Sporting Facilities

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]
A gymnasium in Queensland with roofing made from ZINCALUME® steel
05 February 2004 Striking Modern Design Has Air to Breathe
An award winning Queensland designer has created a modern commercial sports facility with air to breathe in an innovative renovation of a Queensland gymnasium. Designed by Osman Designpac Building Designers, the renovation is an amalgamation of modern technologies and cutting edge style. [Read more]
Suncorp Stadium Queensland uses roofing made from LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK 700 HI-STRENGTH®, the underside of the roof is made from perforated LYSAGHT CUSTOM ORB® for acoustic insulation.
06 June 2003 'Up and Under' roof scores for Queensland home of Rugby League
An "Up and Under' is a high kick that has won many a football match. An innovative new "Up and Under' roof construction technique for the massive new grandstands at Queensland's home of Rugby League is also a winner. [Read more]
The A$13.5 million Hobart Aquatic Centre features a design incorporating curved roof forms in LYSAGHT SPANDEK HI-TEN® made from COLORBOND® steel
13 May 2002 Shapely Curves Wrap New Swim Centre
Lightweight steel roofing has helped build a world class swimming pool facility in Hobart at a fraction of the cost of similar swimming centres in other major capital cities. The A$13.5 million Hobart Aquatic Centre features a design incorporating curved roof forms in LYSAGHT SPANDEK HI-TEN® sheeting which contributes significantly to the building's aesthetic appeal. [Read more]
Roofing made from LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK 700 HI-STRENGTH® on the Melbourne's Richmond Recreation Centre
05 January 2002 New Steel Roof Meets Pool's Heritage Requirements
Melbourne's Richmond Recreation Centre is the first major project in Victoria to feature LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK 700 HI-STRENGTH®, an advanced new wide-spanning roof decking with a clip designed in the form of a continuous spacer bar for easy installation and significantly greater strength. [Read more]
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]
City Golf Club, roofing made from LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK® 700
04 April 2001 New Golf Club Scores With Steel
The City Golf Club in Toowoomba has opened the doors on a new A$9.5 million structure dominated by a steel roof larger than a football field. The 3,500 square metre roof is made from LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK® 700* sheeting made from COLORBOND® steel supplied by BlueScope Lysaght. [Read more]
Fremantle Dockers Australian Football League Headquarters roofed with LYSAGHT CUSTOM ORB®
13 January 2001 Classic Steel Look Gives Dockers New Home Base
A multi-pitched LYSAGHT CUSTOM ORB® corrugated steel roof covers the new A$3.2 million headquarters of the Fremantle Dockers Australian Football League team at Fremantle Oval, complementing the area's historic architecture. [Read more]
Subiaco Oval Stadium roofed with LYSAGHT KLIP-LOK®
13 January 2001 Eagles Soar From Eyrie of Steel
A A$35 million redevelopment of the West Coast Eagles Australian Rules football team's home ground, Subiaco Oval, has taken fans close to the action. The ground's BlueScope Steel-roofed spectator stand now fully encircles the playing field with seating for 43,500 AFL fans. The redevelopment has given the home team one of Australia's best football playing facilities. [Read more]
Horsley Park, Olympic equestrian site contructed using roof made from ZINCALUME® steel.
02 August 2000 Olympic Equestrian Centre Rising Fast
Plenty of familiar names dance in the sunlight of the Homebush Bay Games site so it is rewarding to discover lesser known solar systems glittering on the edge of the Olympic venues galaxy. One of these is the Equestrian facility at the aptly named Horsley Park 40 kilometres to Sydney's west. [Read more]