Spantech has designed and built a new COLA for the Glenvale Christian School in Toowoomba, Qld. The tricky sloping site allowed Spantech the opportunity to create an unusual split-level design. The games level features a mini netball and futsal court, plus a full sized volleyball court. Read more.
Spantech constructed a shade structure designed by Fulton Trotter Architects. Architect John Hay and the design team were looking for a light robust solution to cover the existing space between two classroom blocks being renovated as part of a project. Read more.
Spantech’s scope of works included the maintenance and upgrade of a number of Spantech 23 metre ESH (explosives storehouse or explosives storage magazine) and Spantech 13 metre ESH, some non-Spantech earth covered buildings (ECB) and a covered loading area. Read more.
A Spantech arched roof is supported on one side by round galvanised columns, while the other side features counterlever right angled universal beams forming a verandah that defines the structure. The verandah features a full length translucent skylight and timber seating which overlooks the playground and oval below. Read more.
Design and construction of an ammunition preparation building (APB) to NATO specifications. The panels cover the main entrance and loading area with a single unsupported span of 8 metres. The straight panel is also used on the external walls and as permanent formwork in selected areas of the structure. Read more.
Construction of a shade structure covering a 25 metre swimming pool which extends over a dividing block wall to also cover a single basketball court. A second high level shade structure was also constructed over the primary school quadrant which is surrounded by existing two storey classrooms. Read more.
Design and construction of a shade structure to cover four existing concrete multipurpose courts. Internal ceiling height accommodates basketball with linemarking for netball, tennis and volleyball. Read more.
Bonny Babes at Coomera is a 150 place child care centre catering for ages from 6 weeks to 5 years. A key feature of the design is the internal courtyard covered by an expansive Spantech 300 Series roof which floods natural light and fresh air into the centre of the building. Read more.
Design and construction of an Aircraft Maintenance Complex for intermediate level maintenance repair of Royal Malaysian Air Force MiG 29 aircraft. The complex is centred around a 60 metre wide x 80 metre long fighter maintenance hangar with workshops, administration and technical facilities, plus full-width mechanical hangar doors. Read more.
Design and erection of a curved roof for a railway station platform. The curve of the roof inspired a number of other curved design features throughout the project including the curved glass brick wall in the Station Master’s office and perforated shades below the roof line. Read more.
Cameron’s Pastoral Company operates a major piggery outside Goondiwindi. Spantech constructed a grain storage facility to suit sorghum and other bulk grains at the piggery. The buildings allow the operator to store enough bulk grain to ensure continuous operation for almost six months. Read more.
ABB Grain nominated Spantech to design and construct a wide-span roof for a major grain store at the port in New Plymouth, New Zealand. This is the first of a series of projects Spantech has constructed in New Zealand for ABB Grain. The New Plymouth grain handling facility includes two buildings with a common centre wall and a total roof area of 7,600 sq/m. Spantech’s scope of works included engineering design of the roof and roof connection, supply and install the Spantech roof and associated works. Read more.