Case Studies

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...
Sage Hotel

Safety Made Simple for Sage Hotel

Working with builder Cooper & Oxley over the past two decades, Safemaster was once again honoured to be commissioned to provide a height safety solution for the new development of the multi-storey Sage Hotel, as well as the adjacent existing heritage building, located in the Perth CBD. For a safe access to the existing Heritage building rooftop, a complete 4-1 SKYCLIMB combo access system (which consists of colorbond roof access hatch, fold-down ladder, ceiling ladder and suspension ki...
Metro Hotel- Platform

Revolutionary Platform Solutions- Stylish, Innovative & Economical

Through the past 20 years of our establishment, Safemaster has built a strong and successful relationship with Cooper & Oxley, working on a diverse range of roof safety applications. Safemaster is proud to be their favourite choice when it comes to Height Safety solutions. Due to our highest commitment in the industry, Safemaster was once again honoured to work with Cooper & Oxley in the Expansion of the Perth Metro Hotel project to provide quality, innovative and engineered Height...
CSIRO Pawsey Platform

Walkway Platform for CSIRO Pawsey Supercomputer Centre

The comprehensive skills and engineering knowledge of Safemaster meets head-on the challenges of providing walkway platforms over restricted and complex Groundwater Cooling System for Pawsey Centre. The Pawsey Centre is a world-class supercomputing centre, which has been operating since November 2013. The project is a collaboration between the Australian Government, four public Western Australian universities and CSIRO. The $100 million project consists of two large multi-level building...