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    News Archive for September 2018

    Crone promotes eight architects to its senior ranks

    Crone Architects has appointed Ashley Dennis to principal – Design, Architecture while the introduction of Paul Brace and Martin Stacey will provide new leadership to the team.

    Sustainability Live set to answer the hard questions

    Tickets are selling fast for the 2018 Sustainability Live panel event on Thursday 11 October, 2018.

    Doing good together

    At Tarkett, we help you to create healthier spaces by making sustainable flooring that is good for people and good for the environment.

    Major EcoSoft carpet tile installation at CubeOne office recycles almost 1/4M PET bottles

    A recent installation of Carpets Inter carpet tiles with EcoSoft backing at an office helped divert 239,500 recycled PET bottles from landfill and the ocean.

    Privatising WestConnex is the biggest waste of public funds for corporate gain in Australian history

    The NSW government has confirmed it will sell 51 percent of WestConnex — the nation’s biggest road infrastructure project — to a consortium led by Transurban, the nation’s biggest toll road corporation.

    Kurri Kurri Bowling Club installs expandable shutters for security and compliance

    The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) recently installed their expandable security shutters at the Kurri Kurri Bowling Club near Cessnock in the Hunter Valley.

    Last run of Brightgreen’s Limited Edition Stowe White LEDs

    Brightgreen announces the final run of their 2018 Limited Edition Stowe White LEDs.

    New Blueline bubbler and bottle filler range reducing plastic bottle waste

    Enware Australia gives a massive boost to the sustainability campaign with their new Blueline bubbler and bottle filler range helping people stay hydrated while promoting reusability of drink bottles.

    2018 Sustainability Awards finalist: Anderson Architecture

    The Shed is a detached secondary dwelling house, fundamentally influenced by thermal and solar passive design principles and sustainable technologies.

    2018 Sustainability Awards set to be bigger and better than last year

    On 26 October in 2017, some of our best architects, builders, developers, designers, specifiers and more gathered in Sydney to celebrate sustainability and those who promote it.

    2018 Sustainability Award finalist: Passive Butterfly

    The driving force behind the ‘Passive Butterfly’ home was to create an exemplar for transforming heritage Australian homes into beautiful and super-efficient passive houses for the 21st century, whilst retaining the heritage aspects of the building.

    Porcelain tiles add 5-star hotel vibe to commercial office lobby in Brisbane

    Wall and floor tiles from Beaumont Tiles were installed in the lobby of the commercial office building at 10 Felix Street, Brisbane, QLD.

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