The winners of this year’s ASI Steel Design Awards for Queensland testify to the wide array of public uses structural steel excels – a tourism centre, a sports complex, a bridge and a museum.

The winners were presented at a cocktail reception at the Tattersall's Club in Brisbane’s CBD on 27 August by ASI State Manager - QLD & NT, John Gardner. Mr Gardner said that despite limitations imposed by the GFC, the awards program was well subscribed. “This year’s winners exemplify the speedy, straight-forward, sustainable, safe and stylish benefits steel contributes to modern development projects,” he said.

The awards were presented in the four categories of

  1. Architectural Steel Building Design,
  2. Structural Engineering Steel Building Design,
  3. Engineering Projects Structural Engineering Steel Design - Infrastructure and Mining, and
  4. Steel Clad Structures Building Design.
  • The Architectural Steel Building Design Award went to Bark Design Architects for the Noosa Visitor Information Centre.
  • The Structural Engineering Steel Building Design Award was won by Sinclair Knight Merz for work on Queensland Tennis Centre.
  • The Engineering Projects Structural Engineering Steel Design Award - Infrastructure and Mining went to The Horizon Alliance for the Springfield Link Bridge project.
  • The Steel Clad Structures Building Design Award was won by Fulton Trotter Architects for Hinkler Hall of Aviation.

The 2009 awards program was supported by Industrial Galvanizers as Major Sponsor, with BDS VirCon, BlueScope Lysaght, BlueScope Steel, Jackson Roxborough Steel Detailing Consultants, Orrcon Steel, Pacific Computing, St.George Corporate and Business Bank, SteelLink

Contact

Name: John Gardner
Phone: +61 7 3853 5320
Email: johng@steelorg.au