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    Patient approach needed for delivery of bold projects

    Patient approach needed for delivery of bold projects

    04 Jun 2009 by Janelle Macri

    Has Perth missed its opportunity to deliver bold, city-making projects? ...

    New projects help drive city’s creative, cultural development

    New projects help drive city’s creative, cultural development

    04 Jun 2009 by Janelle Macri

    IN addition to the vigorous commercial construction activity in the city in recent years, the resources boom and resulting prosperity also ignited discussions around 'place making' and the opportunity to create a liveable, attractive and sustainable city. ...

    Design element critical for uni projects

    Design element critical for uni projects

    04 Jun 2009 by Janelle Macri

    PERTH universities have embarked on major capital works programs, developing award-winning, world-class research and learning facilities without sacrificing design aesthetics. ...

    Heritage work a challenge and an opportunity to develop

    Heritage work a challenge and an opportunity to develop

    04 Jun 2009 by Janelle Macri

    THE experience of working with a heritage building can present architects with both major constraints and a unique opportunity. ...

    Coalmine canary still on the perch

    Coalmine canary still on the perch

    04 Jun 2009 by Janelle Macri

    PERTH architecture firms have remained resilient in the face of adversity, with many emerging from the early stages of the downturn without significant changes to staffing. ...

    Woodland a man for the times

    Woodland a man for the times

    04 Jun 2009 by Janelle Macri

    New government architect Steve Woodland wants WA to forge its own identity. ...

    Major players differ over freight

    Major players differ over freight

    28 May 2009 by Janelle Macri

    While there’s agreement on the need for action, those involved in grain transportation are divided on how to proceed. ...

    Metcash deal enables meat supplier to map out fresh business direction

    Metcash deal enables meat supplier to map out fresh business direction

    28 May 2009 by Janelle Macri

    NATIONAL retail distributor and IGA supermarkets owner Metcash has bought its first fresh meat supplier, buying Osborne Park business Fresh Market Meats, for an undisclosed sum. ...

    Making up the numbers on green grants

    Making up the numbers on green grants

    28 May 2009 by Janelle Macri

    WESTERN Australia has received just less than 6 per cent of the total grant allocation from the first two rounds of the federal government's Green Building Fund, securing a total of $1. ...

    Work on Jindee village to start in two years

    Work on Jindee village to start in two years

    28 May 2009 by Janelle Macri

    PLANS for a new beachside suburb 37 kilometres north of Perth, featuring a pedestrian- and cycle-oriented mixed-use village, are a step closer with Planning Minister John Day tabling a metropolitan region scheme amendment this week. ...

    Wilson recasts the mould

    Wilson recasts the mould

    28 May 2009 by Janelle Macri

    Rick Wilson’s part of the new generation of agri-leader that’s already making its mark ...

    SVT adjusts focus to make the most of its best people

    SVT adjusts focus to make the most of its best people

    28 May 2009 by Janelle Macri

    THE death of its co-founder, Michael Norton, six years ago had a dramatic effect on West Leederville-based consulting engineers SVT Engineering Consultants. ...

    Building on state’s $8.3bn capital spend

    Building on state’s $8.3bn capital spend

    21 May 2009 by Janelle Macri

    THE building and construction sector has welcomed the state government's record capital works program, as the industry looks to the government to stimulate activity while private sector investment languishes. ...

    Benefits from budget tax reform

    Benefits from budget tax reform

    21 May 2009 by Janelle Macri

    RESIDENTIAL property developers and builders were big winners from state and federal budget initiatives, which will provide much-needed stimulus to the property industry. ...

    State to spend $8.3bn on capital works

    State to spend $8.3bn on capital works

    14 May 2009 by Janelle Macri

    The government has committed to a $23.8 billion capital works program over the next four years - an increase on the $18.5 billion spent over the past four years - with a record $8.3 billion to be spent in 2009-10. ...

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