service Jumpform system

The Fabquip® Jumpform jacking system allows the entire assembly to be raised to the next floor level using one operator to elevate the entire system, (without the use of a crane).

service Hoist

Utilising a Hoist eliminates dependence on the tower crane, and makes for efficient transportation of formwork, and other materials.

service Slipform system

The Australian designed Self Climbing Electro-Hydraulic Slipform System may be defined as a method of continuously moulding, or forming concrete, with the use of a moving formwork.

service Safety Screens

In today's high-rise construction industry, the demands on efficiency, speed of construction and safety are paramount.

service Heavy Lift Systems

The jacking systems, owned by Fabquip®, are also ideally suited for the use in specialised heavy lifting activities in the general engineering sector.

Fabquip operate all over Australia, South East Asia and the Middle East.

We are seeking to expand into other International Markets. Our products are designed for ease of container transport, which allows us to compete throughout the world at commercial rates.

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Fabquip® Construction Systems Pty Ltd was founded in 1967 as a System Formwork specialist, providing self-climbing core and vertical element formwork to the building and construction industry internationally.
We have contributed to the successful forming of high-rise service cores, shear walls, towers and other major structures, and carry a proud history of quality and efficient works.
Mechanised formwork systems for medium to high-rise reinforced concrete construction hold a strong position in the building and construction industry due to the significant savings in time and labour, and the substantial reduction in crane dependence which can be saved when compared with the conventional crane handled formwork systems. ...read more

1975 Water Reservoir, Perth

1979 Clinker Bin, Gladeston

1983 – 200 Queen Street, Melbourne

1983 Ravensworth Silos

1986 – Rialto Towers, Collins Street, Melbourne