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    News Archive for January 2016

    Meridian condensing hot water heaters installed at Geelong Grammar to heat pool efficiently

    Automatic Heating supplied two Meridian condensing hot water heaters to Geelong Grammar’s indoor sports facility as an energy efficient solution for heating the swimming pool.


    New Hotel LED rail wall protector featuring a stylish design and high impact resistance

    Novaproducts Global introduces a customisable wall protector that combines a stylish design with high impact resistance and flexibility.


    ATDC safety barriers restricting access to heavy plant and machinery, preventing injury

    The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) offers safety barriers designed to restrict access to heavy plant and machinery in industrial environments.


    SPARTACOTE expert explains installation of residential concrete coatings chip systems for garages

    SPARTACOTE concrete coatings subject matter expert, Ben Grier explains the process of installing SPARTACOTE FLEX PURE chip system for residential garages.


    Spantech constructs large workshop for truck servicing company in Burleigh Heads, Qld

    Spantech designed and constructed a large mechanical workshop to suit all types of heavy vehicles for Advanced Truck Service & Spares located in in Burleigh Heads, Qld.


    Altair power louvre windows allow light and air into newly renovated Sydney home

    Breezway Altair power louvre windows were installed in a newly renovated home located in Queens Park, Sydney.


    Siemens regional trains supplied to Sochi, Russia with Altro Transflor safety flooring

    Altro Transflor safety flooring was installed in 54 Desiro RUS series trains supplied by Siemens to support the expansion of the regional transport infrastructure in Sochi, Russia.


    Grimshaw and BVN reveal designs for high-rise Sydney school

    An international competition to design NSW’s first high-rise school has been run and won, with Grimshaw Architects and BVN Architecture coming out ahead of a formidable bunch of runners up.


    New Principal appointed at Conrad Gargett’s Brisbane studio

    Conrad Gargett announces the appointment of Jane McConnell as Principal and Head of Interior Design at their Brisbane studio.


    Cox Architecture to consult on Tokyo Olympics swimming pool project for Obayashi Corporation

    Cox Architecture has won a contract to consult for Obayashi Corporation on the aquatic centre project planned for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.


    Architects welcome NCC changes allowing timber construction up to 8 storeys

    James Fitzpatrick welcomes NCC changes that will enable construction of timber buildings up to eight storeys without the need for expensive ‘alternative solutions’ to gain approval.


    New Cemintel cladding products redefining scope and application of lightweight building materials

    Cemintel announces the launch of four new cladding products representing the next generation of lightweight building materials.


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