FRAMECAD Customer Stories

Learn how other businesses have gained success building with FRAMECAD and Cold Formed Steel

The FRAMECAD System has proven its value in a diverse range of steel frame building projects throughout the world – providing a competitive advantage to businesses, and enhancing communities through the rapid delivery of quality buildings.

We are honored to have worked with these great organisations and to have partnered with them throughout these outstanding projects.

Customer Stories

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  • Austruss: Build bathroom pods and modular construction by CFS frames and trusses

    We should be doing things better and we should be better at doing what we’re doing”, is the mantra of Australian manufacturers, Austruss, who produce frames and trusses as well as bathroom pods and modular construction.

  • Build Back Better in disaster areas with FRAMECAD

    With natural disasters affecting some of the most vulnerable communities across the world, Build Back Better and Safer principles are becoming increasingly important for rebuilding or strengthening buildings in affected areas and protecting the community against excessive damage from future disasters. The FRAMECAD system and the Mobile Factory offers a quick, easily transportable solution to companies and communities looking to rebuild using Build Back Better and Safer principles. Here is just one example of when that’s made a real difference to a community.

  • BîldTEK-Building a revolution

    Central America’s first stand alone steel frame manufacturing plant is open for business, leading Costa Rica into a new age of building.

  • Commodore Steel LLC: Al Ain Residential Complex: A big job easily handled

    Commodore Steel Industries LLC has completed a major high-end residential project in Al Ain using FRAMECAD, an all-inclusive cold-formed steel design build system that conforms to the Abu Dhabi International Building Codes.

  • Corporacion Waraira: A Venezuelan residential development

    There is an overwhelming deficit of housing in Venezuela, but real estate developing in the country can be plagued by many issues. A combination of high inflation rates and increasingly counterintuitive and rapid changes to the legislation surrounding real estate and construction make traditional construction a poor choice due to its slow place.

  • FASTSTEEL’S mission to help rebuild better in Chile

    In Chile, a country prone to high-magnitude earthquakes, builders are consistently seeking materials to support seismically-stable designs. Responsible Chilean builders have long understood the necessity of a sound structural design, often using state-of-the-art technologies and products to ensure construction is safe beyond the minimal building code requirements. But typically, the safest construction options are pricey and time consuming, resulting in project delays and compromises for lower quality materials.

  • Gypsteel & FRAMECAD: FIFA World Cup Media Centre

    Brazil’s Gypsteel and New Zealand’s FRAMECAD were at the centre of worldwide media attention at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, having created a state-of-the-art communications hub in record time under extremely challenging conditions.

  • US Navy Explores Cold Formed Steel Framing

    Click on this link to view a video in which the US Naval Post Graduate School discuss their recent successes in investigating cold formed steel framing as a method of rapid construction.

  • Foshan Tuhe: Residential in China

    Wanting to develop a range of sample houses that would demonstrate their breadth of capabilities, Foshan Tuhe Equipment Co. Ltd in China came up with three designs that they knew would appeal to and meet the needs of different groups within the local market.

  • The easy build solution for difficult site: Mission Bay, Auckland, New Zealand

    Built for a high profile sporting personality, this stunning five level home taking shape in Auckland’s Mission Bay has highlighted the unique benefits of steel framing on difficult sites.

  • Xerona Michael: School project in Nigeria

    Building 28 school extensions across one of the states in Nigeria is no simple task, but steel framing enables Xerona Michael to take on projects such as this with ease.

  • Signature Value Homes, developing affordable Mozambique housing

    Signature Value Homes Limited decided to partner with FRAMECAD, having used their technology on previous projects and appreciated FRAMECAD’s reliability and excellent customer service. FRAMECAD’s advanced, end-to-end design and build system enables the rapid construction of quality buildings, wherever in the world it’s used. Signature Value utilised FRAMECAD’s design software for the full design and detailing of the units, as well as using their machines and software for the build itself.

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