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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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Speedpanel is an acoustic and fire rated wall system. Speedpanel is made from a light gauge steel shell, filled with a light-weight ...

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Stinger Cap Systesm is a revolutionary new method for fastening roofing insulation, wool blanket, and sarking to roofs and exterior walls.

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Jenni Gillard Architectural Lighting Designers Pty Ltd is a multi-award winning lighting design studio headquartered in Brisbane.

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Large-scale solar farm Queensland proposal

The Queensland government has announced plans for a proposed large-scale solar farm in partnership with Origin Energy.

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Australian government $115 million Western Sydney Airport commitment

The Australian government has committed $115 million towards the construction of the Western Sydney Airport project.

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Bambi Kindergarten construction begins

Construction has begun on the $1.5 million Bambi Kindergarten at Edmondson Park in Sydney’s Southwest.

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Brewarrina Shire drought infrastructure funding

Brewarrina Shire Council will receive $495,000 in funding to construct drought infrastructure projects.

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Potential Queensland aerospace hub proposal

The Queensland government has announced the state could be home to a multi-billion dollar Asia-Pacific aerospace industry.

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$5.2 million Narembeen regional sport and recreation

The $5.2 million Narembeen Recreation Centre has opened today following extensive upgrades.

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Tender awarded for Central Australia Renal Accommodation project

The contract to construct the $10 million Central Australia Renal Accommodation project has been awarded to the Central Australian Affordable Housing Company (CAAHC).

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Queensland startup and innovation precinct approved

Queensland is set to construct the largest startup hub within Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley for entrepreneurs.

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Storefront News

MAMMOTH - Acoustic & Thermal Excellence in One Panel

Mammoth panels have really started to gain traction since their introduction to the Australian market in early 2015.

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State Infrastructure Plan facilitates transport infrastructure

As part of the Queensland government’s commitment towards infrastructure development, the State Infrastructure Plan was released in March to bolster the state’s role over the planning and delivery of infrastructure.

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Heatray Tube Radiant Heaters Mounting Height Exemption

An exemption has been approved for the mounting height of Celmec's Heatray Tube Radiant Heaters in Victoria.

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Sulphur Dioxide Detection

Sulphur Dioxide with the formula SO2 is produced in many industrial processes.

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Cable measurement solutions – precision to the core!

The system is suitable for copper and challenging Aluminium cable measurements (due to oxide layer and impurities).

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Introducing our new UFO Low Bay lights

Leading Australian LED lighting specialist Boscolighting announces a new range of low bay lights designed for harsh industrial environments with low ceiling heights.

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