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    News Archive for June 2019

    Scott Carver nabs former Warren and Mahoney principal as new director

    Known for his award-winning work in the commercial sector Nicholas Bandounas joins Scott Carver after 20 years working in a number of architecture practices including Woods Bagot, Fitzpatrick + Partners, Crone and Warren and Mahoney.

    Frasers makes key Queensland moves

    Frasers Property Australia has promoted Scott Ullman to the role of general manager – Residential Queensland following previous incumbent Cameron Leggatt’s appointment to the national role of executive general manager – Residential, announced recently.

    What next after 100 Resilient Cities funding ends?

    It was no April fool’s joke when the Rockefeller Foundation announced it will phase out funding for the 100 Resilient Cities network. The foundation’s message was a surprise for many participating cities, including Melbourne and Sydney, and for its partnering non-governmental organisations, businesses and academics.

    How Plaspanel scores over other flat sheet products

    Plaspanel from Builda Panels delivers a long list of benefits in a broad range of applications.

    Who will lead our industry’s data-driven future?

    Working with data, still new to many firms, is a must-have skillset and mindset. While recognising the value of building information modelling (BIM), most still use BIM tools today for document creation when design and construction professionals need to recognise BIM’s real value – as a database – and start treating it like one.

    Escea double sided fireplace creates drama in new Christchurch hillside home

    Andy Watson Architecture was engaged by the owners to design a new home that would not only meet their brief but also address the challenging environment of the location.

    INDE.Awards set to rock Melbourne

    This year in Melbourne, INDE. day attendees will be able to listen in on two panel discussions about topics that affect not just the region, but designers and architects globally.

    Bayt 980 boom gates providing vandal proof security to Western Sydney Parklands

    Two Bayt 980 vandal proof boom gates from ACDC Motorized Solutions were installed at the Western Sydney Parklands to provide security to visitors.

    Flammable cladding costs could approach billions for building owners if authorities dither

    Australian building owners face a bill that could run into billions of dollars to replace combustible cladding of the sort that fuelled the Grenfell tower fire in the UK, which killed 72 people, as well as fires in Australia and overseas.

    Double honour for Canberra home extension at ACT Architecture Awards

    A home extension project designed by Austin Maynard Architects won the top award at the Australian Institute of Architects 2019 ACT Architecture Awards.

    New solar-powered $164M office tower opens in Melbourne CBD

    ISPT has officially handed over their new commercial office tower in Melbourne CBD to national health, wealth and living company Australian Unity.

    HASSELL-designed Sydney Metro stations and precincts officially open

    Sydney Metro, Australia’s biggest public transport project, has officially opened to the public.

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