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    News Archive for May 2020

    Assurance of patient wellbeing and comfort with new Aquablend Health TMV

    The growth of harmful bacteria in aged care and healthcare facilities puts the safety and wellbeing of both patients and staff at risk.

    Cobble effect custom facade provides solar shading for Ritz Carlton

    Ventilation and sunscreen specialist Arcadia was engaged by Cottee Parker Architects and Probuild to design, engineer, manufacture and install a custom facade at the iconic Ritz Carlton hotel.

    First Nations protest at fire-ravaged NSW state forest

    An embassy camp has been formed in response to active logging taking place within the Nambucca State Forest in northern NSW over sites that hold significant cultural value to the local Gumbaynggirr People.

    A radical new vision for our cities

    While bunkered down in his Barcelona apartment, in the depths of the coronavirus shutdown, Professor Mark Nieuwenhuijsen started noticing something different.

    Hames Sharley appoints one new director and promotes eight more staff

    Hames Sharley has promoted of nine individuals across the practice’s six studios nationally.

    The rise of the Australian smart city

    Moreton Bay Regional Council in South-East Queensland is one of the smart cities that is part of the Global Smart Community and City Alliance (GSC3). In all, some 25 cities formed part of this Alliance, which is no longer active.

    Salisbury Community Hub

    Salisbury is a growing suburb in Adelaide’s north. As part of a major revitalisation project, the City of Salisbury Council looked to create a Community Hub; an ‘adaptable, flexible and agile’ precinct. To deliver the design vision, leading aluminium and glass fabricators, Aluco, customised the thermally broken framing to meet anticipated building loads and glazing spans.

    So coronavirus will change cities – will that include slums?

    Many commentators have speculated on how the coronavirus pandemic will alter cities and the ways they are planned and used. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has tweeted: “There is a density level in NYC that is destructive […] NYC must develop an immediate plan to reduce density.”

    Getting ready for ARBS 2021

    Preparations for ARBS 2021 are in full swing. Australia’s only HVAC+R and building services tradeshow will be held from 15 - 17 February 2021.

    Western Sydney set for a further construction boom

    Western Sydney is set for a huge construction boom, with two more projects getting the green light through the NSW government’s Planning System Acceleration Program, adding to the almost 10 others in the tranche of multi-billion dollar ‘shovel-ready’ infrastructure approvals already announced.

    Green isn’t just a colour… it is the future

    Green Resources Material Australia Pty Ltd is committed to delivering innovative products of the highest quality and standards, with minimal impact on the environment.

    Adelaide Airport Terminal Expansion Project features Knauf Insulation

    The $165 million Adelaide Airport Terminal Expansion Project features glasswool solutions from Knauf Insulation.

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