Knee Height:
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Building Use:
Workshop or Factory
A mix of Colorsteel Endura Trimrib - Blue Denim and James Hardie Titan Panel in Artic White and Hardies Linear Board in Aged Pewter. Roller Shutter Doors are Ebony as well as the Aluminum Joinery.
Portal System:
Bracketless Portal System
The workshop features 491m2 of office space across two floors, as well as a cantilever canopy over the workshop roller doors.

Led by Logan Frew and Lee Parker-Frew from Coresteel Central Plateau, the team recently completed the slick new premises for SiteCare. Taupo business SiteCare has been delivering waterways care, municipal wastewater facility servicing, construction project management, industrial cleaning, and liquid waste management services to New Zealand since 1997.

workshop and office steel building by coresteel buildings taupo


“The business has grown substantially, and at approximately four times the size of our last space, the new purpose-built environmentally friendly facility will allow for the continued expansion of the business in key environmental areas,” says Grant Mirfin, SiteCare Director. 

The build features a two-story office block and adjoining workshop. The workshop measures 21m x 29m with a 6.7m knee height, and makes great use of our unique Bracketless Portal System. Unlike other portal systems, our Bracketless Portal System has been designed to help businesses maximise their internal space, thanks to the absence of obtrusive brackets and bracing.

To help accommodate for SiteCare’s rapid growth, the new premises will provide modern facilities for SiteCare’s 60 employees, as well as an additional storage room for the fleet of equipment used to support operations. A low-e coating was applied to the window glazing which will keep the offices spaces naturally cooler, reducing air conditioning costs and therefore energy consumption. 

“The project was constructed in partnership with Coresteel, with the Coresteel team providing a complete turnkey build solution, supported by expert project management,” says Grant. 

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