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Collins Square breaks new ground in Melbourne

For Collins Square, the new Events and Business Centre is designed to cater to small and large scale meetings and presentations for up to 200 people, including public events such as weddings. Located on the Levels 5 & 6 of Tower 2, and as befits a development of this calibre, patrons will have access to [...]

RACV Cape Schanck Resort

RACV Cape Schanck Resort upgrade includes the latest in innovation and technology The Mornington Peninsula, a popular tourist destination an hour’s drive from Melbourne, is well known for its galleries, spas and cafes, gourmet produce and boutique wineries. Soon there will be another attraction to add to the list: an integrated hotel resort offering an [...]

Jeffrey Smart Building Wins Best Application of AV in Education $500k+

Last night the annual Audio Visual Industry Awards (AVIA’s) were held at the Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre as part of the Integrate Conference for leaders and professionals in AV and Systems Integration. Umow Lai entered the Jeffrey Smart Building project for the University of South Australia in the category of “Best Application of AV in [...]

University of South Australia’s Jeffrey Smart Building Shortlisted in the AVIAs

We are proud to have been shortlisted in the Audio Visual Industry Awards, in the Best Application of AV in Education $500k + category, for our Audio Visual work on the University of South Australia's Jeffrey Smart Building. The Best Application of AV in Education Award is for the best conceived, best executed, and most innovative audiovisual projects and [...]

New Horizons for Umow Lai

Melbourne's Monash University recently opened its New Horizons building, which the university hopes will become one of the southern hemisphere's most important technological innovation hubs. Read the full Ecolibrium Article