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    News Archive for September 2020

    Hassell announces two new board members

    Two new members have been appointed to the board of Hassell for the next three years.

    Racing precinct renewal as a template for future western Sydney urban planning

    Liverpool City Council says it is planning the future urban renewal of the Warwick Farm racing precinct as a way to support new jobs, housing and open space.

    ProdEX panels add a distinctive look to Liberty Place precinct buildings

    The two new floors are covered with ProdEX wood panels, which pair well with the louvres added to the back of the building.

    What are manufactured home estates and why are they so problematic for retirees?

    Some operators have predicted manufactured home estates will be the most popular type of retirement living in the near future, surpassing retirement villages.

    Built & fmjt's new office tower to meet COVID-19 changed market needs

    Built and fjmt top out its major Sydney CBD commercial development, SubStation No.164, at a ceremony attended by Lord Mayor Clover Moore.

    Tasmanian Timber’s Quality Assurance Program delivers confidence

    Tasmanian Timber’s Quality Assurance Program is a rigorous auditing system that ensures that their product performs consistently.

    Architectus and Bligh Tanner deliver a cooler and greener Western Sydney

    Bligh Tanner and design and planning practice, Architectus, in partnership with Sydney Water, have delivered a significant urban planning project in Australia.

    NSW Government accused of destroying housing sector

    The Real Estate Institute of New South Wales (REINSW) has blasted the NSW Government’s decision to extend its rental moratorium saying the timing, which coincides with the end of the banks’ loan repayment waiver, will create a ‘perfect storm’ and send many mums, dads and retirees ‘broke’.

    The assurance of top quality fire protection for your building

    Fire protection plays a major role especially in high-rise and high-risk buildings – this means even more attention must be paid to the planning and design of the building including its façade, the choice of materials and compliance requirements.

    The making of Fenix

    Fenix, a range of decorative panels available from Nover, is an innovative Nano Tech Material manufactured by Arpa Industriale for versatile design applications across many environments.

    Louvre windows provide fresh air, noise control and privacy at Meriton towers

    Louvre windows from Safetyline Jalousie were specified for a new Meriton mixed use development located in the busy hub of Mascot, NSW.

    Durlum’s LIVA open cell ceiling adds vibrant look to iconic Sydney retail destination

    Durlum’s LIVA open cell louvre ceiling system was specified in vibrant colours for the food court area of the Castle Towers Shopping Centre in Sydney.

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