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Photo:  Artist Jane Gillings integrates Dincel into her recent sculpture ‘The Pearly Gates’ during the 2016 Sculpture by the Sea exhibition
Posted by: on 15/11/2016

Dincel Construction System has built a reputation as one of Australia’s most innovative building products, however its use was taken to another level at the recent Sculpture by the Sea exhibition in Sydney.

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This appeared in the July 2016 issue of create magazine. Reproduced with permission from Engineers Australia
Posted by: on 25/07/2016

The innovation behind Dincel’s new 275mm profile has been awarded by Engineers Australia’s create magazine, with engineer Berkay Dincel joining its line-up of 50 Most Innovative Engineers for 2016.

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Posted by: on 28/06/2016

Planter boxes are commonly designed in many construction projects, and regardless of whether they are built along the edge of a building or incorporated into the balcony balustrades, planter boxes can add unnecessary delays to a construction project

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Photo: Burak Dincel accepting the award for the 2016 Most Innovative Product Award from CIVENEX IPWEA Director Bill Woodcock.
Posted by: on 27/05/2016

Dincel Construction System has taken out the 2016 Most Innovative Product Award at this year’s CIVENEX Expo, the largest public works and construction trade fair in the Pacific region.

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Sydney property with fibre-cement rendered façade finish - displaying mould and mildew Insurance companies no longer cover for buildings displaying mould and mildew
Posted by: on 24/05/2016

Leaky building syndrome has caused enormous ongoing headaches in New Zealand, with the cost of repair work running into billions of dollars. However, there is limited awareness of the issue in Australia despite many areas at risk, particularly in Tasmania, Victoria and tropical Queensland. As winter approaches, the increase in rain, condensation and dampness is the perfect breeding ground for leaky building syndrome. It’s an important and growing issue that needs to be addressed by the Australian building industry.

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Posted by: on 17/03/2016

The recent earthquakes in Christchurch, New Zealand are a stark reminder that the unexpected forces of nature can hit at any time, and have the potential to cause large scale devastation.

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Posted by: on 08/03/2016

Speed is critical in today’s residential development market, spurring a willingness to try new building materials and methods. In multi-level buildings the core, consisting of lift and fire stair shafts, is critical to the integrity of a building’s structure and can take a long time to complete. For developers and builders, the core construction is one of the most time and cost intensive parts of the development and holds up floor construction.

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