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Project Building Certifiers is a company based in Darwin, Alice Springs and Adelaide that provides building certification and structural engineering services for projects in all metropolitan and regional areas throughout South Australia and the Northern Territory. Founded in 1995 by Duncan Cooke, the Project Building Certifiers staff all work in a highly skilled and collaborative manner throughout our three offices. Our company is dedicated to giving our clients the correct technical advice with immaculate detail to ensure that all projects can be built effectively and efficiently in a safe environment. Project Building Certifiers is up to date with the most modern design elements and ideas which can be of high use to your project.

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Solar Panels

Cheapest Solar Panels in the World

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Australia is home to the World’s cheapest Solar Panels A recent report published by Deloitte titled ‘Deloitte’s Global Renewable Energy Trends,’ has identified Australia has having the most affordable pricing for Solar Panels. Due to both the declining costs and advances in ‘technology driving demands for renewable’s.’ An advanced control system means that Solar and […]

Construction

Bamboo Bungalow

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48 hour Bamboo Bungalow An estimated 108 million Nigerians are classed as homeless, a shocking statistic that only now the Nigerian state of  Lagos has planned to address. With such a huge number of the population lacking an average standard of living as well as little to no access to adequate hygiene facilities, the state […]

Construction

A Vertical Garden

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A Vertical Garden: Design Competition for Australia’s tallest tower A design competition for Australia’s tallest tower attracted entries from all around the world. These included architects from China, Holland as well as Copenhagen. The winning firm,’UNStudio,’ focused on combining green space within their design and in turn created a twisting, curvy skyscraper. The design includes […]

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Bacteria-powered solar cell

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Innovative Solar Panels These uniquely design cells, created by the researchers at the University of British Columbia, are able to convert light to energy even in dim skies. Being able to be produced cheaply these cells will allow for locations with high cloud cover to utilise renewable energy, such as British Columbia and parts of […]

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Melbourne University Precinct Design

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A New Student Precinct The concept design for Melbourne University’s new student precinct has been completed by a team of architects at Lyons Architecture.The new precinct is predicted to cost just over $229 million and will be located at its Parksville campus. Foccusing on ‘form and function,’ the design has been completed by both Alumni […]

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International Design Competition

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Adelaide Art Gallery – International Design Competition Diller Scofidio & Renfro and Woods Bagot have been chosen as the winners of the International Design competition that drew competitors from all over the world. Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Woods Bagot wowed the judges with their design for thecontemporary art gallery and sculpture Park which will […]

Construction

Children design their own nursery

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Klab Architects Klab Architects in Greece have used the unique idea of designing a children’s nursery by using the children’s imagination and preferred colour palette. The nursery is located in Glyfda, a southern suburb of Athens. Their idea was to create and design the educational buildings that the children would be able to connect to […]

Construction

9 Newly Built World Cup Stadiums

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The 2018 world cup commences today in Russia. With a total of 12 stadiums being involved in the tournament, 7 are newly constructed while another 2 have been recently redeveloped. A look at the newly constructed stadiums and their designs can be seen below: 1. Kaliningrad Stadium Capacity: 35,212 Architect: Wilmotte and Associes The Kaliningrad stadium, […]

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Green Building Adoption

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The Green Index Australia, among other countries is leading the way in green building adoption. A rise in green commercial buildings has led to 18.6% of office space in 10 markets within Australia, Canada and Europe now being certified as green. While Canada ranks firs on the green index, Melbourne and Sydney rank 3rd and […]

Construction

A Prefabricated Future

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With the collapse of the automotive manufacturing industry estimated to have taken a staggering 40,000 jobs, a new manufacturing industry is about to be born. Prefabricated buildings. This new industry focuses on safe, affordable and sustainable housing. The Melbourne School of Engineering realises the potential for this growing sector and is pushing to increase it […]

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