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FIONA STANLEY HOSPITAL BUILDING A

COMPLETION: 2010

TONNAGE: 250T

SCOPE: Project Management, supply, fabrication, surface treatment and erection of structural steel.

DESCRIPTION: Structural Steel including facade steelwork supports, and roof steelwork to the Pathology and Education buildings and the main link bridge between Buildings A & B.

FIONA STANLEY HOSPITAL BUILDING B

COMPLETION: 2013

TONNAGE: 640T

SCOPE: Project Management, supply, fabrication, surface treatment and erection of structural steel.

DESCRIPTION: Fiona Stanley Hopital Building B is the main hospital complex on the FSH site. Cays Engineering supplied and installed structural Steel and facade steelwork for the:

    Emergency Department
    Oncology shielding plate - 320 tonne
    Northern Allied Canopy
    Eastern Allied Canopy
    Oncology Canopy
    Main Entry Steelwork
    Porte Cochere
    Paediatric Playground Roof
    Heli-pad
    Emergnecy department light box

FIONA STANLEY HOSPITAL BUILDING D

COMPLETION: 2012

TONNAGE: 145T

SCOPE: Project Management, supply, fabrication, surface treatment and erection of structural steel.

DESCRIPTION: Building D is a 30 bed Mental Health Inpatient Unit. Cays supplied and installed all structural steel including decking and fireproofing.

FIONA STANLEY HOSPITAL BUILDING E

COMPLETION: 2010

TONNAGE: 24T

SCOPE: Project Management, supply, fabrication, surface treatment and erection of structural steel.

DESCRIPTION: Structural Steel to the Administration Building comprising of two levels of office area and a plant room at roof level.

FIONA STANLEY HOSPITAL BUILDING F

COMPLETION: 2011

TONNAGE: 12T

SCOPE: Project Management, supply, fabrication, surface treatment and erection of structural steel.

FIONA STANLEY HOSPITAL WAIMR

COMPLETION: 2012

TONNAGE: 50T

SCOPE: Project Management, supply, fabrication, surface treatment and erection of structural steel.

DESCRIPTION: Supply of roof structural steel to the West Australian Institute for Medical Reserch Facility on the Fiona Stanley site.

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