The Way the World Constructs

Rapid construction, the smart way. The FRAMECAD System delivers large scale Cold Formed Steel construction projects faster with its advanced steel framing automated process.

Why FRAMECAD

Why FRAMECAD

The way the world constructs, discover the FRAMECAD advantage

Gain efficient design and faster construction with the complete FRAMECAD System. Achieve accelerated delivery of Cold Formed Steel construction with automated engineering and detailing software that integrates with our world leading factory control software and advanced roll forming manufacturing equipment.

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  • SBS Apartments and Townhouses

    Having made the switch to FRAMECAD’s automated construction system in April 2016; prefabricated steel framing experts SBS Group have used their FRAMECAD system to make significant savings for their customers whilst delivering an accelerated construction process.

  • Système Panneaux Sandwich-Pre-Engineered Building Specialists

    The construction market in Algeria is not too dissimilar to anywhere else in the world; speed of construction, cost of labour, and materials play heavily into who is awarded contracts for new projects. A recent project was awarded to Pre-Engineered Building and Panel specialists Système Pannaux Sandwich (SPS) to construct two 315m2 pre-engineered commercial warehouses.

  • 388 Lonsdale St

    When it comes to designing, prefabricating, and delivering cold formed steel(CFS) wall frames, roof trusses, floor joists, panels and more, Dynamic Steel Frame is an innovative cold formed steel framing company that utilise the automated construction technology system from FRAMECAD. So, perhaps it’s no surprise then that they took on the single largest CFS flooring cassette project ever completed

  • Light Gauge Steel - SBS Group's top choice for top levels

    For multi-level buildings, it’s becoming increasingly obvious that timber, concrete, and hot-rolled steel aren’t always the best options – especially when it comes to the top floor. That’s why so many developers are now looking for ways to save on time, labour, and costs during the construction process.

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