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Finalist for “Best Tradeshow Launch”

Auckland Build Expo Announced as Finalist for “Best Tradeshow Launch” in the Excellence Awards 2017 by the Association of Event Organisers. 18th May 2017 – The Association of Event Organisers has announced that the Auckland Build Expo has been named as a Finalist for “Best Tradeshow Launch” in the AEO Excellence Awards 2017. The show […]

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Lighting and Facilities Event, sparc-FMA

sparc-FMA Event Update! Grab your tickets now for Australia’s premier event for the international facilities and lighting community, sparc-FMA International Lighting & Facilities Event 2017. As the largest gathering of the facility management and smart lighting industries exhibition in the Southern Hemisphere you will not want to miss the opportunity to exhibit, sponsor or visit. […]

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International Festival of Landscape Architecture

12 – 15 October 2017, Sydney The 3rd City is the future city, a postulation to be mapped, tested and debated. The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects and Creative Directorate, convened by Prof Helen Lochhead, Dean of UNSW Faculty of Built Environment, welcomes you into the 3rd City, to explore its dimensions and imagine its […]

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‘Low Carbon, High Performance’ Report

As a signatory to the Paris Climate Change Agreement, Australia has committed to reaching net zero emissions by around 2050. Australia’s built environment contributes almost a quarter of Australia’s emissions, offering a significant opportunity for emissions reduction. The Low Carbon, High Performance report provides detailed modelling of potential emissions reductions from the building sector, setting […]

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Three ways to better market your business

The world is changing fast and we have seen significant technological advances in the construction industry: Building Information modelling (BIM), automation, and robotics are a reality for the building, infrastructure, and industrial sectors. A good chunk of the changes we are seeing can be credited to increasingly demanding customers who are now more tech savvy […]

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What does an ‘eco friendly’ home look like? Part 2

AFTER  Article Provided by GECA: Once the interior fitout of Emma and Andrew’s apartment was complete, it was time to start adding furniture. The couple had very little in the way of already-accumulated furniture between them, which meant a lengthy list of items that they still needed to buy, make, or otherwise obtain for free. […]

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What does an ‘eco friendly’ home look like? Part 1

    Article Provided by GECA:                                     While many people might picture an architectural marvel with hillside views, or perhaps a tiny home on wheels, eco-friendly living doesn’t need to be expensive or difficult. Sustainable building and interior design […]

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New Managing Director for Oceania

RICS will begin 2017 with a new Managing Director for Oceania following the recent appointment of Stephen Albin to the role. Currently the CEO of the Urban Development Institute of Australia, Stephen brings a wealth a property and commercial-sector experience to us. Stephen said he looked forward to growing the already-strong reputation of RICS in the […]

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CPSISC is transitioning to Skills Oz

Skills Oz is a wholly owned trading entity of the Construction & Property Services Industry Skills Council and was formed to advocate and support the future needs of the construction and property services workforce as an initiative and directive of the peak industry bodies to advance and undertake: Workforce development needs Identification and planning of […]

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The Sydney Fish Market

The NSW government wants to move the Sydney Fish Market The NSW government wants to build a new $250 million fish market, pushing out into Blackwattle Bay just a few hundred metres from the existing site, which they want to sell off for apartments to pay for the development. The government’s development arm, UrbanGrowth NSW […]

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Overhaul Training And Licensing Requirements

NSW government plans to overhaul real estate training and licensing requirements It will take more training than “what a budding barista needs to do to make good coffee” to become a real estate agent, under sweeping reforms proposed by the NSW government. In a reforms paper released on Saturday, the government says it will demand […]

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