Congratulations to ICON and our team at Com-Al Windows, led by Darryn and Martin, and our fixer and glaziers on another successful project.

Com-Al Windows designed, manufactured, and installed the window façade using all their own equipment including Genie scissor lifts and EWP’s as we as their own Maeda crawler crane.


Perth Data Centre

Our first major delivery was in June and our last will be towards the middle of December. Over 5,000 separate components were delivered to the site including fixings, consumables, glass, and framing.

The commercial window and door design included Capral 250×55 Flushline framing with a Dulux Duratech Eternity Bronze Pearl Satin on the external, with the Com-AL100x45 suite on the internal with 6.38 clear laminated glass.

data centre in perth


Com-Al provided its own commercial extrusion systems as well as Capral’s on this architecturally designed building.

The commercial glass was a 24mm argon-filled double glazed unit with high-performing EuroGrey. In the main entry, the client had us supply and install security/ballistic glass that was laminated with an SGP interlayer.

ASSA Abloy provided a revolving door to the main entry.

Equinix PE2 Perth Data Centre is located at 1/37 Lemnos Street, Shenton Park WA 6008, Australia.

Equinix helps companies accelerate business performance by connecting them to their customers and partners inside the world’s most networked data centers.

As the capital and economic hub of Western Australia, Perth is ideally located to support the region’s dominant mining and resources industries.

Its Perth International Business Exchange™ (IBX®) data centers are carrier-neutral facilities with multiple network options. Its facilities provide direct access to the new Australia Singapore Cable, which connects Perth and Singapore via Indonesia, making Equinix Perth the ideal location for customers looking for low latency connection in Western Australia and into AsiaEquinix Australia IBX data centers are located across six major cities, including Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Canberra, Brisbane, and Adelaide, which serves many of the world’s largest companies, including financial service providers, cloud

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