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    News Archive for June 2003

    Clear as glass

    With more stringent energy requirements for new residential buildings anticipated nation wide, Energy Efficient Glass has emerged as a godsend for all involved with the building industry.

    Huge shift in housing industry fortunes

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    BTC Booths voted rental company of the year

    BTC Booths Hire has been voted rental company of the year by its peers in the Australian hire and rental industry. The company, which has outlets in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, was announced as the multi-location rental company of the year at the Hire and Rental Industry Association (HRIA) annual conference in mid-May.

    NSW women receive construction awards

    THE WINNER of the 2003 Multiplex Constructions Award for Achievement in Construction has been awarded to Genette Hilton of JML Engineered Facades for the façade of the Christchurch Art Gallery. The award was part of the NSW National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) awards for 2003.

    Select your tradesmen by SMS

    The Australian Building Supplies and Trades Network and CADX announce the release of the new Trade Select service.

    Pocket span table book

    The Timber Promotion Council has released its latest publication in the Pocket Span Table Book, aimed at providing an on-the-job supplement to the timber framing standard, AS1684 Part 2 residential timber framed construction.

    ‘Up and Under’ roof scores for QLD

    The new $280 million Suncorp Stadium redevelopment, formerly known as Lang Park, will transform the comfort of spectators for Rugby League, Rugby Union and Soccer, when completed early in June this year.

    American architect honoured

    An honorary fellowship of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects (RAIA) was conferred on Thompson Penney, president of the American Institute of Architects during the RAIA’s national conference in May.

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