Heavy Lifting

Major Projects


Phu My Bridge

The Phu My Bridge in Vietnam is a modern cable-stayed bridge on the Saigon River in Ho Chi Minh City. Its length is a total of 2.4 kilometers with a main span of 750 meters. At full capacity it allows six lanes of traffic.

The Stonecutters Bridge is a high level cable-stayed bridge built in Hong Kong and is currently ranking the second longest cable-stayed bridge in the world. It spans the Rambler Channel in Hong Kong, which connects Nam Wan Kok, Tsing Yi Island and Stonecutters Island. The bridge deck was completed on 7th April 2009.

North South Brisbane Tunnel & Elevated Road

The M7 Clem Jones Tunnel (CLEM7), known during its construction as the North-South Bypass Tun nel (NSBT), is an AUD$3.2 billion toll road built underground between Woolloongabba and Bowen Hills in Brisbane, Australia.

The Index is a multipurpose skyscraper designed and built in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The tremendous structure is 328 meters tall and has 80 floors. Of those 80 floors, the lower 25 will be offices and 47 will be for residential use, including the world's highest apartment.

In a joint venture Steeger Engineering assisted in building 19 bridges that helped make up the 9.7km, $275 million Pacific Highway bypass around Bonville, including the twin bridges across Pine, Reedys and Bonville Creek.

CH2 is a futurist construction leading the way in ecologically sustainable design and sweeping facility management. Steeger’s work on the western façade portrays an arrangement of recycled timber shutters that guard the building from the afternoon rays while allowing views out of the building and natural light to come in the building. The shutters are open when the sun is in the east or north of the sky, closing only when the sun moves to the west.