In 1992 Adam Furst (Boxhead) a Fitter/Machinist by trade, along with John Jorgensen (Oldbull) a Structural Engineer opened the doors to a small engineering/structural factory known as Old Bull and Box Engineering P/L. With the focus of expanding to further fulfill the needs of the market, we moved our business to a purpose built workshop in 2000, which eventually became known as LEED Steel.
In 2010 we began to incorporate technology to create an automated plate and beamline facility to process steel for our client base. We proudly have a close association with Peddinghaus Corp USA which covers our current and future requirements to remain leaders in the field of processing.
In 2017 LEED Steel opened a second workshop in Wodonga and LEED Manufacturing also joined the LEED Group company. LEED Manufacturing specializes in bulk manufacturing and robotic welding.
With the assistance from an investment fund headed up by Lindsay Phillips, we are moving forward to forge LEED Group into its next growth plan which includes the relocation of the business to a new and exciting facility at Airport Park located in Fallon Street adjacent to Albury Airport.
Over the years LEED Group has built a highly motivated team of capable, like minded individuals, who are focused on delivering high quality products and a service to match.
LEED Group provide excellent management and control on such services as:
- Shop Detailing
- Fabrication of Structural Steel
- Beamline Processing
- Plate Machine Processing.
- Surface Treatment
- Project Management.
- Q.A to suit all projects.
- Delivery and Erection of Structural Steel.
- Fine Robotics Work