An emerging trend in new buildings and major refurbishments; End-of-Trip facilities are typically identified as shower, bathroom and storage facilities for people biking to work. From a leasing perspective though, these facilities have now become a significant draw card for blue chip tenants and some fitouts are superb.
Automatic Heating is pleased to be an official Project Partner of the 5×4 Hayes Lane Project. Named after the physical constraints imposed on the site – a 5m x 4m plot of land in East Melbourne – the project aims to successfully construct an energy efficient residential dwelling to accommodate ...
Canberra’s Next Gen Health and Lifestyle Club in the capital’s inner suburb of Lyneham is the result of a public private partnership with Tennis ACT and the ACT government, and provides a facility like few others. Ideally located within Canberra’s sporting precinct, and offering some of the most advanced training ...
Companies using gas as an energy source in NSW would to do well to consider the current offer for Gas Efficiency Funding from the NSW Government. With grants up to $40,000 available for sites with an annual gas usage of over 1000 GJ this program aims to help the planned ...
A property wide commitment to carbon emissions reductions has seen an iconic Melbourne hotel reduce its gas consumption by 25 per cent through the replacement of aging atmospheric boilers. According to the Cold Hard Facts 2 report prepared for the Australian Government in 2012, hotels use an estimated 12 per ...
Prefabrication is the practice of assembling components offsite, and moving them to the building site where they are placed into position. While nothing new, the practice is an emerging one in the HVAC industry and the advantages are significant. Why build on site if you don’t have to? That’s the question ...
Corrosion and system inefficiency are serious – yet easily avoidable - side-effects of gases found in cooling, heating and condenser systems.
It’s fitting that the emerging technology of phase change material is a key feature of the innovative new building at Swinburne University: the aptly-named Advanced Manufacturing and Design Centre.
The problems associated with the presence of gases in heating, cooling and condenser water systems are significant, yet often overlooked. And alarmingly, new installations are just as much at risk as older systems. Oxygen. Hydrogen. Nitrogen. These are just three gases commonly found in the water of heating, cooling and ...
Automatic Heating recently had the opportunity to assist Box Hill TAFE with the provision of a training pod for use in the Refrigeration and Climate Control Centre of Excellence at Box Hill Institute.