Perth's Inglewood Aquatic Centre - Wide overhangs made from LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK® 406 steel are used to great advantage.
04 April 2001 Steel Blade Roof Sharp New Look for Swim Centre
A dramatic blade roof made from LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK® 406 steel sheeting is helping transform Perth's Inglewood Aquatic Centre into a state of the art multi-discipline sporting complex as part of a multi million dollar redevelopment of the complex. The Inglewood Aquatic Centre is home to the Riverside Swimming Club, one of Perth's oldest swim clubs. [Read more]
Brisbane Powerhouse Building - LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK® 700* sheeting made from ZINCALUME® steel was used to replace the original corrugated steel roof.
13 January 2001 Brisbane Powerhouse Gains New Lease of Life
The former Brisbane Powerhouse is the city's newest arts and leisure precinct following a massive renovation. It's new lease on life thanks in part to the innovative use of steel roofing. The Powerhouse features a main 400 seat 'flexible' theatre, a 200-seat theatre, a 100-seat studio and other internal and external performing spaces. [Read more]
Westfield Brisbane Cinema Complex - Using LYSAGHT BONDEK® Structural Steel Formwork
13 January 2001 Fast Track Cinema Construction Saves Millions
Queensland specialist formworker EMS Constructions has developed an improved formwork process that has saved substantial money by reducing time and labour costs. This process played a major role in the fast-track construction of the Westfield multi-cinema complex at Chermside in Brisbane, Australia. [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]
Yarraandoo Environmental Interpretive Centre on the New South Wales Mid North Coast hinterland features extensive use, both externally and internally, of LYSAGHT CUSTOM ORB® and LYSAGHT MINI ORB® corrugated sheeting.
04 September 2000 Environmental Centre Nominated For Tourism Award
Australia's first "educational and interpretive centre" in the high country of the New South Wales Mid North Coast hinterland has been nominated for a New South Wales Tourism Council Australia 'Big Sky' award for tourism excellence. [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]
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]
Sydney Showground - uses LYSAGHT LONGLINE 305® steel roofing allows unique designs through tapering of the sheets
02 August 2000 Sydney Showground Showpiece in Steel
An engineering breakthrough by BlueScope Steel to produce tapered sheets of LYSAGHT LONGLINE 305® steel roofing solved a complex technical problem with a simple solution. This major engineering breakthrough is responsible for the wave-like semi-circular roof over the Show Ring of the new Sydney Showgrounds at Homebush Bay - the focal point of the Royal Easter Show's home. [Read more]