WOW, well done to the Kingston Building QLD team for winning the MBA award for the "Best Commercial Building up to $5 Million" for the "Border Force Accomodation Facility" on Thursday Island. Great reward for what was a huge team effort.

Kingston won the prestigious MBA Award for 2018 Builder of the Year for the Border Security Project undertaken on Thursday Island.

The project involved the modular construction of accommodation for Border Security staff with the modules being constructed in Cairns. These were then barged up to Thursday Island where they were installed in record time.

https://astmanagement.eventsair.com/QuickEventWebsitePortal/2018-dna/program/Agenda

Go-Evolve Pty Ltd presents the UMBS Universal Modular Building System that incorporates a sustainable system design and affordable housing options which can also create Indigenous employment opportunities. We agree with the Commonwealth Government who believe Indigenous Australians deserve a better future, with more job opportunities, empowered communities and higher standards of living. UMBS although suited to the construction of quality architectural style city homes is particularly versatile and can be constructed in remote locations with unskilled labour working under skilled supervision. The UMBS construction system can accommodate an infinite variety of floor plans using main frames 13m2 to 54.84m2 in area with any or all of three auxiliary add-on frames (Outriggers). These steel module - components are pre-fabricated and can be welded in the factory or transported as a flat pack then slotted and bolted together on site. (Similar in concept to the IKEA principle) Modules can be arranged or stacked in any combination, thus providing great flexibility in design. On - site labour is reduced when compared with current conventional building methods. UMBS builds extremely fast - precise dimensions and pre- manufacturing permit quick and easy assembly of all components thereby contributing to easier management and supervision while contributing to a safer work environment. The prefabricated footing system can be placed on virgin ground right beside trees and fixed in place without damaging any vegetation, the existing Flora and Fauna enriching the overall development while having a lighter footprint on the land. Go-Evolve Pty Ltd would like to offer our architectural design service along with a 'Licence' to permit Building companies the opportunity to construct remote housing utilising UMBS. Preference will be given to those companies displaying a track record of support for Indigenous employment.

Trade and investment Queensland (TIQ) hosted the following visitors from China who were in Brisbane to participate in the Myriad. Magnus Bjornsson and Lester Drew - Directors of Go-Evolve Pty Ltd were invited to meet with these visitors on Tuesday 15 May at 1 William Street, Brisbane to discuss UMBS (Universal Modular Building System). They have lodged in China and received a world wide Patent for this steel frame construction system the is similar in concept to ‘IKEA’ with components being manufactured in a controlled factory environment – then delivered ‘flat packed’ to be assembled quickly – even in remote locations where unskilled workers can be gainfully employed providing they are working under skilled supervision.

The Queensland Government has direct links with and are held in high regard by the Chinese Government and Groups similar to the two listed below that have just visited Queensland.

Karen Ding the General Manager of Zizhu High Tech Park which is one of the largest science and technology national industrial Park which based in Shanghai. They are one of the cooperate organization for CPP program in China. They focus on support and help for start-ups to develop their business and explore potential opportunities for the start-ups as well as to cooperate with large-scale enterprises such as Intel, AVIC, etc. to build up joint programs and business to help on start-ups’ business.

Raffle Chan the Deputy Director of International Business Development is tasked to expand the coverage of the contest and want to bring it to Australia as well as to take the opportunity to find a suitable partner in Australia.

WTOIP performs transnational technology transfers and scouts for outstanding technological innovations. They offer full IP protection of a project prior to China market exposure, as well they establish connections with potential investors, producers or distributors selectively picked from their vast local network of partners.

In attendance for the meeting were the following people; (Photograph)

Department of Environment and Science -Maggie Gong

Science Capability, Engagement & Collaboration

Science Division - MANAGER

Trade Investment Queensland

Department of Environment and Science

Maggie Gong

Science Capability, Engagement & Collaboration

Science Division - MANAGER

Amanda Chen

Principal Trade & Investment Officer

International Markets

Rita Skipp

Senior Trade & Investment Officer

International Operations

Trade Investment Queensland

Ellen Xu

Business Development Officer

Trade & Investment Queensland China Office

www.tiq.qld.gov.au

WTOIP (World Internet Conference)

Boao Zongheng Network Technology Co Ltd

Raffle Chan

Deputy Director of International Business Development

Shanghai Zizhu Entrepreneurial Incubator Co. Ltd

Karen Ding

General Manager

www.zizhupark.com

Ocean Organics Australia

Ross Meaclem (Dip Agriculture)

Managing Director

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