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    News Archive for June 2022

    Closing the loop – Autex Acoustics’ journey to a circular economy

    Our policies centre around the three Rs—reduce, reuse, and recycle—considering how we can minimise the production of waste, and repurpose what is left.


    The clean energy revolution isn’t just a techno-fix – it’s about capturing hearts and minds

    The Black Summer bushfires devastated parts of the Eurobodalla region in New South Wales. Then earlier this year, the area was hit by floods. As climate change threatens to bring more severe and frequent extreme weather events, how can we help future-proof such communities?


    There’s still time: The Sustainability Awards Entries Extended until July 14

    You asked and we listened, giving you two more weeks to finalise your entry to the 2022 Sustainability Awards.


    Victorian Pride Centre gifts award for Hansen Yuncken

    Hansen Yuncken has been announced as the winner of KONE’s 2022 Victorian People in Property Awards for its work in constructing the Victorian Pride Centre.


    Australian practice takes out design comp for building in world’s first non-profit city

    Conrad Gargett has been announced the winner of the design competition for the Misk Foundation Headquarters in Saudi Arabia in the world’s first non-profit city.


    Jackson joins Arcadia as Senior Associate

    Arcadia has announced Scott Jackson has joined the landscape architecture practice as a Senior Associate, adding a further ten years of local design expertise to its growing team.


    ForestOne: Building a greener future, one Responsible Specification at a time

    With a shift towards mandated carbon zero targets that will shape the way we design and construct, it’s imperative that manufacturers, suppliers and distributors be ready to meet the growing demand for sustainable building products. From reducing greenhouse gas emissions to ensuring that all elements of the supply chain are ethically sourced, the move towards a less wasteful and more socially responsible industry is a comprehensive challenge! Forward looking organisations like ForestOne don’t need any convincing!


    Enduring lessons from 5 school projects

    Architecture makes a meaningful impact in education spaces, with increasing evidence that student learning outcomes are closely related to the quality of the environment in which they learn.


    Efficient insulation pays for itself

    When a home is insulated with the right insulation product, you can recover the cost quickly through energy savings.


    ProClad SOLID panels featured in Royal Exchange Building recladding

    ProClad SOLID non-combustible aluminium cladding panels were selected for the recladding of the iconic Royal Exchange Building in Sydney, NSW.


    Sydney apartment recladding with ProClad SOLID aluminium panels

    ProClad SOLID aluminium cladding panels were installed at a residential apartment building in Sydney as part of a recladding project.


    Swapping stamp duty for land tax would push down house prices but push up apartment prices, new modelling finds

    In Tuesday’s budget, NSW will announce a switch from stamp duty to land tax.


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