Supreme Demolition

Iconic building leaves Brisbane Over 600 tonnes of Quickstage scaffolding has been supplied to the Supreme Courts demolition project, situated in the heart of Brisbane. At peak, a team of 16 on-site scaffolders have taken on the challenges of this 12 week scaffold project. The biggest project … [Read more...]

Solutions meeting GMR

FMC Building (SCUH) Sunshine Coast Public University Hospital will revolutionise healthcare on the Coast when it opens its doors in 2016. Built as part of the 20 hectare Kawana Health Campus that will also incorporate the hospital's SARC (Skills, Academic & Research Centre), a co-located … [Read more...]

Marking our Territory

Solution. Service. Simple. Our recent supply of both Scaffolding and Formwork solutions to major projects in Darwin, Northern Territory, clearly highlights Uni-span's presence in this hub of industrial activity that is changing the face of the NT. We proudly stand by our commitment to ensuring … [Read more...]

Chartered Status

Congratulations Bala & David Congratulations to Bala Nanjunda who received his Chartered Professional Engineering Status late last year and now fulfils the role of Uni-span's Engineering Manager, Brisbane. Bala has been with Uni-span for 2 years and has clearly demonstrated his passion for … [Read more...]

Safety: Priority & Pride

Uni-span receives AS 4801:2001 Late last year, a safety audit was carried out by an external body, assessing Uni-span's compliance against AS/NZS 4801:2001. An independent Certification Panel Member reviewed the audit report and approved certification. A surveillance audit of Uni-span's Quality … [Read more...]

Pivotal Proportions

Incitec Pivot Limited Shutdown Incitec Pivot Ltd's Phosphate Hill site in North Queensland manufactures ammonium phosphate fertilisers and is currently in a shut down period. This plant also has it's own phosphate mine and ore processing facility. More than 170 tonnes of Scaffolding was supplied … [Read more...]

Forming the way

Uni-span forms the way on Legacy Way Two TBM's (tunnel boring machines), each 12.4 metres in diameter and 110 metres in length were used to excavate Brisbane City Council’s Legacy Way tunnel. It took each TBM approximately 10 months to complete this stage of the project, which will connect the 4.6 … [Read more...]