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Approximately 300 panels of Fortress 2000 Series temporary fencing were installed to create a safe walkway for pedestrians, block open trenches, and maintain a set exclusion zone around concrete barriers.
Concrete barriers are widely used on Australian roads. They reduce the risk of an out of control vehicle leaving the road or crossing the midline into oncoming traffic.
racing is an essential part of a sturdy temporary fencing system. Temporary fence bracing provides reinforcement and therefore extra support to long straight tracts of temporary fence. Additionally, it ensures fences are less likely to be hampered by wind and weather. It also provides a counterweight support for fences covered in banner mesh or shadecloth.
Our customer Next Living was undertaking a construction and refurbishment project at Western Sydney’s Rooty Hill RSL Club. A host of interior work was completed whilst the club continued to operate. In addition, Next Living began work on a new multi-level car park that would significantly expand the parking space at the site.
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Recently Fortress Fencing has supplied our RMS Approved Delta-bloc Concrete Road Barriers to the Thiess Gasworks Remediation Project at Macdonaldtown. Having worked with this project on a hire vs buy comparison the team at Thiess saw significant advantage in the fixed cost of purchase rather than the unknowns of hire.
Historic Sydney University was undergoing some minor works which made it necessary to excavate a small area of the lawn.
With more than 90 per cent of the daily through-Sydney commuter trips being undertaken on foot, opening up a new walkable corridor is a boon for CBD workers and visitors.
Choosing a water filled barrier ultimately comes down to the posted speed limit on the road you’re working on. All water filled barriers used on Australian roads need to have a MASH rating to ensure that in the event of an accident or impact from a vehicle, the barrier will actually perform as expected.
A MASH TL-2 Rated barrier – the Armorzone, for example – can be used in areas with a posted speed limit of up to 70km/hr.