Complete Steel Projects has worked together with industry leaders to undertake a range of key projects. See below for just a few of those.
Winner of the 2010 MBA Award for Best Industrial Building over $10m. The project was completed in 2009 for Southern Cross Constructions and involved the fabrication, painting and rigging of over 400 tonne of steel spread across four buildings including an office, warehouse and workshops.
This high profile, award winning project was completed in 2010 for Cooper & Oxley. The job required more than 300 tonnes of steel the detailing of which took almost 12 months.
The complexity of the design meant fabricating many different elements including the architectural pipe fittings and framing for the façade. The building's geometrical variations and unusual construction methodology made it one of the most complex projects the company has worked on.
The site was both tight and restrictive due to its location at the intersection of two main arteries into the CBD. These additional complexities meant the job required considerable forward planning and superior project management skills.
Completed in 2010 for John Holland this project involved the fabrication, painting and rigging of 300 tonne of steel for 4 hospital buildings including the Emergency Room and a Public Ward.
Involving the fabrication, painting and erection of over 100 tonne of steel for both a roof and complex awning this project was completed in 2010 for GM Builders.
This project was completed for Decmil Australia in 2009 and involved the fabrication, painting and rigging of more than 300 tonne of steel across 5000m² of buildings including an Administration Block, Workshop and Warehouse.
Completed in 2010 for Decmil Australia, the project included the cladding and rigging of a 1,200 man camp for BHP.
Completed in 2011 for Decmil Australia, this project involved the complete rigging of support buildings and an 800 man camp.
Completed in 2009 for Decmil Australia, the project involved the fabrication, painting and rigging of a state-of-the-art central Control Room for the Pluto liquefied natural gas project on the Burrup peninsula. This particular element of the project was particularly high-profile as it was on the critical path for timely completion of the overall project.