Since our commencement in 1997 Bridgeman Stainless Solutions has been recognised as a leading stainless steel fabrication specialist building an enviable reputation for its high standard of fabrication, internal design capabilities and record of consistently being able to deliver projects on time.
At an initiative of the Australian Stainless Steel Development Association (ASSDA), Bridgeman Agencies applied for and gained Accreditation with ASSDA in May 2004.
Located at 15 Combarton Street Brendale in Brisbane’s North, and in close proximity to major road transport corridors, we have been able to continue our strategy of growth by expanding our workforce and taking advantage of the immense development that has occurred in South East Queensland in the past few years. Our location has also played a significant role in ensuring that we meet our ongoing service commitment to our clients, particularly in the greater Brisbane area and SEQ Region, given our proximity to the Gateway Arterial Road, Western Freeway and Ipswich Motorway.
In support of our commitment to Service and Quality we currently employ a highly skilled workforce in excess of 50 staff which includes 4 Project Managers, a dedicated Estimating Team, Production Manager, 20 Tradesmen and 12 Apprentices. A commitment to ongoing training and skills development of our production team and the continual upgrading and maintenance of our plant and equipment ensures that we are able to deliver the high standard of fabrication and service that our customers have come to expect.
Bridgeman Stainless Solutions has an enviable reputation as a leading fabricator of domestic and commercial kitchens, handrails and balustrades, benches, trolleys, basins, general fabrication, bespoke architectural items, conveyor systems, restaurant, shop and apartment fit outs.
We also maintain relationships with all major suppliers of equipment for the Foodservice and Hospitality industry and can assist with the supply of all your equipment needs and design input.
We are committed to the ongoing development of the industry and are active supporters of the apprentice training program.