Another project successfully completed by A Class Engineering.
Challenges: Matching into existing 1901 heritage listed buildings and all site access via an inner city laneway.
A Class Engineering overcame these challenges by frequent communications with the project manager, multiple smaller loads to site and consideration of conditions onsite when arranging installation. This resulted in a seamless integration of old and new, much to the satisfaction of the client, builder and ourselves.
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Scope of works: A Class Engineering was proud to be appointed structural steel contractor for the Refurbishment of the Historic Kensington St Precinct due to our quality workmanship and ability to match structural steel into existing buildings with an uncompromised result. From shop drawings to installation this project included structural steel for:
*Roof access ladder
*Facade support brackets
*New Office building at No.14
*New building for Koi Dessert Bar
*Glass roof structure for covered way
Did you know? Luxembourg is home to the biggest structural steel manufacturer in the world and supplied some of the largest beams ever made weighing 1100kg per metre for the rebuilding of the World Trade Centre 1 after 9/11.