Project Statistics

Heidelberg Victoria
Walton Construction
High Rising
1,500 tonnes

1500 tonnes of structural steel has been fabricated for the extension to the Austin Hospital carpark. The new levels are built on top of an existing concrete structure. 

Page Steel chose to adopt bolted angle connections to improve on fabrication efficiency. All drafting was performed in house using Tekla Structures, and regular updates of the 3D model had been posted to Page Steel Fabrications web site for downloading by the client. The lower levels comprised of custom made transfer beams with deep penetration 40mm & 25mm plate. To aid in height clearance  the main ramp beams (610UB's) had a 16mm plate welded to the underside flange. Page Steel worked with Walton Construction to come up with 21 stages to enable efficient deliveries and erection. Lay down area was extremly limited on this existing working carpark, and each load of steel had to be sequenced correctly.

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