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Vostek completed a re-roof of the North Pylons below road level. This involved the craning in and out of new and old material as well as a matrix of safety lines and a safety net to ensure no one could fall 30 meters to the water below during installation. Credit Image: john Brennan https://www.flickr.com/photos/johnbrennan/2501534390/
Hangar 416 involved alterations and additions to an existing nose-bay hangar to create a two bay fully enclosed maintenance facility to service 747 aircraft. Vostek constructed the structural steel roof comprising long span trusses, supported off lattice framed columns, services trenches, plant rooms and sundry office buildings.
Vostek worked progressively over 6 years in conjunction with Theiss to erect new roof constructions for the Royal North Shore Hospital main buildings as well as multiple temporary buildings as part of their 10 years redevelopment. Credit Image: Laurie Shaw
As part of the 2003/2004 redevelopment by Multiplex of Sydney's Luna Park, Vostek completed re-roofs on mulitple buildings including Coney Island, the cafe and car park. Credit image: Jan Smith https://www.flickr.com/photos/26085795@N02/
THE HMAS Watson Chapel is located on South head. The original copper roof was constructed in the 60's and was demolished in a windstorm in 2003. Vostek re-framed the structure and clad the roof and spire using a modern copper profile.
Over the last 20 years Vostek has worked with Tait Condon to roof and clad every concrete plant they have built.
Tooheys Ltd Lidcombe – All 20,000 m2 of roof had to be replaced, but production of beer could not stop. Vostek performed the replacement on weekends with a rotation of staff over the 3 years. The client was very happy with the result.
During the 2008 redevelopment of Cockatoo lsland all buildings on the site were re-roofed by Vostek. The majority of the roofs were Asbestos.
Vostek installed a new frame and roof over the existing roof, working mainly over weekends to reduce interruption to the court.