Monthly Archives for July 2013

Memory lane and the test of time

Kuala Lumpur 31st July 2013 After a day of meetings that ended a bit earlier than expected (yes some meetings can be conducted efficiently!  🙂 ), I decided to visit an old stomping ground, the KLCC Petronas Twin Towers, where I spent … Continue reading

31. July 2013 by Martin Klaasen
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On site

Kuala Lumpur 30th July 2013 Not much time to rest! Already back on site in Kuala Lumpur to inspect a site mock after a long day of meetings…back in the groove! J After an early morning flight to KL we … Continue reading

30. July 2013 by Martin Klaasen
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Back!

Singapore 29th July 2013 Hello, all, back from having been away! I am experiencing what everybody experiences I think when returning from a nice and restful holiday; jetlag, remoteness to what’s going on, a lethargy to get back in action … Continue reading

29. July 2013 by Martin Klaasen
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Generation Y not

Perth 5th July 2013 What better way to end the week (before going on leave) with a little party and the celebration of the birthday of my youngest daughter Kyra (happy birthday Kyr!). She reached the respectable age of 20 … Continue reading

06. July 2013 by Martin Klaasen
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How many permits does it take to install a light bulb?

Perth 4th July 2013 Sounds a bit like a joke and certainly feels a bit like a joke…. I had a meeting today with a project team to figure out the costs and process of applying and installing our lighting … Continue reading

04. July 2013 by Martin Klaasen
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When lighting is the only difference

Perth 3rd July 2013 It is not often that you get to do a lighting refurbishment only, I have had a few over the years, but they have been far and few between. The nice thing about these kind of projects … Continue reading

04. July 2013 by Martin Klaasen
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Are LED’s creating job losses?

Perth 2nd July 2013 Today I had a shock revelation during a discussion with the hotel operator of a project we are currently doing with them, realising that our strive to improve the sustainability of the hotel through savings in … Continue reading

02. July 2013 by Martin Klaasen
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Electricity

Perth 1st July 2013 Back in wintery Perth…cold at night but glorious weather (sunny and blue skies) during the day! While (whistle blower) Edward Snowdon is still holed up in Moscow awaiting his asylum request into Equador, US president Obama … Continue reading

01. July 2013 by Martin Klaasen
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