Products and systems that meet the stringent requirements for cladding commercial buildings.
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The factory takes a modern spin on the classic Kiwi Shed, captured through the substantial 50,000m² of DD630 roofing and BB900 wall cladding used throughout the project.
Versatile, durable and easy to install, Hebel has the ability to deliver a variety of building solutions for your next project.
Offering thermal performance, fire resistance and CodeMark certification for added peace of mind, Kingspan Insulated Panels are a smart option for commercial builds.
Thanks to Fireshield WoodSafe-Exterior you can once again use cedar timber cladding on buildings over 10 metres in height.
EQUITONE fibre cement cladding offers the longevity, durability and low maintenance needed in our tough New Zealand environment.
Featuring a fire-retardant PIR core, AspirePanel is a hardwearing, fire-resistant solution ideal for commercial facades.
Steel & Tube has been involved at every stage of the refurbishment of the Mount Albert Rugby League Football Club, which included a full reclad to set the club rooms up for the next generation.
The detailed facade design for the apartments, designed by Ockham, featured bespoke glazed bricks from Midland Brick, with pattern and negative detailing adding further texture to the facade.
DRI-CLAD features an absorbent fleece on the reverse side of the profile which controls moisture to prevent dripping from the inside of the sheeting.
The longevity, quality and long-term warranty of Sto’s render facade systems has given Ryman Healthcare the confidence to work with Sto time and time again over the past 18 years.
Cemintel stands for ‘Cement Intelligence’ and is the CSR brand that is responsible for some of the most progressive and innovative materials in Australia and New Zealand.
Featuring APL’s thermally improved Structural Glaze unitised curtain wall in two Wellington towers, the project saw the largest use of curtain wall so far undertaken in New Zealand.
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