We’re experts in our field
We specialise in the design, manufacture and installation of balustrades, staircases and pool enclosures in commercial and residential markets.
We are experts in our field and opinion leaders regarding safety and compliance. With the ever-increasing need to comply with the South African National Standards, also known as SANS, we have developed the recipe to produce a range of products that are fully compliant while maintaining visually appealing, custom aesthetic designs that we’re renowned for. Steel Studio consists of a permanent staff team of over 250 employees that is made up of management, a sales and estimating department, research and development, project managers, draughtsmen, artisans, skilled and semi-skilled workers.
Since inception, we have successfully completed thousands of projects ranging from the smallest residential to the largest and most prestigious commercial projects.
Our collective management team has several years of experience in the stainless steel, glass and construction industries and is involved in every aspect of a project’s lifespan from design input right through to installation. With our full-time, in-house health and safety officers, we are able to ensure that all of our projects are in compliance with all the health and safety standards required by law.
All of our standard systems are tested and approved by a professional structural engineer, in accordance with SANS deemed to satisfy requirements. We are dedicated to developing a self-regulated and fully compliant industry and in an effort to lead from the front we offer balustrades, staircases and pool enclosures that are built according to the regulations set out by the South African National Standards.
All custom balustrade and staircase systems are designed and tested in consultation with a professional structural engineer and in accordance with SANS deemed to satisfy requirements.
At Steel Studio, we are concerned about our impact on our surroundings and we are constantly looking to reduce our carbon footprint. All of our stainless steel is recyclable and recycled materials are used in the production of stainless steel raw material. Our stainless steel is manufactured following strict environmental guidelines and principles to ensure the wellbeing of our environment
Steel Studio is a member of SASSDA (Southern African Stainless Steel Development Association), SAGGA (South African Glass and Glazing Association), and the MBA North (Master Builders Association North).
The health of our natural environment is a growing global concern and the impact of building materials on our ecosystem is constantly under scrutiny.
At Steel Studio we are concerned about our impact on our surroundings and are constantly looking to reduce our carbon footprint.
All of our stainless steel is recyclable and recycled materials are used in over of all new stainless steel products.
Our stainless steel is manufactured following strict environmental guidelines and principles to ensure the wellbeing of our environment.
Leaders in the South African Market
Since inception, we have successfully completed thousands of projects ranging from the smallest residential to some of the largest and prestigious projects in the country. We have over 30 qualified installation teams that service our commercial and residential clients. We continue to invest in the development of our people and our products. We are a proud South African establishment and we endeavour to source most of our products from the South African market in order to sustain employment in our country.
Steel Studio is a member of SASSDA (Southern African Stainless Steel Development Association), MBA (The Master Builders Association) and SAGGA (South African Glass and Glazing Association).
Recently Satisfied Clients:
Current and completed projects by Steel Studio include:
- Discovery Head Office R 31.3 Million,
- Sasol Head Office Sandton (R28 mil),
- OR Tambo Central Terminal Building (R21 mil),
- King Shaka International Airport (R12 mil),
- Society House R 10.1 Million,
- Standard Bank Rosebank (R9 mil),
- Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs & Momentum (129 Rivonia) R 4.8 Million,
- Group Five Head Office Waterfall (R1.04 mil),
- Department of Foreign Affairs Pretoria (R9 mil),
- Menlyn Mall Refurbishment R 8.3 Million,
- Cell C Head Office Waterfall (R0.7 mil),
- Sandton City Upgrade and Phase 2(R9.3 mil),
- Duncan Court Pretoria (6.5 mil),
- 90 Rivonia Sandton (5.6 mil),
- Blue Route Mall Cape Town (R5.8 mil),
- Alexander Forbes Sandton (R5.8 mil),
- Villa Royale R 5.3 Million,
- Old Mutual R 4.5 Million,
- Tshwane House R 2.8 Million,
- Northgate Heights R 2.5 Million,
- Iris Apartments Sandton (R2.3 mil),
- Embassy Towers R 2.3 Million,
- Unisa Pretoria (R2.25 mil),
- Alice Lane Phase 3 R 2.1 Million,
- Lynwood Bridge Pretoria (R2 mil),
- FNB Data Centre Randburg (1.9 mil),
- Summit Place Bryanston (1.9 mil),
- Nedbank Menlyn (R1.8 mil),
- Clearwater Mall Roodepoort (R1.6 mil),
- Menlyn Maine Times Square R 1.6 Million,
- Menlyn Maine Central Square R 1.5 Million,
- Pegasus 2 Pretoria (1.5 mil),
- Destiny Conference Centre Kempton Park (1.5 mil),
- Savannah Mall Polokwane (R1.5 mil),
- Mthatha Mall Mthatha (1.3 mil),
- Hill on Empire R 1.3 Million
- 30 Jellicoe Fluxmans Offices Rosebank (R1.15 mil),
- Ebotse Links R 1.4 Million,
- Alice Lane Towers Sandton (R1.4 mil),
- Morganwood Pretoria (1.3 mil),
- Heineken Brewery Johannesburg South (R1.3 mil),
- Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital Johannesburg (1.2 mil),
- The Hub Bryanston (1.2 mil),
- Waterfall Mall Rustenburg (R1.2 mil),
- Clientele Offices R 1.2 Million,
- Apex on Smuts R 1.1 Million,
- Nelson Mandela Square Sandton (1.1 mil),
- Nestle Head Office Bryanston (R1.1 mil),
- The Zone Rosebank (R1.1 mil),
- Menlyn Podium Pretoria (R1.1 mil),
- The Edge R 1.1 Million,
- BCX Head Office R 1.0 Million,
- Summit Place Pretoria (R1 mil),
- Cerise Apartments Rosebank (1 mil),
- FET Campus Thabazimbi (R1 mil),
- Makro Head Office Johannesburg (R0.8 mil),
- 140 West R 0.8 Million,
- Byls Bridge Pretoria (R0.9 mil),
- Rosebank Station Gautrain (R0.8 mil),
- Sanral Head Office Midrand (R0.75 mil).
South African Law dictates that any balustrade or staircase installation must comply with the South African National Standards, and that in order for a building inspector to issue an occupation certificate, the building inspector needs a certificate stating that a professional structural engineer has tested and approved the balustrade and/or staircase system in accordance with SANS deemed to satisfy requirements. This certificate would be in the form of the FORM 3: Declaration by a competent person appointed to design a component or an element of a system, from the National Building Regulations and Building Standards Act, 1977 (Act No. 103 of 1977). Therefore every Home and Building Owner must insist on an Engineers Certified Form 3 for every new balustrade or staircase system.