OneSteel Metalcentre offers a comprehensive range of steel products such as RHS, pipe, structural steel, merchant bar, aluminium, sheet, reinforcing, roll-form and rural fencing at just under 50 locations.
OneSteel Reinforcing is Australia's premier supplier of steel reinforcing solutions. From reinforcing mesh, trench mesh, footing cages and cut and bent REBAR to prefab piles, columns, cages. OneSteel Reinforcing can help you out with all your project's reinforcing needs.
OneSteel Recycling specialises in the safe handling, collection, processing and distribution for sale of ferrous and nonferrous scrap metals.
This seminar series by Dr Linus Lin from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, will help educate engineers, building surveyors, architects and building contractors about the effects of fire on steel structures and how to ensure economical fire engineering solutions.
A report into end-to-end supply chain visibility technology used real-time industry pilots to quantify the benefits of improving multi-modal supply chain efficiencies.
Regulators, specifiers and builders have taken important steps to counter the use of non-compliant building products, including improving the Australian Standards covering the manufacture of structural steel and strengthening compliance measures. We spoke to David Bell, OneSteel Business Development Manager, to find out what can be done to ensure steel compliance.
By specifying steel products manufactured by OneSteel, fabricators can demonstrate that the products they source comply with the requirements of Australian Standard AS/NZS 5131. In doing so they support a benchmark designed to ensure safe and compliant structures.
Adding boron to steel has been known to have a deleterious effect on welding. Specifying and procuring boron-free OneSteel product is the optimal way to avoid the extensive test requirements necessary for weld qualification.
The second edition of 'A Guide to Achieving Compliance' is a comprehensive guide to specifying, testing and labelling of building products. Its aim is to ensure materials used in construction meet Australian standards and abide by accepted safety requirements.
ASI CEO Tony Dixon urged attendees at the 2016 Steel Convention to tell the story of Australian steel better.
We caught up with Dixon to ask him what role the ASI can play in helping us achieve this.
The advantages offered by steel are becoming readily apparent to construction professionals. Not only does steel offer strength and flexibility, steel-based solutions can provide savings in terms of time and manpower, plus minimise impacts on the environment.
480 Queen Street is a 32-storey development offering premium-grade commercial office space.
OneSteel provided advice on the structural beam and decking design, efficient connection design, product selection, member optimisation and fire engineering opportunities.
OneSteel’s products come with a quality service offering that Australia's construction industry can have utmost trust in. Not only that, OneSteel is instrumental in employing thousands of Australians and makes a valuable contribution to the health of the Australian economy.
Newcastle's history is also OneSteel's history. It has been just over a century since steel production began in the city and OneSteel continues to employ more than 1500 staff in Newcastle even today. Newcastle was recently joined by the Whyalla Steelworks in celebrating a major milestone – in 2015 Whyalla marked 50 years of operation.