Monthly Archives: March 2020

Welcome Harriet (Tong Ka-Ching)

Linus Tong, Architecture & Access Safety in Design consultant celebrates the birth of beautiful Harriet. Congratulations to Linus and Kerry Tong who welcomed home a new baby girl Harriet Tong on Boxing Day 26 December 2019. Harriet is healthy and

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Specialist Disability Assessor (SDA) Course

Training Validation – Architecture & Access, part of the team testing the latest course, designed to educate professionals about this important design standard. The Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) Design Standard has now been released and is available for use by

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Bush Fire Recovery Support

Directors and staff together donate over $8,500 The recent bush fire crisis has had a significant impact on people, animals and the environment. Architecture & Access have made a financial contribution to aid with bush fire recovery for the affected

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Tennis for Everyone

The Australian Open is a tennis tournament held annually over the last fortnight of January in Melbourne, and is considered the Grand Slam of the Asia Pacific. This year a record 800,000 plus people attended the event. Architecture and Access

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Moorabbin Reserve Redevelopment

St. Kilda Football Club return to their spiritual home to a state-of-the-art facility that also provides a fully accessible community centre for grass roots sporting clubs. Traditionally known as Moorabbin Oval, RSEA Park as it is now known, has been

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Able Australia Northcote Day Services

A day-centre for adults with disability Able Australia has for some 50 years been a leading provider of disability services and community support to help adults and seniors to live the life they choose. Some of their programs are centre-based,

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West Gippsland Arts Centre Redevelopment

The project will honour the commitment and investment of all those behind the arts centre’s conception and growth over the last 30 years, by ensuring it will continue to be a leading regional arts centre for the next 30 years

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