The A$20 million Riverwood Business Park construction at Riverwood, NSW, used 100 tonnes of LYSAGHT SupaZed® purlins.
17 December 2003 New Purlins Offer Supa Solution for Riverwood Business Park
A revolutionary new type of purlin is saving time and money in the construction of one of south west Sydney's latest industrial developments, the A$20 million Riverwood Business Park. Located just 16 kilometres from the CBD, the Riverwood Business Park project is the conversion of a traditional industrial site to a state of the art commercial and industrial development. [Read more]
Building with framing made from LYSAGHT SupaZed® Located in the geographical heart of Sydney, Lidcombe Business Park offers brand new office and warehouse space.
23 November 2003 New Purlins Yield Supa Results
Sydney based company B & G Welding is leading the way in structural steel innovation at one of Sydney's newest business parks in Sydney's inner west. [Read more]
The Audi Centre, Brisbane uses roofing made from LYSAGHT SPANDEK® steel sheeting manufactured from COLORBOND® Metallic steel in the colour Citi®.
18 August 2002 Brisbane's Audi Centre a Sculpture in Steel and Glass
Prestige carmaker Audi is reinforcing its international position as a leading innovator in automotive design by creating showrooms that are sculptures in steel and glass. The newest Audi Centre in Brisbane is the largest and most elaborate of the company's showrooms to open in Australia. [Read more]
Paringa Vineyard Manager Roy Stevens outside the new administration centre and residence which uses ZINCALUME® zinc/aluminium alloy-coated steel for the frame, wall cladding and roof.
03 August 2002 A Vintage Design in Wine Country
South Australia's Paringa Vineyard has used steel to create an innovative and award-winning manager's residence and administration centre. Building and development company The Hickinbotham Group and architects Berriman & Associates designed the building to blend in with its rural surroundings. [Read more]
Sydney Aquarium - Uses Roofing made from COLORBOND® steel
02 August 2000 Sydney Aquarium Upgrade Liquid Assets
Darling Harbour is now near development saturation point. Theatres, hotels and a casino all compete mightily for the tourist dollar. A major upgrade has doubled the size of the Sydney Aquarium but almost gone unnoticed. The aquarium's creamy, rolling steel form, an ocean swell or breaker no less, has weathered well since its completion for the 1988 Bi-Centennial celebrations. This second stage keeps faith with an aesthetic central to the harbour's identity. [Read more]