Window Glass Firm Hit with Million Dollar Penalty
A NSW window glass company has been hit with a massive $1 million fine for breaching workplace safety laws.
Lessons in LED Lighting
LED lighting is the new buzzword and is seen as the go-to solution for our building lighting requirements - so what should you know about its...
Trenchless Construction Cuts Pipe Installation Costs
Trenchless construction methods are becoming an increasingly popular option for pipeline installation projects due to their lower cost as well as reduced damage and disruption to...
Fluorescent to LED Tube Replacement Risks You Can’t Ignore
A simple replacement of fluorescent tubes with LED tubes is one of the lowest cost options for energy efficient lighting retrofits, but it can come with...
What to Ask when Questioning the Use of Standards
Recently it became clear that an understanding of the intent and purpose of a clause, or the “functional statement” in the NCC and an Australian Standard...
Guidelines Needed to Improve HVAC Energy Efficiency
A new study by the National Institute of Standards and Technology in the United States is the first in the country to quantify energy efficiency losses...
Emerging Chilean Architect Selected to Design Serpentine Pavilion
Chilean architect Smilijan Radic, selected to design this year's Serpentine Pavilion, has unveiled a structure resembling a futuristic shell.
Times Square’s 2014 Valentine’s Day Heart Plays Match-Maker
Architecture is not generally designed to help people find love, but Times Square’s Valentine's Day installation plans to change that.
Water-Inspired Installation for Melbourne Food Wine Festival
For the second year in a row, architecture firm HASSELL has been commissioned to design the centrepiece for the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.