Why You Should Consider a Structural Glass Balustrade

Posted on: 21 June 2016

If you have a particularly nice view from your deck, why not consider getting a structural glass balustrade to enhance your viewing pleasure as well as the beauty of your home? What's the Difference? When you install a structural glass balustrade, the glass panels used must be sufficiently rated in order to provide structural strength. This sets these products apart from normal glass balustrades, where the glass is simply used as a panel.
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4 Ways to Update Your Résumé for the Australian Job Market

Posted on: 31 May 2016

Your résumé (also known as a CV) may have gotten you a great job in your current place of residence, but that doesn't mean it's right for the Australian job market. If you're emigrating to Australia and want to get hired as soon as possible, you need to update your résumé to the country's requirements. Here are 4 things you should cover before sending your résumé out to Australian employers. Of course, there's more to getting a job than having your résumé in order, so remember to contact a migration agent for full and comprehensive advice.
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Important Design Considerations for an Electrical Switchroom in a Commercial Building

Posted on: 26 May 2016

If you want to put up a building for commercial purposes, it is important to get it right when it comes to electrical connections. Particularly, the electrical switchroom should be built in compliance with any set regulations and equipped with the all the necessary safety equipment. The building's electrical switchrooom is the central sub-station that supplies electricity to all the places within and around the buildings. Certainly, it handles high voltage at all times.
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Tips for Working With a Building Certifier in Australia

Posted on: 16 May 2016

When constructing any type of building, be that a commercial establishment or residential home, you need to have a building certifier inspect your progress along the way. Note a few considerations about working with a building certifier and the work they do, and what you can expect during this process so you're sure to get your building properly certified as easily as possible. 1. Are all certifiers provided by local council?
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