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    News Archive for February 2011

    MiTek TrussSpacers Improve Safety Onsite While Working at Heights

    MiTek Australia fabricator Trussmaster (NSW) recommended TrussSpacers to a valued customer who wanted to improve onsite safety for their contractors working at heights.


    Mulford Plastics announces Greg Munneke as State Manager for Victoria and Tasmania

    Mulford Plastics is pleased to announce the appointment of Greg Munneke as the new State Manager for Victoria and Tasmania effective April 4, 2011.


    CASE Construction Equipment launch new Construction King Super T Series loader backhoes

    CASE Construction Equipment recently launched its brand new Construction King Super T Series loader backhoes at construction equipment exhibition ACE Expo.


    Axi-Lume balustrade systems available from Axiom Design

    Available from Axiom Design, Axi-Lume balustrade systems are designed to cut costs and have been successfully installed for companies such as ABD Group and Hickory.


    GECA (Green) approved Bamboo handrails available from Novaproducts Global

    Bamboo is a rapidly renewable resource, meaning that its GECA certified label makes it a suitable environmentally friendly product.


    Waterproof PVC sails available from Pattons Awnings

    Available from Pattons Awnings, waterproof sails provide the perfect defence against rain and heat and also offer an attractive addition to residential or commercial properties.


    Millions view David Fisher's rotating tower [video]

    The shape-shifting Dynamic Architecture building by David Fisher is proving to be the world's most popular online architectural viewing experience.


    Green product info site by ecospecifer goes free-to-air

    Green building product resource ecospecifier has launched a new website with free access to display its new GreenTag GreenRate GBCA recognised product certification.


    MIT professor and architect Nader Tehrani lectures at University of Melbourne

    The Melbourne School of Design will launch a lecture series on March 22, starting with a public lecture by award-winning American architect Nader Tehrani.


    Wallpaper makes comeback in Brisbane

    A Brisbane-based design agency opened last year, banking on the revival of the wallpaper trend - and it looks like it has worked out.


    Housing affordability falls, yet building activity poised for growth

    Housing affordability is down, but interest rate stability may pave the way for new home building activity, according to the HIA.


    Stone cladding from CraftStone turns a home into more than the usual

    Those seeking to turn their dwelling into something grand with the elegance provided by different stones, minus the high cost, may consider stone cladding from CraftStone Australia.


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