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Come in to my Webb (Webb Bridge, Melbourne, Australia)

What do you do with a nearly-new railway bridge when the rail link it carries closes just six years after it was opened? Well, in the case of the city of Melbourne, Australia, you convert it into a visually exciting piece of landmark cycle/pedestrian infrastructure. 780 more words

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Building on sacred ground

What do you do when you have a need for a new building within the context of a heritage site? What about when that heritage site is one of the most significant ancient sites anywhere in the world? 643 more words

Stones and Shuttles at Stonehenge.....!!!

I always try to end each year on a high with a visit to somewhere interesting and memorable. So it was that New Years Eve 2014 found Heather and I almost seeing out the daylight of the old year at Stonehenge. 2,073 more words

State Government Reveals Final East West Link Design

This week the Napthine Victorian Government signed a secret contract worth $6.8 Billion, with the Lend Lease led consortium to build the eastern stage of the East West Link toll road. 1,430 more words

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UTS Leading a Rebirth of Broadway

A new semester is well underway at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and the new home for the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology (FEIT) has everyone keeping a close eye on the suburb of Ultimo. 389 more words

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Stonehenge Exhibition and Visitor Centre by Denton Corker Marshall Architects has won an RIBA South West Award 2014

Honour for Stonehenge Exhibition and Visitor Centre.  Stonehenge Exhibition and Visitor Centre by Denton Corker Marshall Architects has won an RIBA South West Award 2014 from the Royal Institute of British Architects. 437 more words

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The weeds are starting to grow at Stonehenge

The works are far from over, but the visitor centre is starting to bed in, there is less bare mud about and on a wet sky windy spring day it was possible to experience a bit of the Stonehenge we will be learning to know in future. 214 more words

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