OLYMPIC PARK SHADE STRUCTURE FOR...

 

Shade structure for toilet block

The project involved total corrosion control for a new steel shade structure to be erected over a toilet block near Olympic Park, Sydney NSW. The result was a strong, durable, aesthetically pleasing steel structure that will withstand the elements and be protected from the harsh effects of corrosion over time.

Brief: Total corrosion control for a new steel shade structure to be erected over a toilet block near Olympic Park, Sydney NSW.

Project size: Approximate surface area of 450m2

Details:

Abrasive blasting and protective metal coating of shade structure constructed of new structural steel. The project included the surface preparation of the steel structure in readiness for the application of industrial strength protective coatings.

The project was completed in full at Central Coast Metal Protective’s extensive facility at Charmhaven over a two-week period, utilising the blast room and one of CCMP’s two purpose built industrial and commercial spray-painting workshops.  Once completed, the job was stored in CCMP’s yard ready for delivery to the site near Olympic Park in accordance with  the client’s delivery requirements.

Outcome: 

 The result was a strong, durable, aesthetically pleasing steel structure that will withstand the elements and be protected from the harsh effects of corrosion over time. The job was completed on time, within budget and with pick-up and delivery handled courtesy of CCMP’s in-house transport fleet.

Specifications:

Surface Preparation: Class 2.5 Abrasive Blast Clean
Prime Coat: 1 coat of Dulux Zincanode 402
Intermediate Coat: 1 coat of Dulux Duremax GPE
Finish Coat: 1 coat of Dulux Weathermax

 


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