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Developing an Effective R&D Strategy for the Built Environment
Business
Monday October 3 2016

Developing an Effective R&D Strategy for the Built Environment

The Australian construction industry is often criticized for being a low innovation sector.

Systemising Innovation in Construction
Business
Thursday March 31 2016

Systemising Innovation in Construction

There is no single or magic recipe for innovation. Every organization must develop its own unique innovation strategy in response to its own business environment, culture,...

High Rise Timber Can Withstand Fire Hazards
Structural
Thursday April 23 2015

High Rise Timber Can Withstand Fire Hazards

While the use of timber materials in multi-storey buildings has been a perennial source of safety concerns due to their combustible nature and associated fire risks,...

Do Sea Buoys Hold the Key to Space Elevators?
Buildings
Thursday June 12 2014

Do Sea Buoys Hold the Key to Space Elevators?

The secret to building elevators which extend far into the heavens could lie in an object as humble and unassuming as the common sea buoy.

Hayball: Australia’s First Employee Owned Architectural Firm
Business
Tuesday October 22 2013

Hayball: Australia’s First Employee Owned Architectural Firm

In what is being hailed as an Australian first for the industry, BRW has reported that Hayball has become the first employee owned architecture firm.

Europe’s Second Tallest Tower Nears Completion
Residential
Saturday July 13 2013

Europe’s Second Tallest Tower Nears Completion

Złota 44, a Polish landmark set to become Europe’s second tallest building, is only six months away from completion.

Magnificent Copper Staircase Defies Design Limits
Commercial
Monday July 8 2013

Magnificent Copper Staircase Defies Design Limits

Arup has challenged conventional design to create a unique, three-dimensional perforated staircase as the key centrepiece of a Mediterranean villa.