The bin was delivered in four modules with dimensions of 25m long, 9m wide and averaging 5m high. The average weight was 90 tonne for each module and was transported ‘breakbulk’ packs rather than conventional shipping containers. This method of transport allows for faster on and off-loading, improved safety and logistical ease.
The $36m Glen Eira Sports and Aquatic Centre (GESAC) in located in Victoria. The project consists of a pipe trussed roof over the indoor pools and amenities and an elliptical pipe truss surrounding a fabric roofed hydroslide tower as one of the unique features of the project. The aquatic centre is expected to be open in the summer of 2012.
2,500+ tonnes of mechanical chute and plate work for BHP Billiton’s Marradong Project in Western Australia. The mine will join the existing 51km overland conveyor to the alumina refinery, near Collie. The overland conveyor is one of the longest in the world and will increase bauxite capacity to 2870 tonnes (dry) per hour. Scope included surge bins, feed hopper, ROM bin and miscellaneous chutewo
The complete development includes the refubishment of a 10 storey office building and extensive new retail spaces over six podium levels.
The new Premiership Stand at Skilled Stadium features a unique Triangular Truss Like Roof Structure, this cantilevers out past the supporting column and contains a fabric infill.
The Clarks Lane Footbridge provides access across the Upper Harbour Motorway for both Pedestrians and Cyclists. The structure is based around 1 mast located centrally between the abutments.
The new facility for the Adelaide Football Club is a multi-purpose training facility costing AUD $20 million The building is based on a radial grid which mimics the elliptical shape of the inside playing field.