Case Studies

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Yes, Safety Made Right For Optus Stadium

Perth multi-purpose stadium is the third-largest stadium in Australia with 60,000 seat capacity. The project took two years of planning, and construction began in 2014, with the stadium completed on time for the start of the 2018 Australian Football League season. Safemaster was awarded the roof safety contract by Brookfield Multiplex to implement the roof safety solutions due to their expertise in designing and installing various types of fall protection systems across Western Australia's...
Perth Children's Hospital facade access systems

Facade Access Systems For Perth Children’s Hospital

Safemaster took on the challenge and produced a comprehensive range of facade access systems and fall arrest systems for Perth Children's Hospital, ranging from fully customised mobile trolleys to access platforms, integrated with railing systems to facilitate rope access operations. Perth Children’s Hospital is to provide the best possible clinical care for future generations, and serve as the best WA’s outstanding pediatric research. The development includes two main building blocks, nor...
height safety systems- lakelands shopping centre

Safemaster Brings Height Safety To Lakelands Shopping Centre

In accordance with the mission to keep people safe when working at heights, Safemaster was once again privileged to collaborate with Focus Building Company on the Lakelands Shopping Centre, to deliver a comprehensive height safety solution. As an ‘all under one roof’ height safety provider, Safemaster brought together their skills and ability to undertake the entire height safety scope, from initial consultation, design and in-house shop drawings through to manufacture, final installation ...
Waterhall Shopping Centre

Work at Heights Safely & with Total Confidence

Waterhall Shopping Centre is a brand new retail development located in South Guildford, consisting of IGA supermarket, speciality stores, medical centre and community tenancy. Recognising the existing heritage surrounds, the development of Waterhall Shopping Centre uses traditional brick construction and architecture in a contemporary way. The building is six metres high, which spells potential danger for personnel working on the roof level. With the combination of over 20 years work-at-he...