Queensland Cotton Dalby Gin Storage Sheds

Metroll is proud to have been involved in the supply of materials to a significant expansion of Queensland Cotton storage facilities at their Dalby site.

Queensland Cotton specialises in all stages of the cotton marketing process including the acquisition, processing, risk management, sale, classification, storage, transport and export of processed Australian cotton.

Queensland Cotton operates 10 state-of-the-art cotton gins throughout Queensland and New South Wales, with a combined ginning capacity of more than one million bales. Their cotton gins are located in Emerald, Moura, Cecil Plains, Dalby, two at St George, Mungindi, Collarenebri, Wee Waa, and Warren.

Metroll is proud to have been involved in the supply of materials to a significant expansion of storage facilities at the Dalby site.

The project involved the construction of two large steel framed sheds with a total floor area of almost 20,000m2.

Products

Roofing:

18,500m2 Trimclad® made from ZINCALUME® steel

Walling:

4,500m2 Trimclad® made from COLORBOND® steel

Flashings, Capping, Custom Gutters:

COLORBOND® steel, ZINCALUME® steel

'Can-Do' Credentials

100% Delivered On Time In Full

  • Up to 20m lengths
  • Successful co-ordination of over length sheets
  • Regional site, delivered for tight crane schedule
  • Crane to roof
  • Roofing packed in accordance with client's requirements

Acknowledgements

Source:
Metroll media release
Builder:
FKG Group
Roofer:
Fermor Plumbing
Fabricator:
Range Steel Fabrications

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