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    Salisbury Community Hub
    Salisbury Community Hub

    Salisbury is a growing suburb in Adelaide’s north. As part of a major revitalisation project, the City of Salisbury Council looked to create a Community Hub; an ‘adaptable, flexible and agile’ precinct. To deliver the design vision, leading aluminium and glass fabricators, Aluco, customised the thermally broken framing to meet anticipated building loads and glazing spans.


    Sustainability journey – What’s changed?
    Sustainability journey – What’s changed?

    For many corporations, sustainability is simply the latest consumer trend; but, for a select few, it’s a core value that influences every single aspect of their business. When John Creighton designed what is now called the Stormtech 65ARG40 Slimline linear drain, in 1995, he created a product that was of the highest quality, durable and, as a result, sustainable.


    Q+A with Kathryn Walker from Knauf
    Q+A with Kathryn Walker from Knauf

    For many organisations, H&S and sustainability couldn’t be more disparate, but for Kathryn Walker, National Work Health & Safety and Sustainability Manager at Knauf, the two go hand-in-hand.


    Q+A with Ross Baynham from Alspec
    Q+A with Ross Baynham from Alspec

    In this Q+A session, Alspec’s National Specification Manager, Ross Baynham, reveals how the company is setting its sights on creating more sustainable solutions for windows and doors, as well as its ambitious ‘marginal gains’ approach to becoming a leader in sustainable business practices.


    Designing for durability, longevity and sustainability with James Hardie
    Designing for durability, longevity and sustainability with James Hardie

    A key factor in designing sustainable spaces is specifying materials that last, add to the durability of the structure and minimise energy requirements of the project.


    Pushing the building envelope: Sustainable facade systems with James Hardie’s RAB™ Board
    Pushing the building envelope: Sustainable facade systems with James Hardie’s RAB™ Board

    Pushing the Building Envelope: Sustainable Facade Systems with James Hardie’s RAB™ Board.


    Knauf takes the lead in achieving carbon neutrality
    Knauf takes the lead in achieving carbon neutrality

    For more than a decade Knauf has reduced its carbon emissions in the complete lifecycle of manufacturing plasterboard in Australia - from the supply of raw materials to end of life.


    Reducing the carbon footprint in Barangaroo project
    Reducing the carbon footprint in Barangaroo project

    Knauf Australia is proud to have been involved with the Barangaroo Development in Sydney, completed in 2015.


    James Hardie Q+A with Tim Elliot
    James Hardie Q+A with Tim Elliot

    Architecture and Design is pleased to have James Hardie as the official sponsor of the ‘Commercial Architecture (Large)’ category at the 2019 Sustainability Awards.


    Interface is paving a path to carbon neutrality by measuring progress with EcoMetrics™
    Interface is paving a path to carbon neutrality by measuring progress with EcoMetrics™

    Over the last 25 years, Interface has been working tirelessly to achieve their Mission Zero goals to eliminate all negative impact on the environment by 2020.


    Interface’s ReEntry® model: Creating a circular economy one carpet at a time
    Interface’s ReEntry® model: Creating a circular economy one carpet at a time

    Interface’s ReEntry® recycling model keeps waste from going into landfill by reusing reclaimed materials on an ongoing basis.


    Q+A with Tom Fisher from Zip Water
    Q+A with Tom Fisher from Zip Water

    With a commitment to excellence and environmental awareness, Zip has joined the Sustainability Awards program for the third year running, sponsoring the evening’s most anticipated award, Best of the Best.


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