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    NAPEAN structural steel features on latest Sydney high-rise
    NAPEAN structural steel features on latest Sydney high-rise

    Sitting amongst the mostly grey buildings along one of the busiest streets in Sydney is a splash of bright red, blue and yellow zigzagging up to the sky. The colourful, NAPEAN steel beams frame the newest kid on the high-rise block, 8 Chifley Square.


    Practical solutions deliver energy savings and cash rebate to 89 York Street
    Practical solutions deliver energy savings and cash rebate to 89 York Street

    Solutions to reduce energy use of the building at 89 York St have been implemented and delivered with better than expected results.


    The Mabel Fidler Building, Ravenswood School for Girls by BVN Donovan Hill
    The Mabel Fidler Building, Ravenswood School for Girls by BVN Donovan Hill

    The design of the Mabel Fidler Building capitalises on functionality and practicality, with BVN Donovan Hill making use of materials that are potential learning tools in themselves.


    Australian homes open their doors for Sustainable House Day
    Australian homes open their doors for Sustainable House Day

    Sunday 8th September saw over 150 houses and display homes across Australia open their doors to the public for Sustainable House Day.


    Sika delivers specialty surfaces for Perth’s newest sport and entertainment complex
    Sika delivers specialty surfaces for Perth’s newest sport and entertainment complex

    Sikafloor systems have been applied across 8000 square metres of the new Perth Arena, a multi-purpose events stadium catering for up to 15,500 patrons.


    Expressions of interest for Vivid Ideas Sydney 2014
    Expressions of interest for Vivid Ideas Sydney 2014

    NSW Deputy Premier and Minister for Trade and Investment, Andrew Stoner has called for expressions of interest from the world’s leading creative industry thought leaders, businesses and practitioners to take part in next year’s Vivid Ideas, the industry and business events pillar of Vivid Sydney.


    Public asked to review draft standard Chain of custody for forest products
    Public asked to review draft standard Chain of custody for forest products

    Public comment is being sought on a revised draft Australian Standard for Chain of custody of forest products (AS4707), the standard that underpins the traceability of wood from well-managed forests into the wood and paper products.


    Popular Sydney buildings set for an energy upgrade
    Popular Sydney buildings set for an energy upgrade

    An energy efficiency upgrade to eight of the City of Sydney’s most visited community buildings will reportedly save enough electricity to power 55 homes for a year.


    Queensland major civil and engineering construction work to decline by 53%
    Queensland major civil and engineering construction work to decline by 53%

    A mid-term snap shot on the outlook for major engineering construction projects and activity in Queensland, undertaken by BIS Shrapnel, has found the State’s civil and engineering construction industry is headed for more challenging times than previously expected.


    The American Hardwood Export Council opens up membership to overseas partners
    The American Hardwood Export Council opens up membership to overseas partners

    With new figures showing exports of American hardwood to Australia having increased in value and volume, the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) has introduced an overseas partner membership.


    Victorian building permits up on 2012
    Victorian building permits up on 2012

    The Victorian Building Authority’s (VBA) industry data from January 2013 to 31 July 2013 showed the value of the state’s building permit activity was $13.4 billion, a 3.3 percent increase on the same period in 2012.


    Award-winning St Honore Bakery opens with Helioscreen awnings
    Award-winning St Honore Bakery opens with Helioscreen awnings

    Helioscreen awnings have been used in the new St Honore Bakery shop in Edgecliff.


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