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    News Archive for May 2019

    Achieving building code compliance with fibre cement cladding

    'Navigating the building code through non-combustible cladding selection: Achieving compliance with fibre cement' explains the most efficient compliance pathway to meeting the fire performance requirements for external cladding set out in the Building Code of Australia (BCA).


    Micro Trend Series: Colour

    All polytec products are designed to provide solutions to everyday design and construction challenges. We combine decorative surface manufacturing innovation with practical design empathy, while polytec products are developed in dimensions aimed at making life simpler, reducing waste and providing exceptional value.


    AJ+C triple-shortlisted in the 2019 AIA NSW State Awards

    AJ+C has been recognised by the Australian Institute of Architects with three projects shortlisted in the 2019 NSW State Awards.


    New director for PTW Architects

    PTW Architects has promoted Neša Marojević to the role of director, in what the firm is calling “our ongoing commitment to design excellence.”


    To design safer parks for women, city planners must listen to their stories

    Nothing can protect women from the random acts of violence committed by some men but engaging with the stories of women and girls is crucial for making cities safer.


    Fight pollution and deliver quality with EcoSoft®, the original 100% recyclable carpet tile

    The global design and construction industry is growing at an astounding pace. A Global Construction Perspectives and Oxford Economics study estimates that construction output across the globe will grow by 85% by 2030.


    Dulux Electro powder coatings protect award winning clifftop apartment facade

    Dulux Electro powder coatings were specified for the Walan apartments in Brisbane to protect the stunning louvred facade on the building.


    High rise facade design just got better with Hebel’s new PowerPattern

    CSR Hebel announces a new façade system designed to bring to life the creative vision of architects, builders and designers.


    Reflective towers increasing the deadly effects of drone invasion

    The lack of regulation around drones and the airspace above our heads is having one immediate consequence - the death of countless native birds, writes Dr Peter Fisher, adjunct professor at the School of Architecture & Built Environment, Deakin University.


    List of signatories to global Net Zero commitment growing

    Local Government Super, a leading superannuation fund, is the latest organisation to join the list of signatories to the World Green Building Council's global Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment.


    AILA Victorian Awards program announced

    This year’s Australian Institute of Landscape Architecture (AILA) Victorian Awards program, submissions are said to demonstrate how Melbourne and regional Victoria can be greener, more sustainable, inclusive and vibrant.


    Bushfire conference to thrash out future bushfire planning

    Building industry professionals from across Australia and the world will be gathering together this October to hear from leading experts in bushfire building and planning at the award-winning Australian Bushfire Building Conference.


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