Talking Architecture & Design Podcast (Episode 52)
Koichi Takada talks about sustainable design and how COVID-19 has forever changed how we work ...
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Peel Away products were specified for the restoration of the Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne.
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'Balancing health and heritage: The safe method in heritage surface restoration and conservation' provides a summary of the rise of heritage restoration and adaptive reuse projects in Australia and a critical examination of the risks inherent to traditional methods of surface restoration such as grinding, blasting, burning and sanding and their impact on public health, safety, and the environment.
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Peel Away used to strip state heritage-listed steel water tank in Sydney’s North
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Asbestos paint removed from Crown Group building with Peel Away 8
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Lead paint removed on Auckland Harbour Bridge with Peel Away 1
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Remedial work at heritage correctional centre uses Peel Away to remove lead paint
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The Ultimo, Sydney restored with Peel Away 8
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Peel Away 8 has been specified for a paint stripping application on brickwork and timber surfaces at a heritage listed warehouse building in Sydney.
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