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Synergy 45: Greening Singapore Even More

A few weeks’ back, three of the Australasian TerraCottem team popped over to Singapore for Green UrbanScape Asia, aka GUSA. Given Singapore’s reputation as an astonishing garden city-state, the conference and expo’s theme – intense nature in cities – made perfect sense. Tarrant Baguely and Rick and Tim Sharpe share their observations…

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SoilsCon17 Presentation now online

SoilsCon17 Presentation now online

Earlier this year, our Technical Manager Davy Ottevaere had the pleasure to talk about soil conditioning at the 2017 SoilsCon, organized by Tim O’Hare Associates. The feedback was unanimously praising.

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Winners 2017 TerraCottem Photo Competition

Winners 2017 TerraCottem Photo Competition

We are pleased to announce the 3 winners for our first TerraCottem Photo Competition.
After careful deliberation, the jury - composed of 2 external people working in advertising - selected the following three entries as being the most visually appealing, original and self-explanatory. 

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Integrated Technological Solutions for the SDGS

G-STIC 2017

TerraCottem bvba will be presenting a poster at G-STIC 2017, the first edition of a new conference series organized in Brussels from October 23 to October 25, 2017. G-STIC is a Global Science, Technology & Innovation Conference that aims to facilitate the world-wide implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.

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Synergy 44: The more you know, the more flowers you grow

Synergy 44: The more you know, the more flowers you grow

At the risk of stating the obvious, if you like what you do, then you tend to get better at it. And as the years roll along, the expertise you build up makes your work life more interesting - and the results even better. Here’s a good example, the proof in just one person’s path since the 1990s... 

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Synergy 43: Soft Engineering

Synergy 43: Soft Engineering

The ideal is alive and kicking at the City of Melville, Australia. Sitting and working side by side in its local government offices are the City’s civil engineers and landscape architects*. And while this is not new in itself, Melville’s projects are changing form thanks to the two disciplines bouncing ideas off each other.

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