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    News Archive for September 2021

    Inside Jam Factory’s billion dollar transformation

    A group of developers and designers have submitted plans to revitalise Melbourne’s Jam Factory precinct, to the tune of $1.5 billion.

    James Hardie launches extended Environmental Product Declaration

    James Hardie has updated and extended their 2020 EPD to include their full product range.

    Sustainability Summit Session One

    The 2021 digital Sustainability Summit is coming soon and with a jam-packed program discussing all matters sustainability, the 11th November is certain to be a red-letter day on everyone’s calendar.

    GH Commercial products officially certified Declare Red List Free

    Predicated on creating a healthier built environment, the Declare Program delivers clear, unambiguous information about building material specifications.

    How 5G will change smart cities

    Smart cities are here, and they are getting smarter by the day via the use of 5G.

    Maxton Fox workstations meet design goals of University of Wollongong library refurbishment

    The recent refurbishment of the University of Wollongong Library was designed to provide greater flexibility and choice for study as well as to showcase collections.

    ABB chargers delivered to UK’s GRIDSERVE Electric Highway EV charging network

    ABB equipment will support the new GRIDSERVE Electric Highway multi-site charging network across the UK, making electric vehicle charging easier and more accessible for drivers across the country.

    As summer approaches, microgrids are more crucial than ever before

    The extreme heat currently scorching and burning through the western United States has sparked a debate in Washington about the capacity of centralised power grids to deal with the exigencies of climate change.

    Community-led fund empowers Moremac’s Sunbury project residents to go green

    A community-led sustainability fund will, for the first time, encourage residents of an upcoming residential development near Melbourne to engage with eco-conscious living in their own homes.

    Vivid 202: At the centre of Signature’s colour story

    With this latest launch, Vivid has expanded to a whopping 202 stocked colours. This means designers now have access to a kaleidoscopic palette to define their colour signature.

    A force for good in the Australian stage system industry

    Sustainable manufacturing and social enterprise practices ensure Select Staging Concepts is a force for good in the Australian stage systems industry.

    Petersen Kolumba bricks make a point of difference at Hawthorn townhouses

    Designed by NTF Architects, the Hawthorn townhouse project focuses on quality in design, finishes and workmanship as their point of difference.

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