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    News Archive for June 2018

    Security bollards disguised as attractive street furniture

    Bollards ensure safety and security in public spaces as well as restricted areas by preventing vehicular access.


    LEDA Capability Statement

    Leda Security Products is a specialist in perimeter security and vehicular access control solutions.


    Leda’s Titan 600 bollard goes square

    The Titan 600 power distribution bollards are now available from Leda Security Products as a square unit.


    Leda now stocking PAS68 bollards

    Leda Security Products has responded to the increased demand in the market for certified products by deciding to stock PAS68 bollards.


    Solving Dimmey’s construction challenges using Brick Inlay

    The redevelopment of Dimmeys, Richmond’s heritage listed building, completed in 2015, transformed it into a modern mixed-use development connecting old and new. Armsby Architects created the new design, taking the already iconic building one giant leap ahead by carefully protecting the heritage fabric, while also reflecting the growing vibrancy of its location.


    WAF 2018 sees a record 53 shortlisted Australian entries

    The World Architecture Festival (WAF) awards are globally recognised by architects and clients alike and are judged by renowned industry experts from across the world.


    2018 Sustainability Awards judge in profile: Caroline Pidcock

    Caroline Pidcock, director at Pidcock – Architecture + Sustainability, is one of our judges for this year’s Sustainability Awards. She is a member of the Living Futures Institute Australia, the Sacred Heart Education Ministry Boards, and an ambassador for the Al Gore Climate Change and 1 Million Women projects.


    Bringing new life to commercial spaces with architectural surface finishes

    Over the past few years, the Australian commercial design and construction sector has seen marked growth. Though this has undoubtedly benefited the industry and created thousands of new jobs, it has also heightened demand for striking, innovative commercial design that does not compromise on efficiency or sustainability.


    John McAslan talks Sydney Central Station upgrade: “It’s incredibly complicated”

    British architect John McAslan has discussed Sydney’s upcoming Central Station upgrade at a C+A Talk in Sydney this week.


    Rachel Gutter appointed as new WELL president

    The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) has appointed Rachel Gutter to the role of president. She succeeds Kamyar Vaghar, who is leaving IWBI after two successful years in this role.


    Arcadis to certify the WestConnex M4-M5 Link

    Arcadis has announced that Sydney Motorway Corporation had appointed it as the sole Independent Certifier to the WestConnex M4-M5 Link 3A, Mainline Tunnel Works Project.


    Careless decisions that compromise safety at the workplace

    Not every workplace is perfect when it comes to observing safety rules.


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