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    News Archive for April 2017

    Tackling noise levels in the healthcare industry

    “There is a perception that acoustic management is at odds with infection control but that doesn’t have to be the case,” says Phil Grimshaw, who has been providing acoustic advice and solutions for over 20 years.

    The third stage of the Victorian government’s Melbourne Park redevelopment has been announced

    The third stage of the Victorian government’s Melbourne Park redevelopment has been announced at a cost of $271.55 million.

    Winners announced for 2017 National Trust Heritage Awards

    The record-breaking 102 submissions received this year for the 2017 Heritage Awards underline the importance of conservation efforts in NSW.

    Urbanline to showcase highest BAL rated decking and cladding at Design Build Sydney

    Urbanline Architectural will be showcasing their fire rated decking and cladding products at the upcoming Design Build exhibition in Sydney.

    ASPECT and SJB to work on major green corridor in Parramatta CBD

    Called ‘Civic Link’, the new green corridor will link key destinations in the heart of the CBD.

    Spectacular LED illumination at Niagara Falls comes alive with Philips Lighting controls

    The stunning new colour illumination of popular tourist destination, the Niagara Falls is managed by a theatrical control system from Philips Lighting.

    JBL EON ONE PRO rechargeable all-in-one portable PA

    HARMAN Professional Solutions introduces the JBL EON ONE PRO rechargeable portable personal linear-array PA, combining the superior sound quality of a professional system with the convenience and portability of a self-contained, battery-powered solution.

    Centaman’s RotoGate solution prevents retail shrinkage at UTS Union shop

    Centaman Entrance Control installed a RotoGate in a UTS Union shop located on the University of Technology campus in Sydney to prevent retail shrinkage.

    The Journey to Intelligent Infrastructure

    Victoria’s transport infrastructure faces a variety of challenges, as is the case for just about every major city in Australia.

    Lysaght Spandek steel cladding secures infectious diseases facility in Townsville

    Impact-resistant steel cladding from BlueScope Lysaght was installed in a challenging application at the Tropical Health Research Facility on James Cook University’s Townsville campus.

    Environment friendly Weathertex gives Wolfdenebuilt clients peace of mind

    Wolfdenebuilt, the construction arm of property development company Wolfdene, relies on Weathertex products as the ultimate cladding solution in all of their projects.

    Origin Centralised Energy Services for apartment developments

    A unique service from Origin Energy is expected to benefit the residents of large developments through great energy rates and green credentials.

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