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Safety First A Key To Floods And Leaky Roofs starstarstarstarstar   13th February 2010 - Views: 452 Safety First A Key To Floods And Leaky Roofs Home owners have been urged to put safety first when dealing with flooded homes or leaky roofs and to prepare for floods or storms in advance, by Archicentre, the building advisory service of the Australian Institute of Architects.

Architects Warned Following Deaths Of Insulation Installers starstarstarstarstar   9th February 2010 - Views: 415 Archicentre, the building advisory service of the Australian Institute of Architects has issued an urgent warning to its 1000 member architects who undertake pre-purchase housing inspections across the country.

Latest Designs In Bushfire Prevention Talked Up starstarstarstarstar   1st February 2010 - Views: 408 Latest Designs In Bushfire Prevention Talked Up The 2009 Design Challenge: Fire exhibition, currently on display at Melbourne Museum, is running a series of informal floor talks during February to highlight and discuss the exhibits.

Canberra Architect Recognised In Australia Day Honours starstarstarstarstar   25th January 2010 - Views: 502 Canberra Architect Recognised In Australia Day Honours Canberra architect Noel Potter has been recognised in this years Australia Day Honours for his exceptional service to the profession of architecture.

Wall Collapse On Toddler Prompts Warning By Architects starstarstarstarstar   20th January 2010 - Views: 445 David Hallett, Victorian State Manager of Archicentre said Victoria has gone through a long drought which has seen the stability of brick walls and fences damaged, often by the roots of large trees seeking water and the shrinking of clay soils as they dry out.

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