The repair of the Macarthur Cowpasture Bridge involved a comprehensive process of creating defect survey drawings and documents for concrete repairs. These were necessary for the NSW government documentation required to close the project. As EPTEC PTY LTD was responsible for carrying out this project successfully, we supported them in
We recently worked on a project for EPTEC PTY LTD involving the repair of the Alexandria Bridge at Ricketty Street for Sydney Transport. Our task was to document the bridge repair drawings for the concrete repair works with reinforcement repair details per the NSW government documentation procedure. The project required
We enjoyed collaborating with NID PTY LTD on several special purpose machine building projects. Our team worked on designing and constructing machines for various industries such as food, pharmaceutical, and cosmetics. The machines we designed and built were customized for each customer's specific needs, such as a swing hopper depositor
The Blast Furnace Maintenance Project for One Steel Whyalla aimed to create maintenance planning and step-by-step instruction drawings for furnace maintenance, including changing bricks and liners. The project was completed in partnership with L.E. Otten, a leading engineering consultancy firm. The maintenance planning drawings provide detailed information on the
The project for bulk material handling by NEPEAN Conveyors was a challenging and complex undertaking. We were grateful to collaborate with L.E. Otten, a highly-regarded company with extensive experience in the bulk material handling industry. Our joint efforts involved designing and drafting conveyors, chutes, and crushing concepts and layouts.
The BlueScope Steel Coke Plant No.5 Design Project was a joint effort with L.E. Otten, a top engineering consultancy firm, to manage the structural and piping design drawings for Coke Plant No. 5. These drawings provide detailed information on the project's components, such as dimensions, materials, and connections,
The BlueScope Steel Coke Plant No.6 Maintenance Project involved collaborating with L.E. Otten, a leading engineering consultancy firm. The project required 3D modelling of the furnace modification area and providing installation and manufacturing drawings. Engineers used computer-aided design (CAD) software to create a detailed visualization of the furnace