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    News Archive for January 2010

    Switchable privacy glass for Hospitals available from Record Automated Doors

    Switchable privacy glass from Record Automated Doors is a reliable and durable electronic smart glass product.


    Australian Disabled Access Consultants negotiate disabled and wheelchair access for the 3 Swallows Hotel in Bankstown

    Australian Disabled Access Consultants recently supplied disabled and wheelchair access design advice for the 3 Swallows Hotel in Bankstown.


    Euroclad’s copper cladding proving popular in Queensland

    Euroclad on the Gold Coast, Queensland is fast becoming a popular installer of copper cladding products.


    Floor safety treatments from Grip Guard Non Slip can help to prevent accidents in the workplace

    Slip and fall accidents are one of the most prevalent workplace accidents.


    Swela awning fabrics from Markilux inspired by nature

    The newly released collection of awning fabrics from Markilux, represented in Australia by Markilux Australia, has been inspired by nature.


    Company from the Zumtobel brand stages lighting show for Burj Khalifa launch

    Spacecannon, a company of the Zumtobel Lighting brand, recently staged a spectacular lighting show for the impressive launch of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, UAE.


    Activist architects needed to block Heathrow's third runway

    In a radical competition, Greenpeace is challenging architects to don arms and design an "impenetrable fortress" that will block Heathrow's T3 expansion. Andrew Maynard comments on his entry and the Australian architect as rebel.


    Forestry taskforce created

    The Forest Products Commission will return to focusing on its core business of supplying wood to the forestry industry.


    Aussie firm involved in Korean amusement park

    A team led by AECOM, which drew from its Melbourne, New York and San Francisco studios, has won an international competition for a concept design and feasibility study for Seoul Grand Park in Korea.


    A snapshot of Australia's water and energy use

    A new report released from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has found that Australians are using less water but more energy.


    Green lessons at Green Cities 2010

    Green Cities 2010 will be used by property and environmental industry leaders to tackle the issue of greenhouse gas production in Australian cities, estimated to account for 70 per cent of the country's greenhouse gas output.


    Boral's hardwood decks out Melbourne Convention Centre

    Melbourne’s South Wharf project has been completed, adding a further dimension to the $1.4 billion Convention Centre development.


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