First for Keytown in Mandurah

KEYTOWN constructions, a subsidiary of Northbridge-based listed engineering and construction firm VDM Group Ltd, has been awarded a $3.23 million contract to construct a 4,770 square metre strata title storage unit facility in Mandurah. In a statement to the Australian Stock Exchange, Keytown Constructions general manager Paul Carter said the project was significant for the company as it would use the Hyparsparse roofing system for the first time. The system is a new building technique to Australia that utilises the ‘ultimate building machine’ technology of US-based MIC Industries Inc. The UBM is a patented machine that can be transported directly to a construction site via truck, and can produce durable steel buildings in days, rather than weeks or months. Mr Carter said Keytown Constructions was the only company in Australia to have invested in this technology. The VDM Group owns WA-based companies, Van Der Meer Consulting, Belling UDM, Ewing Consulting Engineers, Prism Design and Management, Civmec Construction and engineering, Keytown Constructions, Hyperspace Building Solutions, Cape Crushing and Complete Steel Projects.

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