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ARTAS Turns 30 – Win a Night at Peppers Silo Hotel

To celebrate our 30th Birthday ARTAS Architects are offering you and a friend a chance to win a one night stay* including breakfast in a beautiful Gorge River Deluxe Room at Peppers Silo Hotel. To enter, simply like and follow the ARTAS Architects Facebook page (if you haven’t already) and comment Happy Birthday below. The winner will be announced via…
8th July 2019
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Galvin Park Tennis Pavilion Officially Opens

The Galvin Park Tennis Pavilion in Werribee was officially opened on Friday 21 June by Wyndham City Council Mayor Mia Shaw. The new tennis pavilion at Shaws Park in the Wyndham City precinct enhances the image and reputation of this municipality to deliver high quality sporting events and activities. The project involved the removal of the existing club house, replacing…
27th June 2019
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Project sneak peek – East Launceston Primary Kindergarten

Construction is well underway by the team at R&S Rosier Construction on the new Kindergarten at East Launceston Primary School. The majority of framing is now complete and roof sheeting and highlight windows are being installed. The new Kindergarten is located on the western side of Oxford Street between the existing pavilion and the tennis courts. This project is scheduled…
26th June 2019
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Vote for Peppers Silo Hotel

Voting is open in the Australian Institute of Architects Tasmanian Chapter People Choice Awards until 15 July 2019. Please get behind our entry Peppers Silo Hotel and vote now! By voting you can go in to the draw to win some great prizes.
25th June 2019
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$12m redevelopment underway at Riverside High School

An expression of an evolving school community, Riverside High School's art rooms have opened. The art rooms are the first rooms to be completed as the school undergoes a $12 million facelift. Redevelopment of the school will be ongoing until the end of the year and construction is on target. Riverside High School principal Natalie Odgers said the redevelopment was…
18th June 2019
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ARTAS Architects is employing

ARTAS Architects are seeking applications from experienced administration candidates to cover a 6-7 month maternity leave position commencing in mid-July, Monday to Thursday 9.00am to 2.00pm, in our Launceston practice. The successful applicant will be a talented and motivated professional, able to contribute excellent organisational skills and a great attitude to a collaborative and energetic working environment. Key skills Skills…
15th May 2019
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Examiner Subscribers CH Smith Site Tour

On Saturday 27 April ARTAS' Scott Curran and Kate Gooch alongside Developer Errol Stewart and Fairbrother staff conducted tours of the CH Smith site for around 60 Examiner subscribers. This was a great opportunity to share our design intent and vision for the site as well as our history with the site. Many in the tour groups also had memories…
29th April 2019
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Silo’s Electrifying Moment

Tasmanian based photographer Simon Toogood (http://www.toogiephotography.com/) captured the moment that lightning struck ARTAS adaptive reuse project Peppers Silo Hotel. He spoke to the Examiner Newspaper about making the shot "The lightning strike might have only lasted about 30 microseconds"... To read the full article visit the link below.
28th March 2019
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Cheese For Change

Our Launceston staff took part in a Cheese for Change breakfast and enjoyed a range of toasted cheese sandwiches in support of White Ribbon Australia on Monday 18 March. A great initiative of White Ribbon and an opportunity for our staff to discuss what zero tolerance to violence against women means to us as individuals and to our company. For more indepth…
18th March 2019
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Fairbrother Charity Ride

ARTAS Director Scott Curran was invited to join the inaugural Fairbrother Charity Ride between Devonport and Hobart on 15 - 16 February 2019. Undertaking a gruelling 358 kilometres and 4800 metres of elevation in just two days the team of 17 started out at the Bluff in Devonport finishing with a tough climb up Mt Wellington to the finish line. The…
19th February 2019