Living Iron is a diverse metal fabrication company undertaking a wide array of projects from traditional wrought iron through to high-end architectural stainless steel work and structural steelwork.


We take pride in producing work of the highest quality and in 2012 were acknowledged for this as recipients of the Master Builders Association National Subcontractor of the Year award, as well as winning the Subcontractor of the Year Award for Steel – Structural Steel (for the Castle Rock project). 


In 2003 we received the Master Builder Association's Sub-contractor of the Year (Structural) Award for Stage 1 of the Perth Zoo Orang-u-tan enclosure.

We employ 10 skilled crafts people plus support staff and are confident of our ability to handle any challenge in the metal fabrication industry.

Company Profile

About Us

  • Western Projects - Kings Park Volunteer Hub
  • LKS Constructions - Public Transport Authority Bike Shelters
  • Jaxon Constructions - Botanical Apartments
  • Jaxon Constructions - 150 Broome Street, Cottesloe
  • Cooper & Oxley - Greater Curtin Bus Interchange - Seats, bins & hard landscaping elements
  • Western Projects - Perth College Underpass
  • LKS Constructions - Beckenham Railway Station
  • LKS Constructions - Kenwick Railway
  • Public Transport Authority - Supply of standard seats and bins for public transport network
  • Perth Builders - Knutsford Street, Fremantle - Screens, balustrading and gates
  • Merit Projects - St Johns Square, Northbridge
  • Crown Casino – Public Realm Refurbishment – Landscaping hardworks
  • Badge – Tranby College
  • Environmental Industries – Fiona Stanley Hospital Buildings A & B Landscaping steel hardworks
  • Robinson Buildtech – Castle Rock Granite Skywalk
  • LD Total – Rio Tinto Naturescape Kings Park
  • LKS Constructions – Mt Lawley Train Station
  • Esslemont – Kings Park Fraser Avenue Ceremonial Walk Redevelopment
  • Lakis Construction – Mirrabooka Bus Station structural steel
  • Badge Construction – Peter Moyes Anglican Community School – Stages 5 and 6 Balustrading and handrails
  • Merit Projects – Hale School new library and IT Centre balustrading
  • Robinson Buildtech – Yardie Creek Toilet Block structural steel
  • Deville’s Pad – Balustrading and lights
  • Lakis Construction – Mount Hawthorn Primary School
  • Lakis Construction – Girrawheen Primary School Covered Assembley Area
  • Lakis Construction – Northbridge Plaza Redevelopment balustrading, bollards, awnings
  • Gosnells Railway Station metalwork
  • Bassendean Railway Station stainless steel work
  • Canning Railway Station platform edge angles
  • Perth Zoo - Orang-u-tan Enclosure Redevelopment – Stages 1 to 4
  • Perth Zoo – Hunting Dog Enclosure, Tiger Enclosure
  • Robinson Buildtech – Macaque Monkey Enclosure
  • Robinson Buildtech – Perth Dental Hospital structural steel
  • Lakis Construction – Bird Aviary Whiteman Park
  • Infratec – Hollywood Hospital MRI Room Extensio
  • Robinson Buildtech – Bunnings South Street O’Connor Roof Upgrade

Past Projects

  • Phase3 - Busselton Foreshore Play Space
  • Deep Green - Carousel Shopping Centre
  • Deep Green - Whitfords Shopping Centre
  • Deep Green - Westin Hotel, 480 Hay Street, Perth
  • Phase3 - Cockburn Coast shelters
  • Earthcare - Denham Foreshore Redevelopment - Lighthouse
  • Environmental Industries - Crown Towers Pool area fencing
  • Deep Green - Optus Stadium (Perth Stadium) Bus hub corralling barriers
  • LD Total - Honeywood
  • Environmental Industries - Fiona Stanley Hospital



  • Steadman Building Group - Salter Point Parade Residence
  • Roscommon Residence - Mosman Bay Constructions - Architectural brass works and external window treatments
  • Palazzo Homes - Oban Road Residence - Front entry metalwork
  • Signature Homes - Residence, The Esplanade Mt Pleasant - Gates

  • Signature Homes - Alp residence, South Perth - Gates 

  • Panton Residence, Mt Pleasant - Brian Burke Homes - Internal and external balustrades, gates and fence infill panels
  • Ross Residence, Bicton - External and internal balustrading
  • Murray Residence, Fremantle - Gates and fencing
  • Palazzo Homes – Reginald Street Residence
  • Allen Residence, Attadale – Fencing, Internal and External Balustrading
  • Hulme residence, Cottesloe – Recreation of heritage balustrading
  • Baker residence, Applecross – “Nautilis” balustrading and “Bird of Paradise” screen
  • Duncan residence, Subiaco – “Organic Delight” gate
  • Seaton residence – “Dragonfly” gate
  • Curran residence, South Perth – “Hibiscus” gates
  • Rubino residence, Applecross – Creation of balustrading and driveway gates
  • Langford residence, Applecross – Creation of balustrading
  • Parfitt residence, Claremont – Creation of an wrought iron outdoor conservatory and bird aviary
  • Clayton-Smith residence, Bicton – Creation of the “Field of Dreams” driveway gate
  • 'Garden of Paddles', Rivervale (Artist: Peter McMeikan)
  • 'Urban Connection', East Perth (Artist: Peter McMeikan)
  • The Big Banksia Leaf, Wellard
  • Totem, Perth Arena (Artist: Geoffrey Drake-Brockman)
  • Shimmer, East Perth (Artist: surf - Stephen Neille & Jurek Wybraniec)
  • WA Athletics Stadium (Artist: surf - Stephen Neille & Jurek Wybraniec)
  • Frasers Garden Centre – Rose Fountain
  • Earthcare Consulting – Sea Lion sculpture for Greenhead, Cervantes
  • City of Rockingham - Replacement bridge at aquatic centre
  • City of Rockingham - Mike Barnett Stadium Awning
  • City of Nedlands - Replacement handrails and balustrade at Swanbourne Beachfront
  • City of Stirling – Playground Shelter
  • City of Fremantle – Bus shelter and street furniture

  • Awarded the Master Builders Australia National Specialist Contractor of the Year 2012 for Castle Rock Granite Skywalk
  • Awarded the Master Builder Association's 2012 Sub-contractor of the Year (Structural) for Castle Rock Granite Skywalk 
  • Awarded the Master Builder Association's Sub-contractor of the Year (Structural) Award for Perth Zoo Orang-u-tan enclosure in 2003

From left: David Atkin, CEO Cbus, Major Awards Sponsor, 
Craig Parton - Living Iron, 
Peter Kennedy, National President, Master Builders Australia.

Awards