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.
OneSteel has played a significant role in the provision of steel products and steelmaking solutions for projects from east coast to west. Projects large and small have utilised OneSteel’s range of sustainable and compliant structural and reinforcing steel, and benefited from the expertise offered by a company associated with Australian steel production for over a century.
Speed of construction, ease of build and a lighter structure were just a few of the reasons why steel came out in front when developer Caribbean Park assessed both concrete and steel solutions during the preliminary design phase for 35 Dalmore Drive, part of the Caribbean Business Park project.
When it comes to sustainable design, steel offers many benefits. The recyclability of steel is well recognised, with recycle rates in some product areas of around 90-95%. What is becoming increasingly prevalent however is steel’s use in building refurbishment and vertical extensions.
OneSteel supplied 1300 tonnes of steel to Meriton’s 80 Arthur Street building in what has become a showcase for the use of structural steel in a high-rise residential construction.
A transformation in the heart of Brisbane’s Queen Street Mall was completed recently.
Comprising a mix of three retail levels below three commercial floors and an open, roof-top green space, this steel-framed icon will be one of only a few buildings in Australia to offer 20 metre clear spans.
Constructing a train station at the domestic terminal required demolition of part of the existing carpark. A new carpark was built to replace the car spaces lost.