Affiliations

Specialied Textiles Association

Specialised textiles Association (Formerly ACASPA)

Specialized Textiles Association (formerly known as Australian Canvas & Synthetic Products Association, ACASPA, is a national association representing fabricators, installers and suppliers of textiles, equipment, accessories and services in the specialized textiles industry.

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LSAA (Lightweight Structures Association of Australasia)

The Lightweight Structures Association is a Not for Profit, autonomous, inter-disciplinary group of interested parties involved in the field of lightweight structures. Operating primarily in Australian and New Zealand our basic aim is to promote the proper application of lightweight structures, their design, fabrication, construction and materials and to encourage the development of these and other aspects essential to lightweight structures.

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TensiNet

TensiNet is an association or platform for all parties interested in tensioned membrane structures. TensiNet is a multi-disciplinary association, conforming to the initial objectives of the EU-funded thematic network.

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IFAI (Industrial Fabrics Association International)

Founded in 1912, IFAI is the only trade association in the world representing the entire specialty fabrics/technical textiles industry. Currently nearly 2,000 member companies in 58 countries are involved. Member products span the entire spectrum of the specialty fabrics industry, from fiber and fabric suppliers to manufacturers of end products, equipment and hardware.

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Fabric Structures Association

The Fabric Structures Association promotes the use and growth of fabric structures among architects, engineers, suppliers an fabricators who are looking to expand the potential for innovative design

BSA

Queensland Building Services Authority

The Building Services Authority (BSA) is a statutory authority established under the Queensland Building Services Authority Act 1991.

The BSA’s charter is to regulate the building industry through the licensing of contractors, educate consumers about their rights and obligations, make contractors aware of their legal rights and responsibilities, handle disputes fairly and equitably, protect consumers against loss through statutory insurance, implement and enforce legislative reforms and where necessary prosecute persons not complying with the law.

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Registered Professional Engineer Queensland

All registered engineering practitioners observe a common Code of Ethics to accept responsibility for outcomes only within their area of competence and specifically commit to keeping up-to-date through continuing professional development to sustain their engagement in delivering engineering services. They deliver engineering outcomes that minimise adverse social, economic and environmental consequences, with due regard for the safety, health and welfare of the community.

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Mooloolaba Bowls Club

Mooloolaba Bowls Club was founded in 1949 with its present clubhouse and facilities opened on the 2nd of May 1966. Recently, we completed our second stage of renovations, with all new interior and air conditioning.
In 2011 the Mooloolaba Bowls Club installed a Wide Span Fabric Structure, We’re told by many bowlers that our single canopy structure – offering column free space over two bowling greens (3253sqmts) with a height of 9.5 metres – is the best bowling environment.
Enclosing two bowling greens with one fabric canopy is a unique design developed by Light Weight Structures especially for the Mooloolaba Bowls Club