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    News Archive for May 2007

    Range of pavers and cobblestones from Amber

    In a unique blending of natural resources and European style, a West Australian company has developed a complete range of pavers and cobblestones using reconstituted local limestone.

    Heggies expands its Environmental Services to Perth

    Heggies has continued the implementation of its geographical expansion strategy by opening a Perth office in April 2007. Heggies has offices in Perth, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Newcastle, Wollongong & Singapore and it can service its clients Australia Wide.

    Clockwork Projects refits Hamon Australia’s office

    Clockwork Projects new office fitout success is Hamon Australia.

    MHouse gate and door automation systems from Downee

    MHouse gate and door automation systems have voltage robust operators designed to look good in any domestic application.

    Boom acquires GM Baden and Moorland Hire

    Crane maintenance has suffered from a lack of sufficient expertise.

    Austech releases Duraflo Gable Vents and Gable Windows

    Austech has released Duraflo Gable Vents and Gable Windows onto Australian market.

    Autodesk Inventor and Autodesk AliasStudio fuel green automobile design

    Autodesk, Inc. has announced that Palumbo Motorcar Company of America, a bold new car design and manufacturing company, is using Autodesk Inventor software and Autodesk AliasStudio software to design a high-performance, environmentally friendly concept car called the Palumbo M-80.

    New range of timber entry door handles from Barben Industries

    Barben Industries has combined unique hardwood timbers and solid stainless steel components to provide modern warm designs.

    Cat’s M-Series features joystick control

    Caterpillar applied for more than 100 new patents while developing the new M-Series motor graders.

    Landmark restroom for Tumut Shire

    The Falling Leaf Festival (27-28 April) in Tumut attracts large numbers of visitors to the town. In preparing for the 2007 festival, Council decided to install restroom facilities in Bila Park. A Landmark restroom was chosen for the project.

    Clear-Com communication systems deliver reliability at Asian Games

    Australian-based specialist Ian Anderson of Mitech Design was contracted by David Atkins Enterprises, producers of the ceremonies for Asian Games, to design the communications.

    Marblo custom sheet sizes available

    More options are available with Marblo custom sheet sizes as well as a large range of thicknesses.

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