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    News Archive for January 2024

    Bridgerail bridge barriers deliver safety to Northern Rivers Rail Trail

    Moddex had the privilege of working with Hazell Bros (QLD) to design and install customised configurations of our proprietary Bridgerail bridge barriers with hardwood timber post coverings.


    Assorted panels in bespoke sizes lend atmosphere to NBN Sydney HQ interiors

    Vital technical support was provided by SAS International for the installation of ceilings over three distinct areas at the new NBN head office in Sydney.


    Customisable printable wallcoverings by DreamScape

    Wallcoverings have long been popular with interior designers and architects, offering a practical and aesthetically pleasing way to transform a space.


    Metal ceilings elevating commercial design

    Imagine a ceiling that's as tough as it is beautiful, a silent guardian against noise pollution, and a champion of sustainability. That's the magic of metal ceilings.


    Six Degrees retains heritage facade for Beulah’s Brunswick offering

    Beulah has confirmed it has received development approval for a 23-townhouse development in Brunswick, designed by Six Degrees Architects.


    Affordable MIT adjustment could deliver 10,000 homes at no additional cost: Property Council

    Research commissioned by the Property Council has found that a reduction in the managed investment trust (MIT) withholding tax rate paid by developers could result in an additional 10,000 affordable dwellings in the next decade.


    QLD groups congregate to call for renewable energy funding for social housing

    Despite soaring temperatures throughout the summer months, the Federal Government is still yet to provide funding to Queensland to assist in improving energy efficiency in social housing.


    Concern grows for future of Powerhouse Ultimo

    The Public Service Association (PSA) has pleaded with the NSW Government to provide clarity on the future of Powerhouse Ultimo, with plans currently in place to close the institution indefinitely this weekend.


    Do we want a wind farm outside our window? What Australians think about the net zero transition

    A paradox lies at the heart of Australian public opinion about climate change. While there is clear general support for substantial government action to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, there is also strong concern about the local impacts of new renewable energy infrastructure.


    Expandable barriers for emergency hire or rental a hit among leading Australian retailers

    Trackless expandable barriers from The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) are becoming the ‘go-to’ solution for national retailers who are struggling on a regular basis to secure their retail shopfronts.


    Window trend for 2024

    To achieve this modern look and the connection to nature while still creating a comfortable indoor environment, the thermal performance is important with double or triple glazing and high-performance frames.


    Perth’s C6 Tower set to become ‘tallest timber building’ in Australia

    With the C6 Tower in Perth receiving the green light, the stage is set for the project to become the world’s tallest hybrid timber building.


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