Orrcon Steel has helped create some of Australia’s most iconic infrastructure and unique steel projects.
See below some examples of our work…
Over the last 19 years GM Poles and Orrcon Steel have formed a partnership that has delivered som
According to Simtrack’s Director, Kieren Sims, making horse starting gates has been in the blood from when the Sims family dynasty first started making them in 1956, trading as Steriline.
Simplicity Australia is a leading manufacturer of cultivators and air seeder technology based in Dalby Queensland. From this facility, Simplicity Australia services a raft of customers that today stretch around the globe.
Established in 1973 in Western Sydney by Ken and Robyn Gill as a small family-run company supplying hand-held ladles to Aluminium casters, today the Australian Thermic Lance Company is run by son Brett, manufacturing thermic lances that are world renowned for their safety and efficiency.
Established in 1914 and situated on South Australia’s iconic Fleurieu Peninsula, the Port Elliot Bowling Club has arguably one of the most picturesque vistas of any bowls club in the world.
Australian Made Orrcon Steel Smart Steel Hollow Sections play a large part in the construction of four stations on the new PerthMandurah railway project valued at over $300 million.
An arched busway through a sunken roadway adjacent to a golf course was an architectural challenge, requiring a unique blend of aesthetics and functionality. Creative use of Orrcon Smart Steel Hollow Sections in Section 5B of Brisbane’s Inner Northern Busway successfully met this challenge.
The new 10th wharf at the Port of Brisbane ensures that one of the most dynamic ports in Australia remains highly efficient and continues to support strong growth in Queensland’s economy, international trade and industry. The wharf incorporates the use of 6,000 tonnes of large diameter spiral welded pipe supplied by leading steel pipe and tube manufacturer and supplier, Orrcon Steel.
The Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre was reconstructed for the 2006 Commonwealth Games and is an excellent example of the creative use of Orrcon Steel’s Smart Steel Hollow Sections.
The 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne were a fitting debut for the magnificent new Northern Stand at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). The three year redevelopment project valued at $434 million used approximately 1000 tonnes of Orrcon Steel’s Smart Steel Hollow Sections in the support columns, seating framework and roof structure.
The Port River Expressway is designed to provide superior access to Port Adelaide’s Outer Harbor by allowing road and rail transport to bypass the area’s central business district. Integral to the Expressway are 2 x 40 metre, single span bridges which open over the Port River. Abigroup relied on Orrcon Steel Smart Steel Hollow Sections to provide the solid foundations to support these bridges.
Orrcon Steel continues to make its mark in major construction and infrastructure projects supplying structural steel hollow sections in some of the most critical applications supporting design concepts – such as AAMI Park (Melbourne Rectangular Stadium), a national sporting icon.
The fully electronic Westlink M7 toll road is the result of decades of planning. It connects Sydney’s west and provides an uninterrupted journey between the M2, M4 and M5 motorways. The M7 incorporates intelligent application of more than 150 tonnes of structural steel pipe manufactured by Orrcon Steel.
Orrcon Steel’s Smart Steel Hollow Sections are the jewel in the crown of Q1, an architectural masterpiece, which at 322.5 metres officially ranks as the world’s tallest residential tower.
Once completed, this infrastructure will feature a world-class maritime industrial precinct – Techport Australia. Orrcon Steel proudly supports the growth in South Australia as the hightechnology centre of Australia’s defence industry.
Orrcon Steel features heavily in Stage Three of the Hills Homemaker Centre, Australia’s largest Homemaker Centre, which opened for business in August 2007.
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