Steelwork supporting an array of smart transport initiatives scooped this year’s Steel Awards program in South Australia.

The honours were presented at the Sebel Playford Adelaide on 15 August. “South Australia is currently undergoing a flurry of construction activity,” ASI State Manager – SA, Ken Remphrey said. “Innovative and inspiring steel design is central to some of the State’s most significant structures.” The entry from Woodhead in association with Denton Corker Marshall won in the Architectural Steel Design category for their work on Adelaide Central Bus Station.

This landmark project also topped the Structural Engineering Steel Design category for Wallbridge & Gilbert. In the Metal Building Product Design section, the submission from Christopher Parker Architects on the REDARC Innovation Centre development at Lonsdale scored the accolade. The purpose-built plant will boost the manufacture of specialist automotive electronics products. Judges’ Special Awards were presented to architect, Brown Falconer and structural engineer, Kellogg Brown & Root for their work on Flinders Medical Centre Car Park. The 2008 SA Graduate/Trainee/Apprentice Award was given to Cameron Ainslie from Ahrens.


Name: Ken Remphrey
Phone: 0408 833 241