HVAC Infrastructure Solution

Customer Government funded Registered Training Organisation (RTO) operating two campuses in Melbourne. The RTO offers nationally accredited courses to between 40,000 and 60,000 students each year, including Certificates I to IV, Diplomas and Advanced Diplomas, and Associate, Bachelor and Masters Degrees. Challenge One of the RTO’s campuses was closed in 2013 but the Victorian Government […]

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Are you in the Clean 200?

Recently As You Sow and Corporate Knights released the inaugural version of the Carbon Clean 200TM (Clean200TM), a list of 200 clean energy companies. The shift from fossil fuels to green energy makes environmental sense, but does it make economic sense? They asked the question: which companies currently are profiting from making the decision to […]

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Green Building Conference

The International Green Building conference was held last month and our CEO Matthew Macdougall was invited by the Singaporean Government to present at the event. Organised by the Building and Construction Authority of Singapore and into its eighth year, the conference played host to international green building experts, policy-makers, academics, built environment practitioners, tenants and […]

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Upgrading your HVAC system?

With nearly 40% of a building’s total energy consumption due to the use of heating upgrading your HVAC system at the right time is important. Ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems[1] and equipment needs to be in top working order to maintain efficiency, improve building performance and minimise costs. Older or inefficient HVAC systems can be […]

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Will Finkel Reward Your Business?

Discussion over the use, reliability and cost of electricity in Australia has been hotly debated for many years by both consumers, businesses and government. However, to address many of the issues the need for a national strategic approach has been required and recommendations from an independent review have now been released. The Finkel Review In […]

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Good Health – At What Cost?

All industries need to address cost inefficiencies, but none more so than the healthcare sector – including hospitals, medical centres, aged care and many more. The sector’s unique challenges have flow on effects not just for the organisation, but for its patients, staff and community. These challenges, in addition to the greater difficulties in obtaining […]

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IFRS 16 is coming – Are you ready?

On 1st of January 2019 the new accounting standard IFRS 16 for Leases will replace IAS 17. Are you ready? The IFRS body[1] estimates that there are around $3.3 trillion of lease commitments in companies around the world, and 85% of these commitments do not appear on the balance sheet of organisations. For some organisations […]

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