW Government’s 20-year blueprint for the development of the Central Coast reveals that significant progress has been made in the ongoing delivery of the Regional Plan in the second year.

    New $150M Populous-designed stadium to be built in Melbourne

    Global architectural firm Populous has designed the new stadium being built by the Western Melbourne Group (WMG) for their new club.

    CSR Bradford’s SpacerX - Fastest Spacer for Metal Roofs

    SpacerX improves speed of construction by allowing the spacer and roof clip to be assembled together, and is the fastest roof spacer for concealed fixed metal roofs.

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