RACHEL TSANG

Name: Rachel Tsang Position: Structural Engineer Company: Cornell Engineers What do you enjoy the most, working in the field of construction & development? As a structural engineer, who mainly specialises in residential construction, I commonly design residential structures and perform site inspections during and after construction to ensure they are properly constructed for its intended…

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LEADING VICTORIAN AGENT EXPANDS DEVELOPMENT TEAM 

Having spent over half a decade as the General Manager of Sunland Group’s Melbourne operation, which has delivered iconic projects such as Chirnside Gardens and Carre Residences, David Morgan has recently co-founded a new Development and Project Management business with leading residential project marketing firm Red23. The new development and project management business adds to…

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THE 1 MISSING LINK TO AFFORDABLE HOUSING

Addressing the long term housing shortage issue meant assessing all facets in an end to end development model, pulling absolutely everything apart to arrive at a collective model that meets the growing problem of affordable and social housing in the construction sector. And it starts with innovation. We could review residential development in many forms…

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GETTING PEOPLE INTO THEIR OWN HOME FROM $35,000!

Fire-resistant – Bal 29 Sustainable and recyclable – great for the environment Build under 150 hours – there are your holding costs! R-value of 8.6 energy efficiency – tick, tick! Moisture resistant – no black mould – ticking the health box! No gypsum board and formaldehyde – gosh have you researched these before? Can withstand…

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AMY DEGENHART, FRAIA

Name: Amy Degenhart, FRAIA Position: Director Company: degenhartSHEDD architecture + urban design, bubbl(up) and Urban Pure What do you enjoy the most, working in the field of construction & development? Sustainability has always been close to my heart, so I enjoy having the opportunity to literally change the world around us for the better through…

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REGIONAL QUEENSLAND RECEIVES $16M FOR RESILIENT INFRASTRUCTURE

Almost $16 million will be invested into rebuilding infrastructure damaged by the 2019 monsoon trough in north and north-west Queensland. Funding will go towards 46 resilience projects in addition to the $93 million already approved through a federal and state government partnership to build stronger, more resilient infrastructure in regional Queensland. Emergency Management Minister David…

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