A long-established Logan based construction business is looking for more Logan based people to join them on their journey into the future.
With over 40 years of operation, Beenleigh Steel Fabrication (BSF) based at Crestmead, has been involved with some of Australia’s most iconic structures including the original revamping of the “Gabba” and its recent refurbishment along with the new stadium in Townsville.
BSF has also fabricated the steel for Metricon and Robina Stadiums on the Gold Coast.
BSF is continuing to grow as the company recently did the sod turning of their new $4.2 million facility in Berrinba. But they also want to be part of the growth of Logan as not only an Industry hub. They want to support Logan as a place where local people can get a job locally.
Company Director, Anthony Stoeckert believes that there are many people living in Logan who would meet the needs of BSF and he is keen to hear from local people.
“BSF is entering a new era and we need apprentices, tradespeople and professionals to enable us to meet the requirements of the growing construction industry.
“We have good strong contracts taking us well into the future so we can offer job security as well as skill training and development,” Mr Stoeckert said.
The type of people BSF are seeking for apprentice candidates would range in ages between 16-25.
They should have completed grade 10 minimum with sound achievements.
They are also happy to have “mature age” apprentices come on board to help these people secure their and their family’s future.
BSF are always seeking skilled boilermakers and welders.
Opportunities may also come about in other roles such as estimators, design managers, document controllers and possibly other admin roles.
“BSF has an exciting future as does Logan and we are keen to work with others in the community to bring this about.
“I would encourage interested people to view our videos to get a feel for the type of work we do by visiting our website www.beenleighsteel.com.au,” Mr Stoeckert said.