What we do
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Since our establishment in 1984 we have built up a reputation for quality workmanship, accuracy and reliability. We offer a complete service from supplying free quotations to site measuring, CAD drawing facilities, preparation of shop drawings, manufacture and on-site installation.
We have a full range of coatings systems at our disposal including:
- Hot dip galvanizing
- Zinc metal spray with seal or epoxy over coating
- Blasting, zinc silicate and multi coating systems
- Powder coating
- Power wire brush clean, spray or brush application of Resene Armourcote steel primers
Operating a modern well-equipped steel fabrication workshop, below are Some of the more common items we manufacture:
- Structural steel
- General manufacturing
- Balustrades and Handrails
- Gates and Fences
- Machinery Maintenence
We also enjoy repeat business from customers who need a "one off" machine or item built. These jobs give us an opportunity to exercise the fifty plus years of problem solving and manufacturing skills we have in house.
A&S Engineering Ltd has been operating for 25 years with a very low staff turn over. We currently employ 12 staff with most having several years' service. We have apprenticeship trained tradesmen qualified to weld under New Zealand Standards 4711. We are a member of the Heavy Engineering Research Association.
From small hand sketches to Autocad and Strucad drawings A&S offers the detailing service you need and can afford.
For the small job a hand sketch by one of our tradesman can be enough but the more complex the job the better the drawings required.
Please find below, links to standard drawings you can use for one off beams, channels and flitches. You can use these for pricing also.
If you need more involved drawings we can do workshop drawings in Autocad or 3D (Strucad, Autocad) with examples of recent projects on our website. Our prices include workshop drawings and depending on the complexity of the project these may need to be approved by the engineer.