Architecture changes post-pandemic
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Architecture changes post-pandemic

Jan 2, 2023 Posted by Adam Latham

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Created: Jun 1, 2020; Published: Jun 5, 2020

Architecture changes post-pandemic

Every industry has been dramatically transformed by COVID-19, and architecture is no exception. Over the past couple of months, we’ve spent more time indoors than ever before. This period of sheltering-in-place will have a lasting impact on the way we design, transform, and shape the world around us...
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Created: Apr 29, 2020; Published: May 6, 2020

How Can I Help? Australian Construction and Architecture in Uncertain Times

As our industry continues to change and transform over the course of the most recent global events; the way we approach work, our colleagues and our customers are also changing.
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Created: Mar 23, 2020; Published: Mar 24, 2020

Supporting customers & associates through COVID-19

While we are grateful that Coronavirus-related restrictions in New South Wales are being eased, we remain mindful that our production capacity could be disrupted by a COVID-19 outbreak in our workplace. As a result, we will continue to take the necessary precautions to safeguard our day-to-day activ...
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Created: Mar 2, 2020; Published: Mar 11, 2020

Your 5-step ‘work from home’ safety checklist

Flexible work is becoming common practice for many companies, but have you ever stopped to think: what are the possible health and safety risks of working from home?
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Created: Feb 7, 2020; Published: Feb 11, 2020

Robots, clouds & AI: what is the future of construction?

Well, we made it. Welcome to the ‘20s. It’s a new decade full of new opportunities, so what does that look like for the construction industry over the next 10 years?
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Created: Dec 17, 2019; Published: Dec 19, 2019

Construction’s responsibility to protect our native wildlife

Australian bushfires devastated the east and west coasts in the Summer of 2020, leaving thousands of people without homes, and our native wildlife in perilous conditions for rehabilitation. An initial estimate of the death of 1 billion animals is now considered conservative, according to Chris Dickm...
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Created: Nov 25, 2019; Published: Nov 28, 2019

Looking Ahead: The Australian Construction Industry in 2020

The final year of the decade has seen changes across a number of industries, including construction. In 2019, construction work fell by more than 11% across all states and territories in Australia. While it may not be a statistic that will make you feel overly positive about the future, all is not l...
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Created: Nov 1, 2019; Published: Nov 1, 2019

Living Walls: The Good, The Bad, The Green

A wall by any other name: whether you know them as green walls, plant walls, vertical gardens or biophilic design, living walls are on the rise for new builds in our major metros. From One Central Park in Sydney to Brisbane’s Aria Botanica, our verticals are becoming more verdant thanks to a conside...
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Created: Oct 18, 2019; Published: Oct 21, 2019

Is the Australian construction industry in trouble? Inside the current crisis.

Australia’s residential construction boom began in 2012, as demand exceeded supply and more everyday Aussies said yes to the dream of homeownership. Fast forward seven years and construction represents approximately 11% of gross domestic product, providing ongoing job security to just over 9% of the...
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Created: Jul 23, 2019; Published: Jul 29, 2019

The future is prefabricated: Prefabrication and modular construction

Prefabricated construction is the environmentally savvy disruptor tipped to break the budget strangling mould of the Australian housing market. Common in nations like Sweden, where prefabricated modular design dominates around 70 percent of the residential housing market, the benefits of prefabricat...
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Created: Jun 14, 2019; Published: Jun 17, 2019

5 construction materials you should be recycling (and why it matters)

Imagine if a single decision could have the same climate-saving impact as neutralising the carbon emissions of one million cars or four million cows. Project managers and sustainability officers would be hurriedly investigating ways to revolutionise the Australian construction industry… right?
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Created: Apr 17, 2019; Published: Apr 17, 2019

Construction, we have a problem

With $10 trillion spent each year on construction and 7% of the world’s working population working in construction-related professions, there’s no questioning the industry's economic size and impact. Despite this, there is an obvious, underlying dormancy in the industry's productivity (productivity ...
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