An Interview with Michael Ng, Latham's Exclusive Malaysian Distributor

By Adam Latham

Recently Adam from our team sat down with Michael Ng, Latham’s exclusive Malaysian Distributor, from Sun Synergy Sgn Bhd. He shares stories of how he started in the industry, news about trending construction issues in South East Asia, and updates on Latham’s product offerings.

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5 Things I Learnt At Archidex 2016

By Edwin Ng

Archidex is South East Asia’s most successful annual trade event focussing on architecture, interior design and building. Latham Australia was pleased to be invited to exhibit our products at the recent 2016 show, in conjunction with Sun Synergy Sdn Bhd, our exclusive Malaysian Distributor. Edwin Ng is Sun Synergy’s Business Development Manager and in this article he shares five key learnings he gained from his time spent manning the stand at Archidex 2016.

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An Interview with Dane Latham

By Latham Australia

Meet Dane, the Office Manager at Latham Australia. In this post, Dane talks about the heritage of Latham, his experience growing up in a family business manufacturing world class architectural products, and what his favourite Sydney building is.

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When is it time to replace your safety stair treads?

By Latham Australia

A safety stair tread is an essential component to any building exposed to pedestrian traffic. Not only do anti-slip treads and stair tread nosing minimise the risk of pedestrian slips and falls, they help to protect owners, building managers and construction workers from liability in the event of an accident. They also protect underlying floor surfaces from costly damage through continual wear and tear.

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An interview with Adam Latham

By Latham Australia

Meet Adam, the Sales Manager and Owner at Latham Australia. In this post, Adam talks about his early days growing up in a family business, being an Australian Manufacturer and his personal views on the biggest change in the global construction industry.

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Women in Architecture

By Latham Australia

Women working in traditionally male-dominated industries have never had it easy. In 2016, you wouldn’t expect to find that women still combat misconceptions and archaic attitudes about their strength, their abilities and their education within the building and construction industry ― a place where they are still underrepresented and considered a minority. But the stats speak for themselves: out of the 305,000 people employed in NSW’s building and construction industry, only 10 per cent are female.

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5 Ways To Alleviate Common Client Concerns

By Latham Australia

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As a contractor, the success of your business depends on how you interact with clients. At some stage or another, it's common to find them asking questions, hesitating  to make decisions, and getting worried that the job won’t be finished on time or within budget.Read More

The 5 most exciting construction projects in the world right now

By Latham Australia

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In 2015, the global construction industry witnessed some extraordinary examples of ingenuity. Concepts such as smart buildings and vertical gardens featured in headlines, and builders and architects around the world worked together to transform the industry and break away from tradition.

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[INFOGRAPHIC] Inside Barangaroo

By Latham Australia

barangaroo-infographicRecently opening its first stage of development to the public, the multi-million dollar Barangaroo project is anticipated to redefine the way Sydney's local residents and visitors live, work and relax. Built along Sydney's former Darling harbour east precinct, Barangaroo marks one of Australia's most significant construction projects in decades. This infographic covers some of the most significant stats surrounding the project. Here's a few reasons why it's been so significant... 

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Apprenticeships at Barangaroo

By Latham Australia

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It’s that time of year when school leavers all across Australia celebrate their freedom. But for many graduates that joy will be short lived, as the sobering prospect of job hunting and embarking on a new career sets in.

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