It’s hard to believe but DesignBUILD is over again for another year. Returning to Sydney for the first time since 2011, this year’s show has been an overwhelming success garnering some great positive feedback from both exhibitors and visitors alike.
The first seminar today was the 'CEO Session: Construction products and contribution to safety, quality and demand for wo..
Day two of DesignBUILD is now over. The second of the three days is by far the biggest, with the show open from 10am until 8pm, allowing lots of time for industry professionals to get down to the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre to check out the show.
Many visitors, like yesterday, also came down at 10am for doors open to see the various stands, brands, products a..
DesignBUILD 2013 has opened for another year, this time in Sydney after being held in Melbourne last year.
Visitors wasted little time heading down to the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre with plenty of delegates roaming the aisles of halls two and three of the venue. The many visitors had a lot to look at, with the show looking visually more attractive than ever ..
Registrations are now open for the DesignBUILD Seminar and Workshop series, which is set to inspire, educate and inform with a diverse and interesting range of passionate and knowledgeable speakers.
We spoke about our keynote speaker, Professor Fernando Martirena, in our last edition and now we’re excited to announce the full list of speakers, with details and registrati..
CSR Edmonds will be bring the very best of it’s ventilation research and technology to DesignBUILD, showcasing its new game-changing cooling system; Odyssey.
Odyssey is the result of seven years of extensive research and development into the science of building temperature and provides residential dwellings with a cost effective complement or replacement to energy hungry..
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is fast becoming the industry standard for more integrated and cost-effective building planning and it's not just for architects anymore - with levels including 5D BIM and 6D BIM relevant to all parts of the project team.
Ultimately, the benefit of BIM is to enable an entire team to have one, and only one, centrally accessible, database..