Fielders worked in collaboration with architecture firm, YWS, and builder, Brookfield Multiplex, 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®.
The Fielders Finesse® range includes five unique profiles, including Boulevard™, Shadowline™ 305, Prominence™, Grandeur™ and Neo Roman™ that have been designed to combine the aesthetic appeal, durability and flexibility of steel cladding. All profiles are available in a diverse range of materials including traditional COLORBOND® steel and high-end COLORBOND® Metallic steel finishes. Achieve a high.
Fielders is proud to now offer the latest addition to the versatile COLORBOND® steel range – COLORBOND® steel Matt. COLORBOND® steel Matt offers a softer look in neutral tones, allowing you to make a sophisticated and personal design statement. Available in five popular COLORBOND® steel colours, COLORBOND® steel Matt incorporates Thermatech® solar reflectance technology, designed to reflect.
Fielders have been providing steel building solutions to the Australian market for over 100 years. With our innovative range of roofing, walling and steel flooring profiles, Fielders provide leading design and construction solution support to deliver better building outcomes for our customers. Fielders are the market leader in the development and supply of composite steel.
Fielders commercial, industry and architectural division focuses heavily on the role we play in construction, whether that be through our steel solutions, structural recommendations or ways to innovate the construction process. It is important for us to be on the forefront of steel construction and look for methods to streamline construction procedures and costs, while.
The project The $350 million redevelopment of the Adelaide Convention Centre in South Australia is set to boost the state’s economy by more than $1.92 billion over 25 years, elevating Adelaide as a true competitor on the global conferencing and exhibition stage. With Stage 1 completed in 2014, stage 2 of the centre’s redevelopment is.
The project Located in the heart of Adelaide’s buzzing restaurant district, the $36 million Aria Apartment development on Gouger Street is one of the CBD’s newest and most exclusive residential addresses. Constructed throughout 2014 and completed mid-2015, the 12-storey complex features 93 modern one, two and three bedroom apartments positioned around a central atrium, with.
Last month was an exciting time as we launched our brand new state-of-the-art Fielders website, a hub of information for our latest commercial, domestic and home improvements product and services. We are pleased with the outcome and hope you are too, with the development involving a substantial amount of planning to ensure that it enhances.
Together with our customer, Santana Stud Welding, we have been awarded winner of the inaugural Darling Harbour Live (DHL) Safety Awards of Excellence. This was a culmination of 8 months of extensive development to provide a safe installation of the Fielders KF70 flooring to steel beams that were up to 21m off the ground. A.
To support the Southern Learning Centre in South Australia, we recently sold flat sheets of Zincalume to an organisation who helps disadvantage kids with behavioural and learning issues get back on track. As a token of their appreciation for our help on the project, the Southern Learning Centre dropped off the pictured certificate to thank.
We’re pleased with the final results of our project with Morelli Builders in Alice Springs, who are using our Fielders Slat Screening system as a design feature at the front of twelve units. Used as an alternative to conventional aluminium, the screening is designed as an entrance structure to a series of temporary housing units,.
Fielders were proud to be the Major Sponsor of the Post Tension Design and Construction National Seminars, conducted by the Concrete Institute of Australia, held across Australia throughout late June and early July. The seminars were held to inform attendees about the efficiency and economics of post-tensioned structures as well as techniques required for high-quality.
A significant development we’re proud to be involved in is the $2.5 billion Darling Harbour Live project in Sydney. Currently in construction, the project will consist of various upgrades to the existing precinct including a new hotel, extensive retail space and a brand new convention and exhibition facility, replacing the previous Sydney Convention and Exhibition.
Our team over in the west recently completed a project as part of our Heavy Jobbing business where we manufactured and installed the hull plates for our client, Hanseatic Marine Engineering/Silver Yachts, and their luxury yacht range. Each yacht comprises of 75 hull plates that are up to 12m long and 16mm thick. Pictured is.
The project has been heralded a ‘game-changer’ for the industry, being the first high-rise residential building in Australia to be constructed purely from structural steel, eliminating the use of the traditional concrete frame building method. We’re working with Meriton and Tony Caro Architects to provide 20,000m2 of the KingFlor® CF210 SlimFlor decking, with this flooring.
On behalf of the entire team at Fielders, we would like to congratulate all of the winners and nominees at this year’s event. It was fantastic to be there and celebrate the outstanding work produced by South Australian architects. As a major partner of the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) SA Chapter, we were delighted.
Marked on the calendars of Architects, students and industry professionals far and wide, the awards ceremony is the state’s biggest celebration of outstanding projects across a range of disciplines, with the winners going through to the national awards in November. This year, Fielders will be sponsoring the ‘Educational Architecture’ category which features 10 exceptional projects.
Last year, we brought you a few progress updates about our supply of over 12,000m2 of ARAMAX roofing and ceiling for the $27m Netball Central facility at Homebush in association with Scott Carver Architects and ProBuild. We’re pleased to say that the building is now open to the sporting community with our unique V-shaped roofing.
Currently in progress, the $309m development will be Parramatta’s tallest building. Standing at 29 storeys and occupying 500 ultramodern apartments, the tower will boast sweeping views of the Sydney skyline and be superbly finished in a luxurious glazed mirrored exterior. We were contracted in 2014 to provide 70,000m² of KingFlor® KF40 material to support.