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Based in Ashmore, Gold Coast, Ramscope Steel fabrications specialises in the erection and installation of structural steel, architectural metal, stair stringers, steel beams and metal work. The company also offers a wide range of steel services including ...
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Larzep Australia is a leading manufacturer of high pressure hydraulic equipment. Their product range covers cylinders, pumps, powered pumps, presses, cable cutters, pipe benders, bottle jacks, and many more items. Larzep Australia operates through ...
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Portable buildings, site office, granny flat and sheds. Newly designed outstanding quality portable buildings. Custom designed or factory floor we have the most competitive solutions available for South East Queensland.
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Manuele Engineers is a South Australian, family owned and run steel fabrication and engineering company that has been providing reliable and professional services since 1967. Manuele Engineers are industry leaders in detail drafting, steel engineering, ...
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G and S Industries have been supplying columns for more then 40 years to the Australian and International markets. Their product range includes camera columns, solar columns, street lighting columns, floodlighting columns, telecommunication towers, power ...
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03/07/08 - Steel Trendz Fabrication supplies an extensive range of fabricated steel construction materials suitable for residential and commercial construction applications.
Efaflex clean room roll doors
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14/05/08 - As part of the product range DMF International offers, the Efaflex high speed door range, which includes a specialised door for highly sensitive clean room applications.
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22/04/08 - Steel Trendz Fabrication has over 14 years of experience in workshop and site fabrication in general engineering, marine and automotive.
Bird's nest stadium
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29/03/07 - When presenting their stadium design for the 2008 Beijing Olympics to the Chinese jury, the Swiss architects Herzog & Meuron used the analogy of a bird’s nest.

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