Fostering a legacy in London
Fostering a legacy in London Updating classic buildings to suit modern office requirements, while staying true to the original design intent, requires skilful consideration. 200 Gray’s Inn Road is the work of renowned architect Sir Norman Foster, and his foresight proved generations ahead of the time. Located in the heart of London this property was [...]
Christmas Card Competition 2016
NDY held a competition which invited the children/grandchildren of NDY staff to contribute Christmas themed artworks.
Little National Hotel wins innovation award
Doma Group’s newly completed Little National hotel in Canberra has defined a new category: Budget Luxury.
Intelligent buildings: NDY in Silicon Valley
Referred to as the The Smart, Connected, High Performance Intelligent Buildings Conference, NDY has been invited to present its Intelligent Buildings expertise.
Retrofit of Wellington landmark takes out top honors
Te Puni Kōkiri House in Wellington has scored a remarkable double in the recent EECA Awards in New Zealand.
NDY is a finalist for United Nations Awards
NDY is a finalist in the prestigious 2016 United Nations Association of Australia World Environment Day Awards.
Senior appointment at NDYLTK Rail not based on luck
Senior appointment at NDYLTK Rail not based on luck With a name that includes Luk, one would assume that a senior leadership position for this director was a given. But it was skill, dedication and a desire to deliver exceptional client solutions, that has been the catalyst for Ms Luk’s ascendancy to the role of […]
Retail recovery in bricks and mortar
As significant retail precinct expansions continue in the shopping mecca of Melbourne, perceptions of any retail demise seem to be proved otherwise.
This London Angel was ahead of its time
This London Angel was ahead of its time Angel Building, designed by AHMM, has won the British Council for Offices Test of Time award. This award is presented to those developments that have proven themselves and lived up to their original aspirations and intentions.
How automation is changing engineering skillsets
How automation is changing engineering skillsets Engineers Australia recently caught up with senior industry thought leaders, for their thoughts on a new report which has revealed today’s young graduates could be pushed out of future jobs due to automation.