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FTI on tallest buildings in SA, NSW, ACT, NZ & more!

FTI’s Iconic Projects… includes the tallest residential buildings in South Australia, New South Wales, Canberra, Gold Coast, New Zealand.

Plus Queens Wharf which is set to span almost 20% of Brisbane CBD.

Featuring: Meriton GroupLendleaseCrema GroupJAXON GroupIconBuilt.MultiplexGeocon Group & more.

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Preformed vs. Conventional Construction Methods: A Comparative Analysis

Driven by the ever-present need for optimising efficiency, safety, sustainability, and innovation in the construction industry, over the years the different construction methods we use are continuing to evolve.

The most common construction methods are prefabricated (or preformed) formwork and traditional (or conventional) formwork, each with its advantages and challenges.

Maximising Efficiency: The Time-Saving Benefits of FTI Group’s BIM Content

In the world of architecture and design, time is a precious commodity. Architects and designers are constantly seeking ways to streamline their workflows and optimise efficiency without compromising quality. Fortunately, advancements in technology have revolutionised the design process, offering innovative solutions to enhance productivity.

Find a supplier you can rely on.

Finding a supplier you can rely on can be one of the hardest and most stressful decisions. It’s important to find a supplier that works well with your company and who will give you the best product and service offering. The construction industry in Australia may be booming but beneath the surface, there is much uncertainty in relation to insolvencies and wind-up notices.

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You can trust Fast Tread®
to be compliant with:

• AS/NZS1657:2018
for fixed platforms, walkways, stairways, and ladders
• AS/NZS1428.1:2009
for design for access and mobility
• AS/NZS1170.1:2002
for structural design actions
• AS/NZS3990:1993
for mechanical equipment
• AS/NZS4100:1998
for steel structures
• AS/NZS4991:2004
for lifting devices
• AS/NZS1554.1:2011
for structural steel welding
• AS/NZS4761:2001
for steel reinforcing materials

Compliance assured for your peace of mind. For more information, contact our design team.