Facades can do more than shade a building’s interior. In this article, we’ll look at some of the more creative approaches to form and function.
Choosing the right nonreactive and durable material for use in the Australian salt mining industry is a challenge for construction.
March 22 signifies World Water Day. Australian industries are utilising a number of innovative technologies to reduce their water consumption.
Drone are becoming more present in an number of different industries – construction included – making them safer and increasing efficiency.
The use of conveyor systems over diesel transportation in the handling of mining materials and minerals can improve efficiency and lower environmental impact.
Wire mesh and perforated metal are two examples of versatile mediums that have an equal footing in architecture and artistic design.
Open offices are good for employee satisfaction, but in terms of productivity, workers need a blend of open and private spaces to work in.
Dust is a persistent and ongoing threat to workers in the Australian mining industry. However, there are a number of solutions to control its exposure.
Underground architecture is a movement that addresses issues of overcrowding and the elements. We look at its pros and cons, and how we can be involved.
Australian architecture is moving towards sustainable, greener buildings. Here are some of the ways forward and how Locker Group can contribute.