Icon Metal secures two contracts at the Sydney Children's Hospital

Elodie Tran

Marketing & Communications

Icon Metal is thrilled to announce its recent achievement of being awarded the structural steel and feature stairs packages by John Holland for the Sydney Children's Hospital. This exciting opportunity allows us to contribute to the development of this vital healthcare facility.

Link Bridges and Canopies:

One of the major tasks is the construction of two link bridges that will connect the existing Children's Hospital Building to the new one. These bridges, comprising approximately 35 tons of steel, will not only serve as a physical connection but also symbolise the unity between the two structures.

In addition to the link bridges, we will fabricate a series of outdoor canopies for the hospital's garden area. These canopies will provide patients and their families with a pleasant outdoor space. With meticulous attention to detail, we will create structures that seamlessly blend functionality and aesthetics, contributing to a tranquil and supportive atmosphere for all.

Recognising the importance of accessibility and ease of movement within the hospital, we will also be responsible for fabricating the emergency department canopy at the ICU entrance. This canopy ensures a protected and comfortable environment for patients and medical staff during critical moments.

Feature Stairs:

We will also supply two sets of feature stairs that measure approximately 5 meters in height, complete with glazed balustrades surrounding the perimeter. Our commitment to delivering high-quality workmanship will ensure that these feature stairs become a captivating focal point while adhering to the strictest safety standards.

To learn more about our previous work, visit our projects page and explore the rich portfolio of projects we have successfully accomplished.

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