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  • For example, in South Australia and Tasmania a number of energy infrastructure construction projects are going ahead.
  • This solid performance is a consequence of high levels of investment in oil and gas and energy infrastructure projects.
  • Notwithstanding the aforementioned power station, it’s largely a different story in the energy and utilities construction sector, however.
  • However, it isn’t stalling altogether and there are still some ongoing construction projects, including in Queensland.
  • Meanwhile, a project to develop the rail infrastructure in Melbourne is continuing with an upgrade of the Cranbourne-Pakenham rail corridor.


Creating Loadable Revit Families > ENGINEERING.com

  • But as popular as it is in the industry, it is still hard to find qualified and experienced Revit users.
  • This is because the company already has a collection of families or there is a Revit guru who handles the families.
  • The key to learning how to create quality Revit families is to understand the Family Editor modeling concepts and component creation process.
  • Worldwide, Autodesk Revit Architecture has become one of the most popular BIM software tools.
  • This can be confusing and frustrating for beginners or those trying to transition to BIM. However, when the concepts and methodology are grasped, Revit family creation is not that difficult.


French Minimalism’s Love Affair With 1950s Architecture Explored at Galerie Pascal Cuisinier

  • Architectural & Minimalist: French Design of the Fifties runs from October 29 through December 31, 2015 at Galerie Pascal Cuisinier, Paris.

  • A new exhibition at Paris-based Galerie Pascal Cuisinier examines the motivation behind the close love affair and its influence.
  • The new show, “Architectural & Minimalist,” highlights about 30 select pieces, among them some of the most radical and minimalist designs of the era, across furniture, chair, and lamp design.
  • French minimalistic design and architecture have been married for years.
  • The gallery champions the first generation of French industrial designers – those with works produced between 1951 and 1961.