Starting as a small Oregon Millwork plant in 1960, JELD-WEN is today one of the world's largest manufacturers of reliable windows, doors and millwork, with over 150 divisions and more than 20,000 employees worldwide.
The Master Builders Association promotes the interests of the building and construction industry. Its services to members include training, legal services, industrial relations, building codes and standards, industry economics and international relations.
The Western Red Cedar Lumber Association web site has information on specifying, installing, building, maintaining and finishing Western Red Cedar - for architects, builders, distributors and manufacturers.
The Window Energy Rating Scheme provides unbiased information on energy-efficient windows, window films, skylights and window-furnishing & shading products. Participating companies are committed to manufacturing and promoting energy-efficient products.
The Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) is a joint government initiative addressing community expectations in the design, construction and use of buildings through nationally consistent building codes, standards and regulations.
From July 2004, NSW leads the Australian states in promoting sustainable residential development. How? Simply by requiring a BASIX Certificate with proposals to build homes. The BASIX Certificate is proof that your proposal satisfies the NSW Government's targets to reduce the amount of water and energy we use in our homes. To get a certificate, you need to complete a BASIX assessment.
The Housing Industry Association is the only national industry association for all building professionals, representing the interests of trade contractors, builders, and suppliers through to product manufacturers.