The workshop structure supports up to 34 cranes of various types and arrangements, including 6 twin hoist gantry cranes and a single twin hoist travelling monorail. A multi-bay blast/paint booth facility is incorporated into the main workshop space. The blast/paint booths are serviced by the twin hoist travelling monorail, that can transfer manufactured items between grit/sand blasting and painting booths, without needing to re-suspend the item.

The workshop also includes 20 column mounted swinging jib cranes with 8m reach, to provide lifts for smaller manufacturing processes around the workshop. The workshop includes racking storage areas for inwards raw goods/parts, a large scale washdown/testing area, dedicated container loading docks for outwards goods, and covered canopy areas on the northern side.

The attached office area incorporates a cafeteria, generous wash up and locker room areas for workshop staff, a gymnasium, an electrical control-board manufacturing workroom (serviced by a monorail into the main workshop), a separate precision machine shop (serviced by a separate gantry crane), plus laboratory and dedicated data cabinet spaces.

The workshop and office structures feature precast concrete wall panels with structural steel roof and bracing/portal structures. The ground floor slab to the workshop is largely post-tensioned and joint free.