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LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK 700 HI-STRENGTH® in Shale Grey™ COLORBOND® steel was selected for the roof on Melbourne's $30 million Horizon Apartments complex.
14 November 2004 A New Horizon For Steel Roofing
A striking new A$30 million development in Melbourne's west has recently reached a successful completion, with help from leading Melbourne builders, L.U. Simon, and BlueScope Lysaght. [Read more]
About 20,000 square metres of LYSAGHT BONDEK® acts as permanent formwork on the A$65 million development in the heart of Melbourne.
04 November 2004 A True Blue Solution For Melbourne's Newest Office Block
A new A$65 million development in the heart of Melbourne will be the first new office building in Melbourne for 8 years. [Read more]
The new roof for the Northern Stand of the Melbourne Cricket Ground is a cable net structural system which uses 4,500 tonnes of structural steel supplied by BlueScope Steel.
24 April 2004 XLERPLATE® Kicks A Goal For MCG
One of Melbourne's biggest construction projects is staying ahead of the game, with the help of established Melbourne-based steel fabricators, Alfasi Steel Constructions, and BlueScope Steel. [Read more]
Roofing made from LYSAGHT SPANDEK® in Night Sky® COLORBOND® steel on the Artspace Mackay, a regional art gallery and museum operated by Mackay City Council.
05 February 2004 Art of Steel - Mackay Gallery Wins Acclaim
A stunning new art gallery in Mackay, Queensland is turning heads, and not just because of what's inside. The building itself resembles a giant artwork, with dynamic angles, vibrant colours, steel and sculpture incorporated into its exterior. [Read more]
25,000 square metres of LYSAGHT BONDEK® steel decking formwork was used in the construction of the car park and theatre block at Melbourne's Cabrini Hospital.
19 September 2002 Cabrini Hospital Built on the Strength of LYSAGHT BONDEK®
A cost effective and rapid steel formwork system has ensured that a A$25 million expansion program at one of Australia's largest private hospitals will be completed in record time. The new operating theatres and a new car park at Melbourne's Cabrini Hospital will expand the centre's comprehensive medical services. [Read more]
LYSAGHT LONGLINE 305® roofing on Myrtleford & District War Memorial Hospital, Victoria
18 May 2002 Rural Hospital Just What the Doctor Ordered
Myrtleford & District War Memorial Hospital in Victoria's north east features more than 4,000 square metres of LYSAGHT LONGLINE 305® cladding made from COLORBOND® steel in the colour Shale Grey™. [Read more]
Prospectors & Miners Hall of Fame in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. LYSAGHT SPANDEK® and LYSAGHT CUSTOM ORB® sheeting were used to clad both the exterior and the interior of the building.
09 February 2002 Walls of Steel Honour Fields of Gold
Australia's prospecting and mining industry now has its own world class museum in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. Perth's Ferguson Architects beat a national field with a contemporary design in steel, concrete, glass and recycled timber to win the right to create the A$21 million Australian Prospectors & Miners Hall of Fame. [Read more]
The roof of the new ANZAC Hall at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra is clad with LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK® 406 made from COLORBOND® steel.
06 October 2001 A Roof To Remember
The new ANZAC Hall at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra has helped the venue win the accolade of Canberra's top tourist attraction for the second consecutive year. The new A$11.9 million hall houses, among other exhibits, the Japanese midget submarine sunk in Sydney Harbour in May 1942. [Read more]
Townsville's Museum of Tropical Queensland featuring a roof made from COLORBOND® steel
17 December 2000 Museum Wins Ten Awards Since June Opening
Townsville's Museum of Tropical Queensland has won 10 major design awards for architecture since opening in June, including three from the Royal Australian Institute of Architects (RAIA), two from the Australian Institute of Building and one from the Institute of Engineers Australia (IEA) - Queensland Division. [Read more]
Homebush Bay Archery Park, NSW, uses roofing made from ZINCALUME® steel in the profile
02 August 2000 Archery Park Razor Blade
Sydney Olympic's Archery Park by Peter Stutchbury, with totemic landscaping by partner Phoebe Pape, has all of the qualities we have come to expect of this practice. [Read more]