Industry Partners



The Alternative Technology Association (ATA) is a not-for-profit organisation that has been promoting the use of renewable energy, water conservation and sustainable building since 1980. The ATA has over 5500 members across Australia and New Zealand, who are actively walking the talk in their own homes.  ATA promotes sustainable living and technologies through its publications including ReNew: technology for a sustainable future and Sanctuary: modern, green homes magazines found on newsstands across Australia and internationally.

ATA is unique in its ability to provide extensive, independent information about sustainable homes, water conversation and green energy to the government, industry and homeowners alike.  Become a member of the ATA and gain access to a large support network of knowledgeable people and receive a range of privileges to help you achieve your sustainability dreams.

  • Free Advice Service, provided by the ATA's experienced advisors, can answer all your sustainable living questions from solar installation to greywater gardening.
  • Free  online library has thousands of articles on sustainable living from ReNew magazine
  • Discounts from the ATA webshop and on a range of sustainablity-focused products and services.
  • Invitations to participate in your local branch activities which provides an opportunity to network and exchange information with like-minded people.
  • Quarterly issues of ReNew Magazine; packed with practical information on the latest and greatest in sustainable technologies.
  • Updates on the ATA's local, national and international projects.
Receive a 15% discount on ATA business and individual memberships. Join the ATA by calling (03) 9639 1500 to claim your discount.


The Australian Window Association is made up of over 450 window manufacturers and industry suppliers throughout Australia. Members of the association have products tested to Australian Standard AS2047. You can be confident that products are made to withstand Australian conditions when purchasing from an AWA member. Don't risk costly replacement of non compliant products that are not suited to Australian conditions.

The AWA also implements the Window Energy Rating Scheme (WERS) in large part due to teh fact that up to 40% of a home's energy used for cooling or heating is lost or gained through its windows. WERS rates the energy performance of window products, improving their thermal performance while reducing energy costs and Australia's greenhouse gas emissions.  The WERS website has over 60,000 custom rated window products to enable the right selection for your building in any climate zone.

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The Building Designers Association of Victoria is the peak industry body representing more than 1,700 building design professionals and accredited energy raters in Victoria. The BDAV is a not-for-profit organisation, which is managed by a committee of volunteers from amongst the membership, whose objective is to offer cost-effective, quality, membership services and benefits to meet the needs of the building industry community.

BDAV members are in high demand, and are involved in a diverse range of projects, including the design of residential, commercial, industrial, institutional, and all other types of buildings.  In Victoria, building designers are responsible for the design of more than 80% of residential developments, including units, apartments, and project homes. Building designers carry out a broad range of roles in the design process including pre-design services, site analysis, schematic design, design development, contract documentation and contract administration.

The BDAV is also an accrediting body for thermal performance assessors and home sustainability assessors. TPAs and HSAs accredited through BDAV are committed to a code of conduct that sets minimum professional standards and responsibilities.

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CoDesign Studio (Community Oriented Design) is a not-for-profit, mulit-disciplinary, social enterprise that combines integrated expertise in planning, urban design, architecture, landscape architecture and community development to deliver holistic responses to neighbourhood improvement challenges.  Their mission is to empower communities to become involved in visioning, shaping, owning and implementing projects that improve neighborhoods.

Design has enormous leverage in shaping the world. By shaping designers and the way they think, CoDesign can help shape a better world.



The Griffith University EcoCentre is nestled within the Toohey Forest on the Nathan campus of the university. Visitors to the EcoCentre enjoy the tranquillity and beauty of the forest with access to state of the art teaching, exhibition and conference facilities.

The construction and operation of the EcoCentre follow strict 'eco-design' principles, and feature solar energy, ambient ventilation and lighting, rammed earth walls for temperature regulation, rainwater collection for 'greywater' use, and wet composting toilets. All reflect domestic scale environmental technologies that can be used in the family home.


The Kitchen & Bathroom Designers Institute (KBDi) is a national organisation with local chapters located around Australia, providing kitchen designers and bathroom designers with Certification, (CKD Au, CBD Au), Professional Development, and networking opportunities for members. KBDi membership is open to all those with an interest in kitchen design and bathroom design from students just starting out to highly experienced industry professionals.









JazCorp’s Architect Designer Engineer Building & Construction Division, (ADEB) has been serving the WA Industry since 2009.   Its Information Seminars continue to gain momentum as topics of interest attract a cross disciplinary audience of Architects, Energy Assessors, Sustainability consultants, Suppliers, Engineers, Designers, Building & Construction companies.

The company strategically structures the format of Expo’s, Architect Supplier Presentations, Information Seminars  & Workshops using a unique approach designed to provide a maximum return benefit of time, and information presented by Experts in the industry, Scientists, Building Commission, Consultants, Professors, Associations.

JazCorp’s services remain flexible in line with Industry demand, and are designed to reduce the time spent on sourcing innovative, energy efficient, environmentally responsible products and cost efficient building materials for small to large projects.

The network recently launched a 1800 Timber Call Centre to service and connect general timber enquiries from members of the public and industry to the right businesses and service providers,  and those who wish to build timber framed homes.