FRAMECAD SUB ASSEMBLIES

As the world's most compliant CFS system, FRAMECAD has sub assemblies for Roofs, External & Internal Walls and Flooring

The FRAMECAD® System is based on a collection of tested and compliant Sub Assemblies designed to allow the rapid construction of key building components. Different Sub Assemblies can be combined depending on project requirements.

FRAMECAD SUB ASSEMBLIES

  • Roofing

    The FRAMECAD roofing sub-assemblies utilise quality building materials and are designed to offer high quality roofing systems.

  • Trusses & Roof Types

    The FRAMECAD system can be used to manufacture a range of trusses which in turn create a variety of different roof types.

  • Framing

    The FRAMECAD system can produce frames to suit a large range of building designs. This page contains a range of the kinds of typical framing members which may be needed to produce a building using the FRAMECAD system.

  • Flooring

    The FRAMECAD flooring systems use FRAMECAD cold formed steel joists in combination with quality FRAMECAD building materials to produce a rapid and durable flooring system.

  • External Walls

    FRAMECAD has a customised range of external wall assemblies for use in a variety of applications

  • Internal Walls & Ceilings

    The FRAMECAD system can produce frames to suit a large range of building designs. This page contains a range of the kinds of typical framing members which may be needed to produce a building using the FRAMECAD system.

Contact FRAMECAD For more information on Sub Assemblies

Enquire Now

Customer Stories

of 9 Next
Page 1 of 9
  • 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.

  • Mariposa VII, a 7-storey multi-family building

    All 422 load-bearing wall panels for levels three through seven of this 7-story (five levels on two levels of podium) project was fabricated at Douglass Colony's headquarters in Commerce City using FRAMECAD and shipped directly to the jobsite where the building was erected in a total of 40 working days, including all wall panels, flooring systems, and detailing with concrete poured and cured.

  • Dynamic Steel Frame - Creating Australia’s largest LGS apartment building

    Dynamic Steel Frame hold the honour of having constructed the largest light-gauge steel (LGS) three storey apartment building in Australia using the FRAMECAD System. Located in the inner-western suburb of Yarraville, Melbourne, this three-level residential building illustrates how LGS is changing today’s approach to construction

  • Intellisteel’s onsite methodology successfully delivers another assisted living facility

    In the US, the framing industry is changing rapidly. Concrete contractors are becoming a rarity and timber continues to offer challenges due to inferior material and a lack of availability. These days, US construction companies are turning more and more to cold-formed steel (CFS), and FRAMECAD partner Intellisteel is revolutionizing how these steel framed structures are built.

of 9 Next
Page 1 of 9
Share this page
  1. Home
  2. Specifying
  3. Sub Assemblies