We have a fully equipped, versatile workshop so we are able to take on any job, no matter how difficult or unique it may seem.
All work is performed and supervised by qualified trades-people to ensure a professional result every time.
All Boilermakers and Welding Supervises are WTIA Certified AS 1796-2001.
Material Data Reports can be formulated upon client requests which include material certificates, weld procedures, weld qualifications, workshop ITP, surface treatment ITP, weld test reports, weld maps and etc.
Our in-house capabilities include:
- Engineering, steel fabrication
- Delivery service
- Bandsaw cutting, Brobo cutting
- Profile Cutting:
- Mig Welding Machines
- Hydraulic Pressers
- Magnetic & Radial Drills
- Threading Machines
- Shear / Punches Machines
- Submerged Arc Welders
- Hydraulic brake press.
- Guillotine plate.
- Sheet metal rolling.
- General machining.
- Plasma cutting.
- Cast iron welding
- Bending – pipe, tube and rolled hollow sections
- Rolling – flat bar, tubing and rolled hollow sections
- Profile cutting
- Hole punching and drilling
We have some great examples of our structural steel fabrication and pipe work projects which you can view in our photo gallery.
Workplace Health and Safety policy defines commitment to health and safety of all workers and commits the management of LVB Structural to a vision of zero harm in the workplace. The policy defines Health and Safety responsibilities across the organization and commits LVB Structural management and staff to:
- Compliance with AS/NZS “Workplace Heath and Safety Management Systems”
- Workplace Health Safety Act and Regulations.
- Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Act.
- Workers Rehabilitatation and Compensation Regulations and any other legislation, relevant Standards or Codes of Practice
- A pro-active, risk management approach to OHS through the identification of hazards, risk assessment and elimination or control of those hazards;
- The provision and maintenance of premises, equipment, plant and substances that are safe and without risks to health;
- Consultation and co-operation between management and employees;
- The provision of such information, instruction, training and supervision as may be necessary to ensure our employees’ health and safety at work;
- The provision and maintenance of safe systems of work;
- Meeting welfare requirements of our employees where required;
- The provision of adequate information, instruction and supervision for contractors and visitors;
- The review of measurable objectives and targets to ensure continued improvement aimed at elimination of work-related injury and illness;
- The expeditious return to work of injured workers to pre-injury duties;
- The provision of resources, in terms of personnel, time, technology and financial outlay commensurate with risk;