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    News Archive for March 2019

    Eco-friendly PanguaPureGlue™ plywood takes on the Living Building Challenge

    Manufactured by Panguaneta and distributed by Elton Group, EPly PanguaPureGlue™ is a no added formaldehyde (NAF), architectural grade plywood that utilises a revolutionary non-toxic, soy bonding system.

    Eveneer Prefinished takes the guesswork out of timber veneers

    Timber veneer promotes efficient, sustainable use of raw materials while delivering the versatility that enables a wide range of design possibilities and a myriad of aesthetic styles.

    ExoTec facade panels bring tech school building form to life

    The Banyule Nillumbik Tech School (BNTS) located on Melbourne Polytechnic’s Greensborough Campus has been designed to create an immersive, collaborative and student-led learning environment.

    Maximise water storage in tight spaces

    A Slimline steel water tank from Kingspan helps maximise the water storage capacity of an available area, be it a tight or narrow space. They are ideal for residential or commercial use. The sleek design of each Slimline tank is made to measure to fit perfectly.

    New Manhattan Collection bricks capture the look and vibe of Industrial Chic

    The Industrial Chic style seemingly began in the cafes of the inner-city with every new cafe embracing the raw and textured feel.

    NCOSS calls on Berejiklian Government to prioritise social issues

    The new Government should focus on social cohesion, economic equality and creating more inclusive communities, says NSW’s peak social services body, the NSW Council of Social Service (NCOSS).

    GBCA’s policy platform sets a sustainability agenda

    Zero emissions, smarter cities and affordable housing are some of the focus areas outlined by the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) in their policy platform announced recently.

    Barrier free entrances for disabled access

    Accessibility has become one of the most important design considerations in new building projects.

    INTERNATIONAL SNAPSHOT: Reconstruction of a Persian palace; Paris Olympic designs; New York's biggest engineering challenge

    This week's international snapshot features the digital reconstruction of an important Persian palace, plans for the Athletes' Village at the Paris 2024 Olympics and the extension of New York's coastline due to climate change.

    WA Heritage Council calls for new members

    The Heritage Council of Western Australia is looking for experienced and qualified individuals to become members.

    New platform for Australian architects to find CPD sessions

    CPD Box was launched with the intention to help Australian architects find and book CPD seminars and workshops.

    Moddex’s commercial balustrades specified for Brisbane’s Telegraph Road upgrade

    Modular commercial balustrades from Moddex were specified for installation at the Telegraph Road Corridor in Brisbane.

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