Following her interview with Zoe Eather on the Smart Cities Podcast during the "Future Leaders, Future Cities" conference in Japan, Emma Hendry returns to the show to delve deeper into what defines a "Smart City" and the challenges we face in embracing the digital age in the Built Environment.
During her recent participation in the RMIT Leadership Forum this August in partnership with Common Purpose, Emma Hendry conducted an interview with RMIT for an upcoming production. Provided here is a transcript of their conversation on Emma's Career thus far and the role of diversity in empowering her organisation's decisions.
The Western Australian Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety Building and Energy have released a bulletin this month to discuss “guidance on developing performance solutions for housing projects.”
Click here to view a transcript of Emma Hendry during her attendance at the Property Council of Australia's "Digital Disruption" panel earlier this month, as she discussed the role of technology in the changing industry landscape, how to be a leader within this movement and emerging opportunities.
The Fair-Trading division of the New South Wales Government’s Department of Finance has established a ban on the use of Combustible Aluminium Cladding in residential and commercial buildings tomorrow, as part of an ongoing effort to prevent the identified risks of rapid vertical spread of fires associated with these products.
Hendry Group, Australia’s leading built-form advisory, was recognised by the Australian Financial Review during their annual awards presentation for Australia’s ‘Most Innovative Companies’ last night, ranking 53rd in the overall list.