News & Media
The judging of the Master Builders & Boral Excellence in Building Awards is in full swing and on Wednesday 28 April the judging team for Apartments & Units were treated to a spectacular view of Canberra.
It is only 8 weeks until the Excellence in Building Awards and tables for the evening are selling fast. If you would like to book a table for your colleagues, friends or family then you need to be quick.
HOME buyers have been told they should turn their backs on compulsory structural and pest reports while some energy efficiency ratings have been branded ''not worth the paper they were written on'' by a major building association.
From 1 May 2011 building certifiers will not be able to approve plans that fail to comply with BCA 2011 disability access rules unless a concession applies. The Building Code of Australia 2011 (BCA 2011) mirrors the Access standards, so compliance with BCA 2011 achieves compliance with the Access standards. Jerry Howard will chair the next BSFA seminar on 20 April, at the Hellenic Club commencing at 6:00pm.
With over 300 entrants in the 2011 Master Builders & Boral Excellence in Building awards the judging teams will have their work cut out deciding who will become finalists and ultimately who is a category winner.
Representatives of the Japanese Government in Australia have approached the National Association of Forest Industries (NAFI) asking for assistance from Australian companies with the capacity to supply temporary dwellings for residents displaced by the recent earthquake and tsunami.
The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) in conjunction with Master Builders are conducting an national education campaign on the Building and Construction General On-Site Award 2010. The free seminars provide information on the types of employment available under the Award (covering daily and weekly hire, casual employment, piece work, shift work and apprenticeships).
BCA 2011 will incorporate some significant changes, especially regarding access to buildings. There are also looming issues for the industry regarding the quality of building work and the potential regulatory changes that are being proposed to address this issue. If you are a builder, architect, designer or building professional, it is extremely important that you are up to date with the potential implications of regulations that can impact on your profession.
The latest issue of the Canberra Building News will hit the shelves next week and be sent to Master Builders members at the same time. In this issue we look at Master Builders Group Training and how they are building pathways for apprentices, major changes to building codes and the cost implications, Matrix National Group launches a new look plus much more.
Did you know that 1 in 3 Australians need blood and only 1 in 30 people donate? When you give blood you give life!
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