Steel is used in a wide range of applications
Steel is a very versatile material used extensively in the building and construction sector.
The Waitakere Trusts Stadium took top honours in two categories at the prestigious Property Council of New Zealand Rider Hunt Awards.
The vision for the Remarkables Park development was to create a twin town centre for Queenstown.
It was a bold decision when Karl Barker, graduate of the Unitec School of Architecture, accepted the brief to design this Kerikeri home.
It is unlikely that anyone could have foreseen what the real implication to the Building Industry was likely to be when the first Building Act was passed in 1991.
Frametek Southland Ltd and Don Hawinkels Builders Ltd are constructing thirteen flyable and re-locatable steel framed huts for the Department of Conservation, Te Anau.
One could say that Jeff Thomson, the artist has thoroughly explored his corrugated medium.
The very severe marine zone is that area where salt spray (or salt laden sea air) creates a very corrosive environment.
A live research project, the 'Now Home' has been built to achieve an attractive, comfortable and safe home using COLORSTEEL® Endura™.
Read about this modest home which has been designed for a picturesque rural property in Miranda featuring ZINCALUME® steel.
In 1990 a replacement for Kerikeri's aging town hall was conceived by Doug Turner, Chairman of the Kerikeri Trust and John Dalton.
Situated beside the motorway on Auckland's North Shore, Snow Planet is the Southern hemisphere's largest indoor ski slope.
The good looks and cost efficiency of ZINCALUME® steel has proved a winning combination on a newly completed Auckland college.
One of Auckland’s newest schools may be a sign of things to come with its extensive use of steel cladding.
A sweeping steel roof that mirrors the shape of nearby ocean swells has helped define a new tourism landmark near New Plymouth.