Our experience is both varied and extensive including the design of packaged equipment skids for offshore platforms, fuel storage depots in connection with the mining industry in WA, substructures for gas compression plants in QLD and preparing schemes for dismantling and replacement of uptake and reaction shafts including heavy lift crane studies at BHP Olympic Dam – the reaction shaft weighed 200 t and the lift radius was 46 m.

Industrial buildings include everything from small workshops to the manufacturing and assembly facilities for the Future Submarines, a space with a clear width of 48 m, 45 m high and 240 m long.

With an understanding of the interactions with both process and mechanical engineering LSEC are well versed in working constructively with other disciplines to achieve an outcome that minimises compromise and arrives at a solution that satisfies everyone.