Ri Engineering

Quality industrial machines

4 Story Street, Whyalla Norrie SA 5608

PO Box 706 Whyalla SA 5600
Business Summary
Steel Fabrication & Welding
About Us
About Us

Introducing Reeves Industrial

Reeves Industrial began its operations as Whyalla Labour Hire in 1999 with two personnel. From this modest beginning the firm grew and expanded its customer base and service range until, by the end of 2006, Whyalla Labour Hire employed 12 staff.

Having outgrown the 'labour hire' tag and wanting to reflect a much broader range of services, the company underwent a name change in early 2007 becoming Reeves Industrial.

A respected service provider to the industrial, commercial and residential markets, our services include:

  • Concreting
  • Recycling Services
  • Environmental Services
  • Engineering & Fabrication for the Mining Sector.
  • Equipment Hire
  • Industrial Cleaning
  • Installation of industrial and Commercial Sheds
  • Refractory Services and Representation.
  • Refractory Mould Making
  • BOS Furnace Refractory Monitoring
  • Roadwork's & Asphalt Repairs
  • Specialised & Complex Demolition

Services We Offer


Refractory Anchoring

Remote Controlled Demolition

Kiln Demolition

Remote controlled specialised demolition


A strategic division within the Reeves' group of companies, Vawn Engineering's core competencies lie in component manufacture covering fabrication, machining and sheet metal, the mining industry.


Our concrete installation is unparalleled as we have the advantage of offering shed installation, structural fabrication, grouting and demolition.

Rail repairs in the Steel industry

Reeves Industrial work closely with its clients to ensure the full scope of project requirements are met in a timely, safe, efficient manner.

We provide repair, reinstallation and replacement of any and all rail throughout industrial sites.

For a free site inspection and quote on your rail work contact Reeves Industrial.

Why Choose Us?

Vawn Engineering Safety Award Finalist

Vawn Engineering has won recognition for its safety initiative at the 2013 Arrium One Steel Excellence Awards.

The development of a new Snorkel Exchange Frame that removes many of the manual handling and posture issues commonly associated with repairing snorkels was runner-up in the Safety Contractor Initiative Award category.

Developed by Vawn Engineering team member Dean Spriggs, this invention enables adjustments for multiple angles and heights to ensure workers can perform their tasks both safely and comfortably.

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