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Roma Airport Terminal

Project Overview

The mining industry, with its extensive fly-in-fly-out workforce, requires modern, efficient transport infrastructure.

Spantech was selected to design and install the angled structural steel columns and beams, Spantech 300 Series curved roof, flashings and insulated acoustic ceilings for the Roma Airport Terminal.

A complex intersection of self-supporting curved roofs and a distinctive dark roof features in this striking architectural design by Sanders Turner Ellick Architects.  Spantech was a nominated subcontractor working closely with the principal contractor Woollam Constructions.

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