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Broadcasting studios have a prime view of South Bank Parklands from the cantilevered glass boxes

ABC Brisbane Accommodation Project

With distinctive steel cladding that dances its way along the building’s northern and western facades, it appears that ‘Aunty’ is young once again. 
QLD
Project  |  Commercial Office
Bounded by land on it's northern and western sides, and water to the south and east, the 240m long and 50m wide gantry sits atop a vast concrete iced apron that is mostly reclaimed land.

White Bay Cruise Terminal

An historic part of Sydney’s working port has been reinvented as a new cruise terminal, giving visitors an unexpected perspective on the city.
NSW
Project  |  Commercial Office
The Hangar at Cessnock Airport

The Hangar - Cessnock

This uniquely curvaceous building looks immensely at home in its airport setting, because its form is entirely derived from its function.
NSW
Project  |  Sheds
Apart from the remarkable facade, what gives the building character is the surging, undulating roofscape of split, curved roofs in three colours.

Trades North - WA

Trades North in Western Australia is a building that explores the potential of the steel to build character and express purpose.
WA
Project  |  Community Buildings
A series of slender, tree-like concrete columns rise from the station’s southern end at platform level to support the upper-level concourse, risers and canopies. This feathering of form and structure is critical to the achievement of design and operational clarity.

North Melbourne Station

Cox Architects’ Melbourne Railway Station – an embodiment of transportation modernity – revealing a lucid interplay of forms to create a memorable new face for Victorian public transport.
VIC
Project  |  Transportables
AAMI Park Stadium offers a remarkable form and lightness. So much so that in a precinct bristling with sports and entertainment venues, it signals a new era of technical and creative possibilities.

AAMI Park

With its emblematic diagrid steel and glass panels which operate simultaneously as shell, arch and cantilever, Cox Architecture’s AAMI Park is a stellar addition to Melbourne’s world-class sporting precinct.
Completed May 2010, VIC
Project  |  Community Buildings
“Steel allowed us to achieve the cantilevered roof, which appears disconnected from the facilities below, as well as the random scatter of columns,” Kosloff says. “There is a dexterity of material and its ability to defy gravity.”

Calder Woodburn Rest Area

BKK Architects has paid joyous homage to the great Australian corrugated dunny with this transformation of a drab, roadside amenities block.
VIC
Project  |  Community Buildings
Overarching the entire project are huge spans of LYSAGHT SPANDEK HI-TEN® profile roofing made from ZINCALUME® steel and COLORBOND® steel, in the colour Shale Grey™.

Dalyellup College

Wound around existing trees and sporting an overarching steel roof befitting of its semi-rural location, Dalyellup College reflects the essence of its environment. It’s an achievement of which David Gulland, principal of Hassell, is most proud.
WA
Project  |  Education
The Mt Franklin Visitors Shelter, with its environment-engaging exploded form, is anything but a typical bush hut.

Mt Franklin Visitors Shelter

The Mt Franklin Visitors Shelter, with its environment-engaging exploded form, is anything but a typical bush hut.
Completed November 2007, VIC
Project  |  Community Buildings
Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School (PEGS), western façade conjures up multiple references: the students have nicknamed it ‘Starship Enterprise’ because of the sci-fi appearance of the striped steel roof, which diagonally slices the extruded form.

Penleigh and Essendon Junior Boys School

The PEGS Junior building offers a whimsical take on a federation house, among other inspiring ideas.
Completed January 2011, VIC
Project  |  Education
Fitzgibbon Community Centre uses cladding made from BlueScope XLERPLATE® weathering steel and roofing made from LYSAGHT LONGLINE 305® in ZINCALUME® steel.

Fitzgibbon Community Centre

Using weathering steel to reference the site’s former role as a dumping ground, Richard Kirk Architects’ sculptural response for a new community space asserts the importance of place and poetry of raw materials.
QLD
Project  |  Community Buildings
The new Queanbeyan Government Service Centre cladding is made from BlueScope XLERPLATE LITE™ HW350 steel, custom folded using the sheet dimensions.

NSW Government Service Centre

The strikingly contemporary Government Service Centre in Queanbeyan celebrates the past while looking boldly towards the future.
NSW
Project  |  Commercial Office
The roof made from COLORBOND® steel is suspended below the curving roof trusses, which reduced the external wall area by about 900m2 to achieve significant cost savings.

Transend Primary Store

Heffernan Button Voss Architects’ brief was driven by functional requirements but the Transend Primary Store at Bridgewater near Hobart, is anything but mundane.
TAS
Project  |  Factories Warehouses
Carey Grammer School, Phil De Young Centre for Performing Arts. This vibrant building, clad in COLORBOND® steel, is designed as a music hall, performance space and reception for the school.

Carey Grammer School, Phil De Young Centre for Performing Arts

Gregory Burgess Architects has designed a vibrant building with twisting planes and the power to simultaneously shock and enchant its audience.
VIC
Project  |  Education
Charles Sturt University School of Dentistry. The pavilion walls are protected by LYSAGHT SPANDEK® profile cladding made from COLORBOND® Metallic steel in the colour Cortex®.

Charles Sturt University's School of Dentistry

Brewster Hjorth Architects’ design for Charles Sturt University’s School of Dentistry at Wagga Wagga admirably embodies the building’s purpose and location.
NSW
Project  |  Education
The cladding is LYSAGHT CUSTOM ORB® profile made from COLORBOND® steel in the colours Axis® and Conservatory®, which alternate vertically on the northern face.

Sunbury Aquatic Centre

A textural application of cladding staggered along horizontal wall girts has seen Suters Architects transform a suburban gym into a flamboyant design statement.
VIC
Project  |  Community Buildings
The structural steel bracing is integrated with the upturned hull-like roof, which is clad with LYSAGHT CUSTOM ORB® profile made from COLORBOND® Ultra Steel in the colour Dune®.

Milson Island Sports & Recreation Centre

An upturned ‘boat’ on a carefree island is the perfect escape for kids on holidays.
NSW
Project  |  Education
Murrumba Downs School

Murrumba Downs Secondary School is a cool school thanks to COLORBOND® Coolmax steel®

As one of the first major COLORBOND® Coolmax® steel projects completed in Australia, Murrumba Downs Secondary School is leading the way in the next generation of "cool schools".
QLD
Project  |  Education
The Ted Smout Memorial Bridge, Australia's longest bridge at 2.7 kilometres, opened in July 2010

Australia's longest bridge - built on steel

The Ted Smout Memorial Bridge, Australia's longest bridge at 2.7 kilometres, opened in July 2010 and supports the rapidly growing transport needs of south east Queensland.
QLD
Project  |  Bridges
The XLERPLATE® steel girders used in the West Gate Freeway off-ramps, Melbourne, successfully met the project’s unique range of engineering, logistical and aesthetic challenges.

Complex engineering geometry for simpler transport

The XLERPLATE® steel girders used in the West Gate Freeway off-ramps, Melbourne, successfully met the project’s unique range of engineering, logistical and aesthetic challenges.
VIC
Project  |  Bridges
200 tonnes of XLERPLATE® steel were used to construct the Snake Wall, which stretches 500 metres along Adelaide's Northern Expressway.

Iconic steel with architectural bite

South Australia's Snake Wall, which stretches 500 metres along Adelaide's Northern Expressway, is an excellent example where steel can be used in diverse situations, where aesthetics are a priority.
SA
Project  |  Sound Barriers
The Bailey Pallet™ made from GALVABOND® steel is the visible element of Alec Bailey's engineered solution, but its chance of success rests on a far wider platform.

Innovator believes steel pallet's time has come

The Bailey Pallet™ made from GALVABOND® steel is the visible element of Alec Bailey's engineered solution, but its chance of success rests on a far wider platform.
Project  |  Packaging
More than 65,000 lineal metres of deeply ribbed steel noise wall panels are providing a colourful visual identity for Deer Park Bypass, Western Melbourne.

Vivid steel colors Melbournes newest bypass

More than 65,000 lineal metres of deeply ribbed steel noise wall panels are providing a colourful visual identity for Melbourne’s newest major road corridor.
VIC
Project  |  Sound Barriers
The supply of XLERPLATE® steel for the construction of nine fuel storage tanks at Port Botany in Sydney, "was a critical element of the project"

Using steel for critical petroleum storage

The supply of XLERPLATE® steel for the construction of nine fuel storage tanks at Port Botany in Sydney, "was a critical element of the project" according to Rob Patterson, Operations Manager, Saunders International Limited.
NSW
Project  |  Storage Tanks
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