ARAMAX FreeSpan

Case Study: Onslow Airport View »

Posted: November 21, 2017

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.

Case Study: Laurimar Reserve Pavilion View »

Posted: November 21, 2017

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

Case Study: Puckapunyal Military Base View »

Posted: November 21, 2017

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.

Case Study: White Bay Cruise Terminal View »

Posted: November 21, 2017

Designed and built amongst an original 1960’s gantry structure, the multi-award winning White Bay Cruise Terminal is located in Sydney’s Balmain district as a key international and domestic gateway to New South Wales.

Case Study: William Clarke College View »

Posted: November 21, 2017

The $7 million redevelopment of William Clarke College’s Gymnasium in Kellyville, New South Wales was completed in 2014 to provide a suitable all-weather recreational facility for the school’s K-12 co-educational students.

Case Study: Port Augusta Central Oval View »

Posted: November 21, 2017

Located in regional South Australia, the Port Augusta Central Oval Community Sporting Hub underwent a $16 million redevelopment beginning in late 2013 and was designed to provide the community with a modern centralised sporting and event location.

Case Study: Netball Central View »

Posted: October 16, 2017

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.


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