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BMEE Conference – Blue Mountains

October 11, 2015 / Posted by in Uncategorized

General Manager Bronwyn Foord recently presented at the BMEE Conference in the Blue Mountains. The presenters included CSIRO and Exova WarringtonFire and a particularly inclusive number of other specialists in the field of bushfire requirements. Jennie Brockie MC’d the day which was attended by approximately 100 or more representatives of the fire brigades, certifiers, architects, manufacturers and more.

Bronwyn presented jointly with Keith Nicholls the chief Fire Engineer from Exova WarringtonFire on the testing procedures and the resulting tested products for the WADIC BAL29 WRCedar window and door range. The conference showcased relevant bushfire products to the local community and the following day held a community day where the locals were able to visit exhibitors stands and also find out more about protecting their homes from bushfires.

60 WADIC trainee fabricators attended the WADIC WRCedar BAL29 Training Course

May 3, 2015 / Posted by in News & Events
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BAL29 Bushfire Laboratory Test Video

May 3, 2015 / Posted by in News & Events

Watch the WADIC BAL29 Bushfire Laboratory Test Video:

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Timber Design Award 2015 – September

May 3, 2015 / Posted by in News & Events

The National Construction Code Of Australia – Free Download

May 3, 2015 / Posted by in News & Events

The National Construction Code Of Australia is now available to download for free from their web site.

Annual Wage Increase 2014

June 21, 2014 / Posted by in News & Events

Last Wednesday, the Fair Work Commission announced its annual wage review decision adjusting award review decision (read more here) wages and the federal minimum wage by 3% effective from the first pay period on or after 1 July 2014. This brings the national minimum wage for adults to $640.90 per week or $16.87 per hour. The trade rate will be increased by 3% resulting in the apprenticeship wages for both pre and post 1 January 2014 being increased.

Rates applicable to preserved Queensland state awards applying to apprentices and trainees will also be adjusted by the annual wage decision.

The Fair Work Commission has kept the national minimum wage case increase in line with previous years and the CPI. It is noted that the Fair Work Commission took into account the increase in Superannuation Guarantee Levy from July 1 from 9.25% to 9.5% and that the CPI increased by 2.9 per cent over the past year.

Major Announcement

May 28, 2014 / Posted by in Uncategorized


A tested range of WADIC BAL29 Proprietary Cedar Windows and Doors with Merbau sill has successfully met and complied with the very rigorous Standard for Testing a System that meets AS 1530 8.1 to 29 KW/m2.

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