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    News Archive for March 2015

    Total Facilities 2015 concludes; several exhibitors commit to 2016 event

    The 2015 edition of the Total Facilities exhibition organised by Diversified Communications has successfully concluded in Sydney.


    Tax Discussion Paper to kick-start Australian taxation system reforms: HIA

    The Housing industry Association has welcomed the release of the Tax Discussion Paper by the Federal Treasurer, the Hon Joe Hockey.


    Change the mood without changing rooms

    ​M-Elec offer the flexibility to change from Warm to Neutral and White light outputs with just a flick of the switch. No special wiring needed!


    Sika announces acquisition of Construction Technologies Australia

    Sika Australia announces the acquisition of Construction Technologies Australia (CTA).


    How to get easy funding for stage systems: Select Staging Concepts

    Select Staging Concepts is assisting their customers purchase the right stage system by advising them on the availability of government or council grants.


    Magnetic installs cantilever slide gates and turnstile for perimeter protection at mine site quarry

    Magnetic Automation supplied and installed heavy duty industrial cantilever slide gates and a full height turnstile at a mine site quarry.


    Understanding formaldehyde emissions in plywood: Maxiply

    Formaldehyde is a simple naturally occurring chemical consisting of hydrogen, oxygen and carbon.


    Flexshield supplies industrial curtains for factory zoning at Rolls Royce

    Flexshield was recently contacted by world-leading automobile manufacturer, Rolls Royce to assist with their factory zoning challenges.


    Laminex to give away a $20K kitchen with new Facebook challenge

    Laminex is giving away a $20K kitchen to one lucky Australian via a new Facebook challenge for homeowners with less-than-perfect kitchens.


    2015 Good Design Awards entries live: 23 projects in running for Architectural Design category

    Good Design Australia has released the full list of contenders for this year’s program, with 20 projects in the running for the Architectural Design category.


    Tallest multi-use complex outside Melbourne’s CBD by Peddle Thorp Architects approved

    Designed by Peddle Thorp Architects, The Whitehorse Towers is a mixed-use project comprising two towers.


    Australia’s first high-rise apartments to be constructed with structural steel

    A new 30-storey tower in North Sydney will become the first Australian high-rise residential building to have its floors constructed out of structural steel instead of concrete.


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