Shenzen Bao’am China.
A long, tube-shaped airport that looks similar to a plane itself. The buildings white, hexagonal motif reappears all over the building, often as glass windows that let in an abundance of natural light.
2. Spaceport America.
An airport of a different kind, this building will be the first airport to send tourists into space. The low-rise building echoes its desert surroundings, a humble beginning for a cosmic journey.
3. Old Hong Kong Airport, China.
This incredible airport was centred right in the middle of a busy city, so planes had to navigate amongst the sky scrapers to land.
It made for some pretty amazing photographs.
4. Madeira Airport, Portugal.
This incredible landing strip rises out of the ocean on concrete posts. Built into the coastline, this airport is unlike any other.
5. London Britannia Airport.
A proposed airport to be built on an artificial island in the Thames. The airport would have cost 47 billion pounds to build, and will likely never come to exist.
6. Princess Juliana Airport, Sint Maarten.
This airport is famous for the low altitude aeroplanes that pass right over the nearby beach. It has become quite the tourist attraction to stand on the beach as enormous commercial airliners scream overhead.
7. Queen Alia International, Jordan.
Built from bubble-like dome roofing & extensive concrete interiors, this stark airport is unforgivingly functional, but also strangely beautiful.
8. Hong Kong International Airport.
This airport is breath-taking when seen from above – it covers an entire island & looks almost like a small city.
9. Gisborne Airport, NZ.
An airport with train tracks running right across the runway. The aeroplanes time their landings to avoid hitting passing trains.
10. Lyon-St Exupery Airport, France.
A double for amazing buildings, the airport has a futuristic circular terminal, and the famous ‘swooping bird’ building. Undeniably unforgettable.
How much to build an office?
How much does it cost to build an office building or attached office?
Every job is unique and will have different demands and a different scope.
The best thing to do is request a quote – we’ll respond with a full quote within 1 working day.
As an introduction, we’ve estimated some figure below to give you a rough idea of what an office building project often costs. These estimates include all of the benefits of working with Central Steel Build, complete project management, engineer, design, building permits etc.
Small – medium office project
These projects include office extensions and warehouses.
Cost range: $20,000 – $100,000
Medium office projects
Medium projects often involve combined offices and warehouses.
Cost Range: $100,000 – $200,000
Large office projects
Larger projects involve large office spaces with attached ware houses.
Cost range: $200,000 – $300,000
Do I need to arrange a building permit?
As we are registered builders, we are able to take care of all the paperwork, including building permits, so you can focus on ensuring the project meets your needs.
Have you built many offices before?
We’ve build over 50,000 steel buildings since our beginning in 1975.
These have been all over Australia, across multiple industries.
You can have a look at the location of our buildings here:
Can I see photographs of your work?
You sure can. The best way is to download an XpandaBuild brochure, where we’ve collected images of our previous buildings and their features.
Stage 3 of the Hamilton Saleyards
The third stage of the enormous Hamilton sale yards are underway, bringing the total covered area to a huge 22,000 m2.
Stage 1& 2 (already built) cover the red area. Stage 3 will cover the area marked in blue.
Stage 1 & 2 covering the sale yards during a sheep auction.
AERIAL FOOTAGE OF STAGE 1 & 2
The Hamilton saleyards were recently featured as a case study for the Government-endorsed water saving organisation Clearwater.
STAGE 3 CONSTRUCTION PHOTOS