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  • News - 7 Aug 2003
    In a suburb of Newcastle a house is under construction that when completed will be the most eco friendly home in Australia. The owner is Bernard Hockings, a professional builder and environmental...
  • News - 1 Aug 2003
    Green Point Design is an Australian architectural firm based in the tourist town of Daylesford. They aim to integrate best practice in energy efficiency and materials into their sustainable building...
  • News - 18 Jul 2003
    The claim from Cromweld Steels is simple – the use of an economical stainless steel and polystyrene pre-fabricated building system for commercial, residential and industrial buildings results in...
  • News - 17 Jul 2003
    Marley Roofing Products and Eternit Slates offer a wide product portfolio of interlocking, double lap and natural slates and have joined forces to launch a comprehensive product brochure which will...
  • News - 11 Jul 2003
    A new survey by the Centre for Education in the Built Environment says that many architecture schools are failing to teach sustainability in building. The report also says that despite the changes 3...
  • News - 10 Jul 2003
    CIRIA and CIEF will be holding a workshop entitled “Biomimicry: how to benefit from 3.8 billion years of research and development” on the evening of September 16 at The Royal College of...
  • News - 10 Jul 2003
    The Austin Business Journal is reporting how some commercial construction companies, brokers and architects are alleviating the pinch of the downturn in the US economy by using building materials,...
  • News - 8 Jul 2003
    Marley Roofing Products and Eternit Slates have both just relaunched new and improved versions of their websites. The sites now offer up-to-the-minute technical and product information on the...
  • News - 26 Jun 2003
    With Government policy seeking to deliver substantial numbers of new homes with minimal use of greenfield sites, housebuilders are required by planning guidance to build at higher density. The right...
  • News - 26 Jun 2003
    Scientists at the University of Illinois have developed a “Smart Brick”, which has been designed to be able to monitor the health of a building, potentially saving lives. The prototype...