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    News Archive for July 2013

    IN PROFILE: UOW's Paul Cooper

    Professor Paul Cooper, director of the Sustainable Buildings Research Centre, University of Wollongong, recently unveiled the Illawarra Flame house – the region's entry in the Solar Decathlon.

    Australian apprentices demand attention in new billboard campaign

    Three young workers hoping for a career in construction are the faces of a billboard initiative aimed at raising awareness of the need for more apprenticeships for locals and fewer workers on 457 overseas temporary work visas.

    ATO scrutiny should not deter Labourers from claiming their entitlements

    H&R Block has warned builder’s labourers to be aware of the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) targeting their occupation for audit activities, but to not be put off from claiming their entitlements in 2013 tax returns.

    Todae Solar completes 175kW solar installations for Clubs across NSW

    Todae Solar has completed two of Australia’s largest rooftop solar systems, totalling 175kW, on the Euston Club & Resort in Euston and the Rules Club in Wagga Wagga.

    New DriveCore Installation series amplifiers from Crown

    The new Crown DriveCore Installation series amplifiers have been launched to supplement its CTS line of installation amplifiers.

    New trend for spring – back to the basics with terracotta

    Monier Roofing has brought terracotta into the modern day with the Nouveau and Nullarbor tiles.

    7 colours to be discontinued in Caesarstone Classico range

    Caesarstone will be introducing new designs in the Classico collection of quartz surfaces in the coming months.

    BIS Shrapnel forecasts building industry growth

    BIS Shrapnel announces the availability of its new report on the Australian building industry, Building in Australia 2013-2028.

    Galintel J-Bar steel shelf beam

    Nepean Building & Infrastructure presents the Galintel J-Bar shelf beam designed for cavity walls in double brick or brick veneer with timber trusses.

    Biomedical research leaves impression on custom-made carpet at TRI

    Ontera's custom-made Envisions carpet has been used throughtout the Translational Research Institute in Brisbane.

    Platform Lift Company goes beyond capital cities

    Platform Lift Company has established its national credentials by installing its wheelchair disability and mobility access lifts at various locations across Australia.

    New bedroom ceiling fans from Hunter

    The Hunter Fan Company has introduced a new range of ceiling fans ideal for smaller spaces such as the bedroom or the study.

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