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Architecture & Access welcomes Susan and Margarita to the Access Consulting team

Our organisation continues to invest in valuable experience with qualified people Susan Morris has recently joined our Queensland team as an Access Consultant. It’s a busy time at Architecture & Access and Susan and her experience are a welcome addition

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Architecture & Access introduces their Parental Leave Policy

A major step for Architecture & Access in becoming an equal opportunity employer This month Architecture & Access announced their new Parental Leave Policy. This will see 12 weeks of full wage paid parental leave for primary carers and 2

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Honouring Wendy Lovelace

Always encouraging equitable accessible solutions for community, public and private spaces This month I lost a very dear friend and colleague Wendy Lovelace. Wendy and I met 10 years ago when we were both working on the Brisbane City Council

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A Bachelor of Architecture in India and a Master of Architecture in Australia

When too much study is never enough… Architecture & Access congratulates Vibhika upon receiving her Master of Architecture. A Master of Architecture expands your knowledge in architecture, design and innovative strategies through creativity. Vibhika is part of the Access Consulting

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2022 AFL Festival of Footy

Celebrating the 2022 opening round – available for everyone to attend The 2022 AFL Festival of Footy Live Sites ran from Wednesday 16 March to Sunday 20 March 2022 and was located on the landscaped lawns at Yarra Park, East

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Wyndham law court development– A state-of-the-art court facility for Melbourne’s rapidly growing west

Where access has been prioritised by the client and the design team from the start of the project As part of the on-going development of civil infrastructure for the people of outer western Melbourne, a significant Law Court precinct is

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Melbourne Airports first Changing Places

An internationally recognised facility in a major international airport Melbourne Airport, also commonly referred to as Tullamarine Airport, is the primary airport serving the City of Melbourne and the second busiest Airport in Australia. Originally opening in 1970, the building

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Functional Trial Accessibility Assessments in Transport – Part 1.

Faster, more efficient, and accessible transport for Brisbane The Disability Standards for Accessible Public Transport 2022 (DSAPT) is currently undergoing a reform process. https://www.infrastructure.gov.au/infrastructure-transport-vehicles/transport-accessibility/reform-disability-standards-accessible-public-transport-2002-transport-standards Transport projects in Queensland have been under the microscope since the New Generation Rollingstock (NGR) Forde

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National Construction Code 2022

A major update – a Livable Housing Design Standard The new National Construction Code (NCC) was released for preview on 9 May, 2022. The NCC is updated every 3 years.  This update will include some significant changes that will pose

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Disability, human rights and the built environment

At the MPavilion, where the community comes together to engage and share Architecture & Access Architect Tim Randall recently spoke at a forum at the MPavilion, located in Alexandra Gardens on the topic of “Disability, human rights and the built

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