Opened in May 2015, the brand new Onslow Airport Terminal in Onslow, Western Australia, is a critical component to the Wheatstone gas project in the Pilbara region. The multimillion dollar terminal building was designed to effectively handle the heavy influx of workers to the booming resource hub in the state’s north-west as flights to the region increase.
Officially opened in October 2015, the $1.97 million Laurimar Reserve Sports Pavilion located in Doreen, Victoria brings together the Laurimar community football, netball, cricket and basketball clubs under one roof, while also functioning as a meeting point for other local community groups and social clubs
Built in collaboration with Hansen Yuncken and CSS, Fielders were contracted to supply the ARAMAX FreeSpan roofing profile for the New Living-In Accommodation project at Puckapunyal Military Area in Victoria. The military base is a training facility for service personnel of the army’s Armoured, Artillery and Transport Corps.
V by Crown is a world-class apartment tower currently under construction in Parramatta, New South Wales, offering sweeping views of the Sydney skyline and heritage parklands. The $309m residential apartment building is set to soar 29 storeys high and will be superbly finished with a luxurious glazed mirrored exterior.
Located in the heart of Adelaide on Grenfell Street, the $65 million Ibis Hotel was constructed as one of the city’s premier hotel developments. When opened to the public the visually stunning hotel included 311 state-ofthe-art hotel rooms, plus a variety of food and beverage outlets and significant conferencing space.
Completed in early 2015, Netball Central Sydney is the latest addition to Sydney Olympic Park’s portfolio of 47 world-class sporting and recreational facilities. The $27 million world-class facility represents the largest infrastructure investment in women’s sport in Australia and will be home to various world class matches.
Fielders worked in collaboration with architecture firm, YWS, builder, Brookfield Multiplex, and engineers, AECOM and John A Martin on the $750 million, 500 room expansion of the Crown Towers Perth, which saw the complex become the first 6-star hotel in Western Australia. Constructed from late 2014 until late 2016, Fielders were commissioned to supply the building with 20,000m2 of KingFlor® KF70® steel formwork, which was used for its lightweight large span profiles.