PrefabAUS to host inaugural conference on the future of Australia’s built environment PrefabAUS to host inaugural conference on the future of Australia’s built environment The way our cities are…
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Government Investment in Civil Works It is no wonder then, that “Investment in major infrastructure projects was a significant theme of…Improving our Infrastructure
Master Builders Australia Although Wilhelm is unable to forecast a rosy new dawn, he does have a cautiously optimistic…End of the Tunnel
Australian Construction Industry Forum In finding this ground, the organisation ensures ongoing, active communication between key players in the residential,…Supporting the Construction Industry
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Making the World a Better Place through Architecture “Our mission is quite simple,” says Australian Institute of Architects CEO David Parken. “It is…Australian Institute of Architects
Department of Finance and Services As a service provider, regulator and central agency of government, the NSW Department of Finance and…
The resource boom in Australia has had far-reaching impacts on other industries, including the construction sector. As a direct result of the boom, there was an enormous inflow of international capital, foreign investments, skilled migrant labour – as well as its associated expertise – and new materials and applications. All factors have had a role in shaping Australia’s growth and developme
The APS Group has clients covered from the cradle to the grave. “Our company motto is ‘client for life,’” says Director Tony Schnaars.
National Polystyrene Systems makes things out of expanded polystyrene. What it makes is up to you, because the only limits are on the individual customer's imagination than on what the company can manufacture or mould.
Evoheat is bringing Australians innovative new options for sustainable heating and cooling. “Energy efficiency is something that everybody is looking for these days,” Co-founder Travis McNeill points out.
Along the New South Wales North Coast, homelessness has become a major issue. For almost thirty years, The North Coast Community Housing Company Ltd (NCCH) has provided much needed long-term social and affordable housing for people with special needs and low-to-moderate incomes. As the largest community housing provider in the region, NCCH is committed to serving the needs of the area’s people.
For over 30 years, family-owned Lodge Construction & Building has maintained its success by making the building process as straightforward as possible for its clients.
From humble beginnings great companies are born, and Onesector Pty Ltd Construction serves as a prime example of the strength that comes from a focused business treating all customers with respect, professionalism and experience.
It’s simple, really – a company whose name comes from the founders' initials, and has grown organically since its inception.
Weathertex is an Australian owned and operated company that offers builders, architects and homeowners an exterior cladding solution that is unique across the industry – a product that is naturally sourced, lightweight and easy to work with, competitively priced, and sustainably and ecologically produced, all while guaranteed not to rot, split or crack for twenty-five years.
OptiComm is a telecommunications carrier, and the single largest privately owned and operated provider of fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) networks in Australia. The company designs, constructs, operates and maintains fibre networks for business and residential developments.
Ever since Google Glass hit the scene, the market has been buzzing about this new, wearable technology and how it will affect everyday life, from emailing and photo sharing to navigating and telephoning. But the potential for Glass’ augmented reality goes far beyond casual use. The technology could also be a major boon to the construction industry and insiders are already imagining how it might