Australia’s Flexible Office Revolution
Under many traditional arrangements, companies’ real-estate footprint involves floor space in conventional offices which is either owned outright or leased on long-term agreements.
Changing Spaces: Key Trends Reshaping Flexible Workspace in 2018
A new survey has found flexible workspace is increasingly becoming the new norm among office occupiers across the Asia-Pacific region.
Work on Roofs: Retractable Fall Arrester or Rope Grab?
Retractable fall arresters are commonly used with overhead anchorage lines. but nowadays, more and more models are suitable for horizontal use too.
Are you Leaving a Construction Project? Document the Hell Out of It!
It is very common for disputes to erupt over the state and value of completed works at the time the contractor leaves a work site.
Redesigns Shouldn’t Cost You Productivity
Opting to redesign your office could be the greatest decision you make for your office space.
National Survey of Builders Points to Signs of Improvement
The BCMI is the centre piece of the Master Builders Survey of Building and Construction and has tracked industry sentiments across over 50 separate business, economic...
Changes to the Building Law in Victoria – Building Permits
An important change has occurred in Victoria that building practitioners and owners contemplating or having works be done must be aware of.
Three Dead Construction Workers in Four Days!
In Brisbane, two construction workers have died a terrible death, crushed by a nine-tonne concrete panel. They had no means of escape as the panel crashed...
How to Ensure a Great Build Before You Even Get Started
When housing approvals are up, building companies and tradesmen have work coming out their ears. How does this affect the build for the client and what...