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Wardrope & Carroll Engineering has a large fully equipped high head Room Fabrication workshop with large Guillotines, Press Brakes, Benders, Pan Brakes, Plate Rollers, Radial Drills, Milling Machines, Centre Lathes, Pipe Bending Machines, Rotators, Plasma Cutting Machines, welding machines including GTAW, MMAW & GMAW as well as spot welding and Oxy Acetylene Welding and cutting equipment, bandsawing & Coldsaw.
From a small Coppersmithing partnership started up in Darling Harbour in 1935 as Wardrope & Carroll Coppersmiths with a staff of three, the company has grown into a large well equipped metal fabrication & engineering business now located at Kurnell in Sydney's south.

Our Mission

We take your ideas & concepts from engineering, complete through manufacturing, installation & training.
It is our goal to take these innovative ideas and turn them into manufacturing successes..

Our Guarantee

Our tradesmen are fully qualified & our certified welders are qualified to weld all alloys & carbon steel.
We manufacture & fabricate to all client specifications and Australian Standards.
 
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Wardrope & Carroll Engineering provides your solutions.
Polypropylene Blending Bunkers for the Shell Refininery at Clyde NSW. Manufactured and erected in 1991.

Wardrope & Carroll Engineering has been operating Australia wide for over 74 years.

The partnership consisted of Charles Wardrope & John Bernard Carroll. John Bernard Carroll purchased full control of the company in 1942. His son John Lawrence (Laurie) Carroll joined the company around 1960 after serving an apprenticeship with CSR and being awarded Apprentice of The Year for Coppersmithing. Laurie took over the reins of running the business in the late 70's with John Snr still keeping a keen interest in the business.

The Carroll family has retained ownership through three generations and is currently owned and run by Matthew Carroll, son of Laurie Carroll.