Ecolibrium May 2024

The May 2024 issue of Ecolibrium includes the feature articles:

  • A gothic tale – An historic Melbourne precinct has experienced a complete reinvigoration that has not only attracted new clients, but returned some of the city’s most spectacular heritage spaces to the public.
  • Cool comfort – Dr Federico Tartarini, Affil.AIRAH, works to improve the thermal comfort and safety of all Australians.
  • 10 things I like about ARBS – We preview Australia’s biggest building services event.
  • Courting expansion – The award-winning upgrade of MyState Bank Arena in Tasmania was completed in just eight months. What lies beneath – We look at geothermal heating and cooling in action.
  • The fans of Sydney – Dr Timothy English reflects on a pioneering project helping people experiencing homelessness stay safe in extreme heat.
  • Clearing the air – Dr Claire Bird, M.AIRAH, talks about her work detecting, monitoring, and managing mould in HVAC systems.
  • Capital gain – The latest addition to Brindabella Business Park in Canberra is an architectural delight.
  • Reshaping the landscape – We hear from participants in an ASBEC-run pilot program for women in construction.
  • Cool for school – The i-Hub initiative uses integrated design to improve indoor air quality in ACT schools.
  • A ‘shroom of their own – A family-run mushroom farm in Far North Queensland thrives thanks to cutting-edge HVAC design.
  • Outstanding in his field – Sonia Holzheimer, M.AIRAH, pays tribute to her colleague and dear friend Graeme Standfield, F.AIRAH, an HVAC innovator in Australia’s tropical north.

AIRAH members: A hard copy is direct-mailed to you as part of your AIRAH membership. The full issue is also available to read online.

Non-members: A hard copy is available to purchase for three months here. You may also be interested in subscribing to Ecolibrium or becoming an AIRAH member.