A collection of carpet tiles made from discarded fishing nets, sourced from some of the world’s poorest fishing communities, has taken out the 2014 Good Design Award for Sustainability.
Leading wood care brand Sikkens has taken the guesswork out of choosing a timber coating with the new range of Sikkens Cetol 100-millilitre sample pots.
Building on the cutting edge technology of its R250 outdoor luminaire, GE has launched the Eco R250.
BenQ’s new P Series Projectors offer high brightness, optional lenses and interchangeable colour wheels for complete installation flexibility.
The ARBS 2014 Industry Awards, which recognise outstanding achievement in Australia’s air-conditioning, refrigeration and building services industry, have been announced.
Each year in Australia, an average of 1800 children suffer scald burns requiring admission to hospital. Of these incidents, approximately one in five is due to exposure to hot tap water.
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Parrot, maker of the popular range of hobby drones, has released a new range of advanced plant sensors that can be easily programmed by anyone.
KONE UltraRope elevator hoisting technology has won the Hindmarsh Award for Innovation at the 2014 Property Council of Australia/Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation and Excellence Awards.
PROCOAT Systems, manufacturer of spray coatings for ceilings, walls and fixed joinery, has introduced a 12-year warranty.
Fire protection specialist Wormald has launched a web-based portal that gives customers 24-hour access to fire service calls and inspections data.
The City of Melbourne has announced energy rebates of up to $3000 to help established apartment buildings reduce their energy emissions and power bills in common areas.
Equipment hire company Kennards is showcasing new equipment at the infrastructure expo CIVENEX 2014.
Pro-Visual Publishing, a publisher of wall-mounted information charts, has created one for facility managers.
As tens of thousands of ageing timber bridges throughout regional Australia continue towards the end of their structural lives, local governments and councils are struggling to bring regional infrastructure to an adequate standard.