12-12 May 2022
MELBOURNE

Policy & Trends

5 KEY TAKEAWAYS | Conformance & Compliance: In the Wake of the Lacrosse Fire, How Are We Resolving Issues?

Sep 10, 2021 Policy & Trends

A few years on, our expert panel of industry leading voices and names, will be exploring the changes that have occurred since the 2014 fire, and what the implications are for design and building professionals. If you missed the live session or would simply like a recap, here are the key inisghts that came out […]

5 KEY TAKEAWAYS | Has COVID Killed the City?

Sep 10, 2021 Policy & Trends

Our panel of senior built environment professionals discussed the future of our city post-COVID and what that means for Australia’s built environment sector. If you missed the live session or would simply like a recap, here are the key insights that came out of the session from our virtual 2021 Be Summit. 1. Flexibility is […]

5 KEY TAKEAWAYS | Continuing Victoria’s Road to Recovery

Sep 10, 2021 Policy & Trends

13 months on the Victorian Treasurer, Tim Pallas joined Jamila Rizvi to discuss how recovery is tracking and what the built environment sector can expect next. If you missed the live session or would simply like a recap, here are the key inisghts that came out of the session from our virtual 2021 Be Summit. 1. […]

Shaping the future of work – The office ecosystem and hybrid work

Aug 23, 2021 Policy & Trends

In the history of work, the pandemic of 2020-2021 will be viewed as a turning point. Historical patterns of work, worker behavior and workplace engagement that had evolved over decades were disrupted and transformed and irrevocably shifted into a new direction. Offices hold a starring role in the future of work as they attract talent […]

Concerns about non-compliant building products

Jul 2, 2020 Policy & Trends

We delve into the complex role of compliance within a post COVID-19 world, and how weakening standards would affect the industry.

Product Conformity: Foundation to Improve Industry Accountability

May 7, 2020 Policy & Trends

NATSPEC have worked with various stakeholders to develop the NCPR Conformity Starter Pack. A multi-staged education package assisting both Australian and the global supply chain to meet the conformity requirements of Australian building practitioners.

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