A lightweight steel frame has been adopted to seamlessly construct an office tower high above one of Australia’s busiest railway hubs on a 24-metre high deck.
The work entailed modifications to the existing transfer structure built as part of the 2003 Southern Cross Station Redevelopment, supply and installation of new car park access ramp, crash barriers, northern entry pavilion, lift overruns to the existing structure, a new composite structure including transfer beams for one car park level, supply and installation of eight levels of composite decking and structural components for top floor plant room and function room areas.
In: steel Australia, vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 19-21