ASI ACT/NSW 2018 Steel Awards

ASI ACT/NSW 2018 Steel Awards
ASI ACT/NSW 2018 Steel Awards

Key points

  • ASI ACT/NSW 2018 Awards Large Projects category won by 10,000sqm private art storage facility constructed by Infinity Constructions Group, fabricator DJD Fabrications
  • ASI ACT/NSW 2018 Awards Small Projects category won by Manly Andrew ‘Boy’ Charlton Aquatic Centre constructed by FDC Construction & Fitout, fabricator Apollo Fabrication Group
  • ASI ACT/NSW 2018 Engineering category won by The WestConnex Concord Road to M4 West On-Ramp constructed by CPB Samsung John Holland (CSJ)

Sydney’s Westconnex was one of several projects supplied by InfraBuild Steel Centre to win at the ASI’s ACT/NSW 2018 Steel Awards.

InfraBuild Steel Centre’s (formerly LIBERTY OneSteel Metalcentre) contribution to three award-winning projects has been recognised at the Australian Steel Institute's (ASI) ACT/NSW 2018 Steel Awards.

The winner of the Buildings: Large Projects Awards category was named as a 10,000sqm private art storage facility in Alexandria constructed by Infinity Constructions Group, with steel supplied by InfraBuild Steel Centre's Wollongong branch to the project’s fabricator DJD Fabrications.

Infinity Constructions Art Storage Facility (The Guthrie Project / Ben Guthrie)


Winner of the award in the Buildings: Small Projects category was the new state-of-the-art Manly Andrew ‘Boy’ Charlton Aquatic Centre constructed by FDC Construction & Fitout, with fabrication by Apollo Fabrication Group.

Delivered over 18 months, the project includes a 3500sqm pool hall with three pools and a 2000sqm multi-storey building with office space, gym facilities, amenities and crèche. InfraBuild Steel Centre's Wetherill Park branch supplied processed structural steel to Apollo Fabrications for the project.

Manly Andrew ‘Boy’ Charlton Aquatic Centre (Raw Life Studios / Mike Bell)

The WestConnex Concord Road to M4 West On-Ramp won the award in the Engineering category. The project was constructed by CPB Samsung John Holland (CSJ) and supplied with structural steel by InfraBuild Steel Centre Wetherill Park.

The scale and complexity of the project required an InfraBuild Steel Centre project manager to be embedded on site to best assess the needs of the project and deliver solutions. Detailed and intricate drawings were developed, requiring an upgrade to InfraBuild Steel Centre's computer programmes to ensure precision engineering of welded beams to tight tolerances, and to enable bulk processing to meet the fast-turnaround delivery requirements of the project.

InfraBuild Steel Centre congratulates all the winners of this year’s ASI ACT/NSW 2018 Steel Awards.

Article published on Monday, 20 August 2018

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