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    News Archive for May 2019

    Mobile preschool bringing education to remote areas in Tumbarumba

    Puggles Mobile Children’s Services Van brings early childhood education and care to six regional and remote areas of the extended Tumbarumba region.

    Deakin Uni investigating CLT properties

    Deakin University has begun an investigation into Australian-made Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) with the results expected to reveal the full potential of this environmentally-friendly construction material.

    Ci’s ‘can do’ spirit gets the job done

    As the AV technology partner to Australia’s leading mining companies, Corporate Initiatives (Ci) is often called upon to install or service their equipment in extremely remote areas.

    Decorative timber panels meeting design needs in aged care environments

    The residential aged care sector in Australia has come a long way from the institutional models of the past with today’s modern facilities set in master planned communities and designed to offer a high quality of life.

    Parramatta’s new $280 million innovation hub plans open for discussion

    Plans of Parramatta’s new $280 million Engineering Innovation Hub have been revealed with the NSW Government calling on locals to have their say on the new precinct.

    2040: hope and action in the climate crisis

    It was framed as “the climate election”, yet Australia returned a government with climate policies that make the task of building a zero-emissions, safe climate Australia even harder.

    Helping to increase indigenous participation in construction

    Australia’s construction industry is not normally known as being a champion of diversity.

    Cost of construction highest in Sydney

    Arcadis’ latest International Construction Costs Report 2019 reveals that Sydney tops the list of most expensive cities in Australia for construction.

    Ensuring safety by identifying risks in design

    Unsafe design was responsible for 188 work-related fatalities from 2006 to 2011, says Safe Work Australia.

    Architects and engineers say they expect pay rises

    The latest edition of the Hays Salary Guide indicates that there will be pay increases in the building, construction, engineering and property industries.

    Rothelowman to design $70m apartment precinct in Rosebery

    Stockland is seeking approval for the development of a new Rothelowman-designed apartment precinct in the inner city suburb of Rosebery, Sydney.

    Understanding High CRI lighting

    Lighting design is all about choosing the right fittings for the project, placement of these fittings, different designs, lux levels, compliance, wiring and control requirements, and very importantly, the quality of light output.

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