Author: Sarah Rix

Hilltop harmony

Hilltop harmony

Perched on a rocky crest in Mansfield, Victoria, Robbie J Walker’s off-grid house defies harsh weather conditions to heat and cool itself writes Nick Johns-Wickberg. Where some architects might be tempted to build a structure that looms over its surroundings,...

Standard operating procedure

Standard operating procedure

AIRAH’s Infection Control and Operating Theatre Practices Special Technical Group is taking a close look at hospital air quality guidelines.

Breakfast of champions

Breakfast of champions

At the recent Women of AIRAH breakfast, attendees were challenged to be agents of change for greater equity, diversity and inclusion in our sector."Are you a morning person?” asked presenter Lisa Martello at the Women of AIRAH breakfast, held before the second day’s...

Seeking star performers

Seeking star performers

Awards, celebrating distinguished contributions in Australia’s HVAC&R and building services sector. Awards are handed out in six categories: young achiever, product excellence, software/digital excellence, project excellence, outstanding industry...

Red revolution

Red revolution

M3 Melbourne is one of two data centres in the Victorian capital that are set to house Australia’s largest and most comprehensive cloud ecosystem. Constructed by Kapitol Group, M3 Melbourne, a 100,000m² data centre in West Footscray, and M2 Melbourne, a 16,000m² data...

The heat is on

The heat is on

An El Niño weather event has been declared, amid realisation that 2023 appears likely to be the hottest year on record. Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology has formally declared an El Niño weather event, meaning one is under way for the first time in eight years. El...

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