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This is the most comprehensive range of building materials and building products supplies in Australia. Whether your project is large or small – or require construction equipment, maintenance or management - the links below have everything you need. Everything from architecture and building construction to the final touches on lighting, flooring and decking, doors and door hardware. Available building products range from wall building material, guttering, water tanks or ceilings for building construction to adhesives and sealants, bathroom fittings, windows and glass, paints and finishes to complete the job. ProjectLink makes it easy to build from the ground up!

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BEMI LIGHTING

Bemi Lighting is a global proactive clean energy company committed to providing energy efficient and affordable lighting to ...

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ANL LIGHTING AUSTRALIA PTY LTD

Australia wide supplier of quality lighting for residential, commercial and industrial areas.

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CLASSIC ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTS PTY LTD

Supplier of integrated balustrading systems, entrance matting, safety stair tread nosings, tactile indicators, floor safety products ...

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AIRLINX

Located in Melbourne, Airlinx Heating and Cooling Supply is an Australian owned company that specialises in the custom manufacture of ...

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Expanding Crowd Control Barriers - Super Guard

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New miners’ village opens in Sarina

Hundreds of Queensland miners will soon enjoy new accommodation after the opening of a $35 million village in Sarina, south of Mackay.

Buildings | Mining

Modular housing milestones for Perth projects

A pioneering demonstration of modular housing planned for the northern suburbs’ Banksia Grove estate will deliver 20 affordable modular homes in the next stage of the development.

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Esperance Health Campus redevelopment starts

Early construction works to redevelop the Esperance Health Campus started today with the tender for the $31.3million project awarded to Pindan Pty Ltd.

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Winning new Perth Stadium design revealed

The new Perth Stadium will be a world-class five-tiered stadium with roof coverage over 85 per cent of its seats, a striking bronze facade that reflects Western Australia’s unique geology.

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Transforming Sydney: The Bays Precinct

New housing and areas for recreation, retail, tourism, commercial and maritime use will be created along waterfront land in The Bays Precinct as part of the city’s largest single urban renewal program since the Sydney Olympics.

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Record Breaking Housing Commencements

Minister for Planning Pru Goward, and NSW Treasurer Andrew Constance said levels of new residential construction in NSW have hit a 10 year high according to latest Australian Bureau of Statistics figures.

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New lighting technology upgrades to reap big savings across Australia

Councils across Australia are planning major works to replace inefficient street lights and relight public domains in a bid to cut costs and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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New hotel for Palmerston

Development approval has been given to construct a $50 million hotel that will form Stage One of the Maluka Views development right in the heart of the Palmerston CBD.

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Inquiry into Public Infrastructure Report Released

The Productivity Commission's Inquiry into Public Infrastructure looked at ways to reduce Infrastructure costs in Australia.

Buildings | Roads

Billions of dollars of projects in the pipeline for CBD

Applications for 65 potential projects for the CBD to the estimated value of about $3 billion have been received and 32 new projects totalling $1 billion have been approved since planning reforms introduced in March 2012.

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NSW surges up the rankings in latest housing scorecard

NSW has the second strongest housing market in Australia, as new report shows rapid improvement in residential building industry.

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Subiaco scaling new heights

Planning Minister John Day announced he has approved a planning scheme amendment that will allow a 16-storey development on the site of the former Pavilion Markets in Subiaco.

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Edgewater multi-storey car park tender release

Work is progressing on the $46.5million multi-storey car park at Edgewater train station, with the tender released for its design and construction.

Buildings | Railways

Mapping the budget: See what projects are coming to your area

The Department of Planning and Environment has just launched a new way to explore all the major infrastructure investments and projects occurring across NSW.

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What is Air Leakage Costing You?

What is Air Leakage Costing You?

How much air does your house leak? Many of us have very little idea on exactly how much of our air finds it's way through our floors, walls, windows and doors to the outside.

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Growing Popularity of Granny Flats

Growing Popularity of Granny Flats

Vinyl Cladding is a great way to finish off a Granny Flat and provide an aesthetically pleasing look without blowing the budget.

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New B-545 Cubicle Collection-coordinated Towel Bar

New B-545 Cubicle Collection-coordinated Towel Bar

Litesource is pleased to introduce Bobricks new B-545x18 (457 mm) and B-545x24 (610 mm) towel bars.

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NEW CATALOGUE : EXAIR’s New Catalogue 27 Offers Even More Intelligent Compressed Air® Solutions For Industry

NEW CATALOGUE : EXAIR’s New Catalogue 27 Offers Even More Intelligent Compressed Air® Solutions For Industry

EXAIR's new Catalogue 27 is our best catalogue yet; a full colour technical guide offering solutions to common industrial cooling, drying, conveying, blowoff, cleaning, coating, and static electricity problems.

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PolyCom Stabilising Aid versus cement

PolyCom Stabilising Aid versus cement

Let’s begin with a 28 kilometre road*. Traditionally, this road would be stabilised with cement - in this case, you would require 1000 tonnes. That’s one million kilograms of cement.

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STURGO Range Grows Again

STURGO Range Grows Again

STURGO Brings More Value and Serves More Purpose

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How Important Are R-Values?

How Important Are R-Values?

R-Values for insulation aren't all they are craked up to be.

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