Steel Pencil were commised to produce shop drawings for the upgrade to the Curragh Mining Project. This included the 300T Bin, Crushing Tower, Dump Hopper & Structure and the Primary Crusher & Chain Feeder. At the time of completion this project is registered as having the worlds longest overland conveyor at 20.03km.
A large three story supermarket development in Fiji. 450mm diameter circular columns support the first floor framing beams. The floor comprised of over 180m of steel beams support the Comfloor steel tray decking and insitu concrete slab. Located on the third floor is the car park accessed by an insitu ramp supported by further steel work. Canopies surround the structure providing covered walkways
This project is a two storey office building, incorporating a WINZ service centre on the ground floor, with a building facade designed to blend in sympathetically with the surrounding historic buildings. The structure comprises precast concrete tilt slab walls, metal cladding and a ColorSteel roof. The total floor area is 1500m2
This job comprised of numerous light weight frames to form a covered walkway replacing the old existing frames from Auckland's domestic terminal to the each of the aircrafts set downs. 100 x 100 x 9mm SHS were fabricated to form portal frames 2.7m wide with the walkway close to 145m long.
Three 310UB46 frames support the canitevered roof structure providing cover for motorists.
The New Bendigo Gold Project involves the construction of a Greenfield gold processing plant of 300,000 tpa, expandable to 600,000 tpa. The structure is a complex mixture of portal frames, columns, beams and bracing. Supported by the structure is a maze of decks, platforms and walkways.
Steel Pencil were commissioned to produce shop drawings for the wet concentrator plant, this consisted of the main building, Platforms, and Stairs & handrails. The mine contains approx 5.8Mt of heavy mineral including Zircon
Steel Pencil was commissioned to produce shop drawings for the new youth center, this project was unique as it was the first project for Steel Pencil which consisted of Hebel Roof Panels (lightweight concrete).
Steel Pencil were contracted to this job by Pacific Drafting who were supplying the shop drawings for the structural steel. The structural model was supplied to Steel Pencil through which we were able to detail our panels to ensure all relevant items lined up.
Given the nature of Wellington and the use of space this was an interesting structure to best optimize the space for the building. A mixture of fittings were allowed for such as timber joists, concrete floors.