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The addition of Dramix steel fibres offered additional crack control for heavily trafficked roundabouts at the Perth International Airport precinct.

These roundabouts have been in service now for 9 years, take a look next time you’re heading off on an overseas trip.

A Combi Slab (steel fibres + mesh or bar reinforcing) solution was used for the Internal Warehouse Slabs, the External Pavements as well as Rail Track Slab.

Dramix 4D 65/60BG at varying dosages was combined with conventional bar reinforcing for the track slabs and various mesh options for the internal slabs and external pavements.

 

Placed back in 2008 this slab is utilised at the Komatsu facility in Perth. These types of slabs come under enormous stress from the equipment loading on the slabs.

Placed back in 2005 this slab is still in use and standing up to the punishment of a mining slab.
Mining workshop slab was designed for heavy mining machinery and jacking loads.

Placed back in 2008 this slab is utilised at the McMahons facility in Perth. These types of slabs were designed for their heavy machinery maintenance workshops.

Mining Workshop slab designed for heavy mining machinery – Komatsu 930 and Jacking Loads.

30,000m2 Internal Warehouse with 9 Tonne Heavy Post Load

5,000m2 External Heavy-Duty Container Pavement

Elizabeth Quay is a mixed-use development project in the Perth central business district. Located on the north shore of Perth Water and centred on the landmark Swan Bells, it was named in honour of Queen Elizabeth II during her Diamond Jubilee.
BOSFA and Dramix are very proud to have been involved in this iconic project, construction of the SFRC slabs started in 2012 and completed some 12 months later. As you meander around this fantastic precinct, be rest assured you are walking on Dramix SFRC concrete pavements, clad with magnificent locally sourced granite paving. Even the curved steps and seats are all resting on Dramix SFRC.

McVeigh Consulting realised the significant advantages of removing all joints in an External H.D. Pavement, and so designed a “Seamless” Dramix 4D Combi Slab for the new 10,000m2 facility at the Port of Brisbane. Logos were again keen to have this solution for their new facility, which was built by McNab as one of their first steel fibre reinforced projects. QR Contracting placed the Boral concrete to a very high quality finish, in very tough conditions, and the facility is in full operation within a few weeks.

WWWHP (World Wide Warehouse Hai Phong) continued building the next phrase of their renting warehouse. The project is a suspended slab with 5400m2 floor area. The client wanted to have a flat floor according to Fm2 – TR34, the floor has been cast using a strip method, utilising a Dramix®  4D Combi slab solution enabling tight crack control and removing expansion joints.

This project is for the external pavement for the new Dinding facility in Lumut. The pavement is reinforced with Dramix®  3D fibre for heavy traffic load. The slab has a broomed finish to add friction on the road for traffic. This project is still ongoing, Main contractor by ETEC (Korea) consultant by Royal Haskoning and external slab executed by Sathia Construction.

A 17.000m2 warehouse owned by LBL Prime Properties Inc in Manila. This project is awarded to our accredited flooring contractor, Nippontech, who did a good job in casting the slab on grade solution for the owner. Dramix 3D 80/60BG was used in this project with guidance from Nippontech to ensure that the subbase and the gravel bed was prepared well before the execution of the floor. Subbase preparation is key to the success of any slab on grade project and ensure longevity and performance from the product. Well done to Nippontech.