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    Folding doors with perforated metal infill combine security with ventilation

    High end commercial folding doors from The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) are suitable for retail, hospitality, schools, universities, medical centres, canteens, counters and similar applications.

    Environmentally sustainable hand drying at Wellington International Airport

    Dyson Airblade Wash+Dry, an innovation in hand washing and drying technology, was specified for the washroom facilities at the Wellington International Airport.

    Havwoods flooring captures Vegas glamour and whimsy at NoMad hotel

    Havwoods flooring was specified for the NoMad Hotel in Las Vegas to create a unique ambience that captured the inimitable essence of the city.

    Prospace designs inspiring workplace for LJ Hooker’s Willoughby office

    When leading Australian real estate group LJ Hooker moved into a new development in Willoughby, the team took it as an opportunity to create a different kind of workspace.

    Red Dot award recognises ASSA ABLOY’s strong brand communication

    ASSA ABLOY received the Construction Brand Award in the Red Dot Awards’ Brands and Communication Design category, 2019.

    Key-Guard antibacterial coating keeping you safe and healthy

    Recommended for several environments where hygiene is critical including healthcare, hospitality and education, Key-Guard is an excellent addition to any project, ensuring peace of mind without the need for regular cleaning.

    The Lawns care home

    New Altro Wood adhesive-free creates maximum impact with minimum downtime. With 12 colour choices, 14dB sound reduction, a 10-year guarantee and our Altro one in a million slip-resistance reassurance, Altro Wood adhesive-free offers high levels of comfort underfoot providing a safe, durable and decorative solution for busy spaces.

    Urban planner’s top 6 changes to improve liveability during lockdown

    A leading urban planner has expressed concern that little thought has been given to the liveability of Australians, their mental health and quality of life during this period of a nationwide shutdown.

    Think tank wants more bike lanes

    Sydney has a unique chance to use the current lockdown period to rapidly expand its cycle network, says the Committee for Sydney.

    These 5 images show how air pollution changed over Australia’s major cities before and after lockdown

    In an unexpected silver lining to this tragic crisis, urban centres, such as around Wuhan in China, northern Italy and Spain, have recorded a vastly lower concentration of air pollution since confinement measures began to fight the spread of COVID-19.

    NSW goes on historic never-to-be-repeated building binge

    NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian, Planning and Public Spaces minister Rob Stokes and treasurer Dominic Perrottet have announced the first 24 projects to undergo a fast-tracked assessment process as part of the NSW Government’s new Planning System Acceleration Program.

    ACB technology for smoke relief and ventilation showcased at Sydney tennis centre

    EBSA Pty Ltd provided a turnkey solution to the Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre, supplying and installing a range of products that run on ACB technology.

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