July 27th, 2020
ROADWORK UPDATE - Please be advised that, due to Parramatta Light Rail development being conducted in and around Dunlop street, road conditions have changed near our premises. Access is available from O'Connell Street heading South only (from Northmead to Parramatta), with new traffic lights installed. Access from Church Street is also only available heading South (from Northmead to Parramatta). It is now possible to exit Dunlop Street onto O'Connell heading South only (toward Parramatta), and left onto Church Street, heading North toward Northmead. Please note that it is NOT possible to turn right into Dunlop Street from O'Connell (heading North), nor is it possible to turn left into Dunlop from Church street, heading North. For further information and updated traffic conditions, please contact Parramatta City council.
COVID-19 PANDEMIC ADJUSTMENTS - For the forseeable future, Lee Bros. Engineering will remain open for business during our normal trading hours of 8am-4:30pm Mon-Fri, however, we will be observing all government initiatives to prevent the further spread of COVID-19. As a result, and in an attempt to effect social distancing, we will be limiting the number of customers in the store to TWO at any given time. Additional customers will kindly be asked to wait by our front door until space is available within. We thank you for your patience and your cooperation during this difficult period, and we look forward to returning to normal operation once this unfortunate episode has been successfully managed.
NEW ITEMS IN STORE - A new section titled "New Stock" has been added to our Products section, showing photographs of our newly-created display boards. All items shown are kept in stock, and the displays themselves may be viewed in-store above the sales counter. This section will be updated and expanded appropriately as new products are made available.
- A new section has been added to the website, and may be found in the menu to the left under the heading "Charts & Tables". This latest addition will act as a resource for those seeking information regarding technical specifications of an engineering nature, including tapping and drilling combinations, average tensile ratings of common bolts, conversion equations, and so forth. We hope this addition will serve our customers in the selection and application of our products, but also assist with their own engineering projects. Please note that work on this section has just begun, and is an on-going endeavour.
Before using the information provided, it is important that the user understands the associated limitations provided at the top of this new section, and that any data presented is not guaranteed to be complete, or accurate. This resource is intended to be a handy reference for those who are interested, but should not be considered professional advice. Updates will be posted here as new charts and tables are uploaded.