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    News Archive for November 2011

    OHS harmonisation training with AlertForce

    AlertForce offers their OHS harmonisation online training that teaches the new additions from the OHS Harmonisation Work Health and Safety Act.

    French garden bench from Christophe Living

    Christophe Living presents their range of French provincial and Louis style outdoor furniture with the French garden bench.

    Miller MiniLite fall limiters available from Honeywell Safety Products

    Available from Honeywell Safety Products, the MiniLite is an 11 foot self-retracting web lanyard with a quick-activating braking system that limits free falls.

    ModWood Technologies offers a wood composite decking solution which is environmentally sound

    ModWood Technologies' range of wood composite decking is manufactured from recycled milk container and non-virgin pine products.

    Roof tiles from Monier Wunderlich

    A.B. Roof Tiling, a dedicated CSR Roofing Specialist recently installed a roof using tiles from the Monier Wunderlich range.

    Nuplex Revathane coatings for concrete floors

    Revathane from Nuplex Construction Products is a range of concrete floor coatings formulated to deliver an attractive, glossy finish to complement building and decorative designs.

    IN PROFILE: Chris Paterson from Populous talks sports venues

    Chris Paterson speaks to A&D about the challenges of design sporting stadiums, a sustainable halo and why he admires the work of Herzog De Meuron.

    Design Challenge 2012: Cosentino invites Australians entries

    Cosentino Group is inviting Australian design, architecture and interior architecture students to enter its annual global competition.

    Triple-tower approved on Gold Coast: DBI Design and Oppenheim Architecture+Design

    A $950m triple-tower resort with 45 levels named the Jewel has been given the green light at Surfers Paradise on Queensland’s Gold Coast.

    Future of design: Modelling a virtual Australia

    A true-to-life computer model of the physical Australia including all aspects of the entire built environment might aid all future design, from the smallest renovation through to major buildings and masterplans.

    Troppo Architects reveal winning design for new Northern Territory city

    Troppo Architects have won a Northern Territory Government competition to design a future tropical city.

    Safety agreement signed for NSW Government construction

    WorkCover NSW and NSW Public Works have signed an interagency agreement to improve consistency in workplace health and safety standards across more than a billion dollars of public assets.

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