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    Bestseller Altro Walkway 20 turns 30
    Bestseller Altro Walkway 20 turns 30

    Even decades later after its launch, Altro Walkway continues to be Altro’s bestselling product with its longevity outlasting everything that trended at the time.


    Are the tech giants taking over as your city leaders?
    Are the tech giants taking over as your city leaders?

    Global tech players such as Amazon, Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon – the so-called Big Four, or GAFA – Airbnb and Tesla are redefining work, mobility, leisure and the everyday of how we live.


    Torquay school installs S05 retractable security doors during upgrade
    Torquay school installs S05 retractable security doors during upgrade

    Retractable security doors from The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) were recently installed at the Lisieux Catholic Primary School in Torquay, Victoria.


    RAND Logistics cold store DC in VIC features Kingspan’s UltraTemp panels
    RAND Logistics cold store DC in VIC features Kingspan’s UltraTemp panels

    Kingspan Insulated Panels supplied their UltraTemp panels for a new cold store distribution centre built by refrigerated logistics specialists RAND Logistics.


    Siemens system simplifies control of fire detection system at Sydney heritage hotel
    Siemens system simplifies control of fire detection system at Sydney heritage hotel

    A brand new technologically advanced fire protection system was installed at the InterContinental Hotel in Sydney, Australia to replace the existing outdated system.


    P&C Association gifts a Quattro stage to Crown Street Public School
    P&C Association gifts a Quattro stage to Crown Street Public School

    Crown Street Public School is now the proud owner of an Australian made Quattro portable stage and access ramp, provided by the Crown Street P&C Association.


    Viridian performance glazing in atrium creates a vibrant workplace at 5 Martin Place
    Viridian performance glazing in atrium creates a vibrant workplace at 5 Martin Place

    The office tower at 5 Martin Place, Sydney is representative of a new workplace design trend that’s defined by cavernous atria and light-filled floor plates.


    BVN radically changes its leadership structure
    BVN radically changes its leadership structure

    BVN has changed its leadership team, swapping one CEO with two, with principals Neil Logan and Ninotschka Titchkosky becoming co-CEOs of the global BVN studio, effective January 2019.


    Looking past the hype about 'trackless trams'
    Looking past the hype about 'trackless trams'

    The optically guided bus is the latest in a long line of initiatives to repackage the bus as premium rail-derived technology. The name “trackless trams”, the vehicle design, and the modest deployment costs all have broad appeal. The concept has gained traction in Australia, with prominent advocates including Professor Peter Newman.


    New plan revealed for Sydney’s inner-west
    New plan revealed for Sydney’s inner-west

    A revised draft plan has been released for Rhodes in Sydney’s inner-west, including more public open space, a site for a new local school, greater pedestrian access and more jobs in the area.


    GHDWoodhead appoints new architecture director
    GHDWoodhead appoints new architecture director

    GHDWoodhead has appointed Paul de Podolinsky as director of architecture in Victoria, where he will focus on the tertiary education, science, institutional, cultural and commercial sectors.


    UNSW to get new health facility in Randwick
    UNSW to get new health facility in Randwick

    A new hub for multi-disciplinary medical, education, training and research will be established at the Randwick Hospital Campus under a new partnership between UNSW Sydney and the NSW Government.


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