Offering a complete range of steel services for the oil and gas industry

BASED in WA, Complete Steel Projects is currently carrying out on-site works for temporary and permanent construction facilities at Chevron Australia’s Gorgon project on Barrow Island. With a project scope that includes the supply and installation of structural steel, the cladding of steel-framed buildings, and the cladding and panel installation of precast panel buildings, the company has a significant, hardworking team on site, as
well as its own crane and mobile elevated work platforms.
In line with Complete Steel Projects’ culture, operating with a focus on quality, safety and employee development is of paramount importance to its workers. “Through continuous training and development, our on-site crew possesses a variety of skills such as crane operation, rigging, cladding (roof plumbing), dogging, precast panel rigging, welding, cutting, grinding, truck driving, blasting and painting, and general labour skills for work
such as scabbling concrete and grouting columns,” the company stated.
Complete Steel Projects is also capable of providing plant and labour for work outside of the general structural steel scope, such as cranage for concrete pours or lifting, and the installation of double-storey accommodation
modules and verandas. The company is also able to organise an on-site team to suit its clients’ requirements.
From its base in Perth, Complete Steel Projects supplies fabricated stick or modular structural steel structures to work sites across Australia. Its in-house team specialises in shop detailing and 3D modelling, as well as
fabrication, painting and the transportation of equipment to site. Utilising computer numerical control-operated machinery and a strong labour force, Complete Steel Projects fabricates its products by employing the
best of both old and new world fabrication methods.
Some of the company’s past projects in WA include: the transportation and installation of accommodation modules for stage 1 of Fortescue Metals Group’s Karntama Village (previously known as Kandama Village);
structural steel supply and installation for the Royal Australian Air Force’s Base Pearce (elements V, M, G, C, A, W, K); the supply and installation of structural steel for BHP Billiton’s Finucane Island and Nelson Point
facilities; and the construction of Macmahon’s offices near the Perth Airport and the Perth TAFE college in the city centre.

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