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    $10 million pedestrian link to improve Parramatta access

    A new pedestrian link to be created in the heart of Parramatta will commence construction in the coming months, with the NSW Government pledging $10.6 million to the project.

    Embracing equity at the workplace: Interior designer Nikki Chappell

    We sat down with Nikki to hear how she tackled the gender pay gap, how we can support other women in their careers, and continue to embrace equity within the workplace.

    Woods Bagot selected to design Geelong Convention and Exhibition Centre

    The Plenary Conventions consortium has been selected to deliver the Geelong Convention and Exhibition Centre precinct, with architectural design led by Woods Bagot.

    Cradle to Cradle modulyss carpet tiles – a commitment to sustainability

    modulyss incorporates C2C certification in its Heritage and Artcore collections, proving that flooring can be both sustainable and visually striking.

    Designing for safety, comfort and wellbeing in healthcare environments

    As a manufacturer of high-quality facade panels, EQUITONE can provide hospitals with the materials they need to create a welcoming and aesthetically pleasing facade.

    Shaping cities through well-designed transport hubs

    John McAslan believes well-designed transport hubs are not only about improving traveller experience but also play a critical role in shaping cities.

    Plus Architecture-designed Scape Toowong represents new vision for student accommodation

    Given the increasing shortage of affordable and appropriate housing in Australia, purpose-built student accommodation is expected to revolutionise the housing sector by providing a long-term solution.

    Aodeli’s MAP makes the right connection at The Lume exhibition in Melbourne

    AODELI’s new mirror aluminium panel (MAP) was chosen to assist with a design challenge at the new Connection exhibition at The Lume in Melbourne.

    Design Partnership – Designing for behaviour

    Design Partnership specialises in design for behaviour. They have learned that in order to design successful venues, they needed to place predictive human behaviour at the heart of what they do.

    Why Australian Made lockers are better than imported lockers

    In this article, we’ll look at the benefits of buying an Australian made locker over an imported option, and why it’s worth considering when making your next locker purchase.

    NSW Government to quickly boost housing supply as figures reach critical juncture

    NSW Premier Chris Minns says that an increase to housing supply has reached “urgent” levels, with the state staring down the barrel of being 130,000 homes short over the next five years.

    Battery boost confirmed for two of NSW’s REZs

    Some 100,000 homes will be the beneficiary of a new NSW Government scheme with two new batteries to be installed in the Central-West Orana and Upper Hunter regions.

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