by Construction IQ
Tags: nest woman, enterprise establishment, global initiative
Hey Linda we are recording right now just to let you know. Thank you ___. Ok so ___ about ___ I'm trying to get them a context. Yes certainly my wrong(?) is Nest Woman Jove(?) Learning Development for Academehicle(?). My roll(?) office overseas a hundred fifty hotels around Australia ___. We also have an academy which is top all a global initiative so we have seventeen academies around the world ok as part of vehicle group. So obviously Australia is one of those academies so we get also we get information that get sent to us from Paris which is where our head office the academy is so we'll still do arrange a program that he think from the start of program to lady sheet programs. Ok ok so now so you mentioned that you just start to develop now was the enterprise ___ establishment you were there. Yeah the enterprise out here is being here for around 10 years ok so.
by Construction IQ
Tags: continuous advancement, innovation and technology, pod cast
You're with Lauren Callaghan from Construction IQ. Welcome to the pod cast for building and ___ 2011. The way it which facade has been designed and procured(?) has changed significantly over the past 20 years and the understanding of how they impact on the building is now much greater and one of the biggest contributor to the changing nature of the facade industry is the continuous advancement of technology and the emergence of new technique. According to Chad Brown associate at Thompson Advent(?) new technologies such as nano technology a changing and shaping the future of the facade design and delivery in Australia. New innovation and technology will also change the role of the facade in the future enabling the creation of a cultural ___ and identify of the building and it's surroundings. Dylan Brady director of Studio 505 believes the future of facade will revolve around challenging collaboration and cross ___
So again I'm recording right now. If you want to say a few words about the health on your book first? Yeah I needed to say few work blog, we getting you know 15 thousand readers a month and you know it's it's very popular. Great. I mean.
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