Posted by Sarfaraz
November 26, 2012

At the recent Green Build Conference, the world’s largest conference dedicated to green building, it was reported that 42 per cent of construction work in Australia over the next three years will consist of refurbishment and retrofitting work.

As more and more clients are finding that money is getting tighter, improving and adding value to existing assets is becoming a preferred choice instead of undertaking a new build.

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