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    News Archive for June 2021

    KOMBI modular platforms provide lift pit access at Melbourne building

    Sayfa Group was engaged by Otis Australia to design a platform system that would allow them to access the lift pits at their client’s building on Lonsdale Street, Melbourne.


    Brisbane’s first vertical school selects Elkay as preferred drinking water station

    Several Elkay EZH2O Vandal-Resistant drinking water stations have been installed around the campus at Fortitude Valley State Secondary College in inner-city Brisbane.


    Australian Parcel Lockers win Proptech Award

    Australian parcel locker company, Groundfloor™, has won ‘Most Innovative Scale Up Proptech’ in Property & Facilities Management.


    Community consultation calls for Crows Nest station tower

    The NSW Government’s Department of Planning, Industry and Environment is asking the community to weigh in on the plan for a commercial building to be constructed above the future Crows Nest metro station.


    SJB’s pulls back the covers on debut hospital project

    SJB has revealed renderings for its first hospital, the Northside Private Hospital, located in Gosford.


    The arch enemy of cultural and aesthetic originality

    In recent years, Australian architecture has seen arches of many forms, shapes and materials appear in such abundance that, it could be argued it is rare to see a competition, alternative proposal or even university graduation exhibition without the arch appearing.


    A mining camp won’t cut it: Australia’s quarantine system needs a smarter design

    The announcement that the Victorian and federal governments will build a 1,000-bed COVID quarantine hub at Mickleham in Melbourne’s north marks a welcome end, or at least a fresh chapter, to the finger-pointing over Australia’s quarantine saga.


    Contributing to a more sustainable future through responsible manufacturing

    Sustainability has become a critical part of doing business today, and needs to be integrated by companies into their production and operations.


    Free Webinar on July 7: What's new in AutoCAD 2022

    A2K Technologies announces a free webinar on the new AutoCAD 2022 release.


    GroupGSA ushers in new directors

    GroupGSA Managing Director Mark Sheldon is handing the reins to four long-serving directors, in a changing of the guard that the practice describes as a ‘natural evolution and transition’.


    Q&A with Aidan Mullan, Sustainability Manager at Interface

    Interface is on a journey to be a carbon negative company by 2040, and Aidan Mullan is helping steer them there. We sit down with him to discover just what that journey entails.


    Raised floor system installed at Box Hill Institute

    ASP Access Floors worked with Cockram Constructions to provide an efficient, environment-friendly raised access floor system within a modern learning environment at the Box Hill Institute, Victoria.


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