Buildings framed with cold-formed steel (CFS) can go up much faster than traditional heavy materials like concrete and masonry. Up to 3 months or more can be shaved off schedule of a mid-rise project.

Our carpenters install frames based on design tables formulated in accordance with the following Australian, New Zealand and International Standards:

AS/NZS 4600:1996 Cold form steel structures

AS 1397:2001 Steel Structures and Strip

AS/NZS 1170:2002 Structural design actions, parts 1,2,3 and 4

AS2331.3.1:2001 Neutral salt spray test

AS/NZS 2589.1:1997 Gypsum linings in residential and light commercial construction

AS/NZS 3566.2:2002 Self-drilling screws for the building and construction industries - corrosion resistance requirements

AISI Publication 1996 Cold form steel design Building Code of Australia (BCA2005)