Case Study Insights – How Our Products Made A Difference

Our focus is on providing solutions that enhance safety, security, and efficiency across a broad spectrum of industries and events. We invite you to explore these case studies, each demonstrating our commitment to meeting the unique requirements of diverse projects with precision and excellence.

Each case study exemplifies our dedication to excellence, showcasing our commitment to high-quality, dependable, and versatile temporary fencing solutions. We take great pride in our contribution to the success of these varied initiatives and are enthusiastic about continuing to offer our expertise in future projects.

Create Work Site Parking Areas with Plastic Water Filled Barriers

John Holland and the North West Program Alliance are delivering the $542 million Bell to Moreland contract. Part of Melbourne’s major Level Crossing Removal Project, this package of works involves the removal of four level crossings on the Upfield line, and the construction of two new stations at Coburg and Moreland.

Trafix Waterfilled Barriers in Melbourne

Fortress Fencing has been supplying the West Gate Tunnel Project with consumables, barriers and temporary fencing throughout the life of the project, including the Trafix water filled barriers.

Here in the West Gate Tunnel’s West Zone, hundreds of water filled barriers are being utilized around the worksite to direct traffic along access roads and demarcate exclusion zones.

Melbourne Temporary Fencing: West Gate Tunnel

Melbourne’s West Gate Tunnel is delivering an alternative to Melbourne’s busy West Gate Bridge. The project is a partnership between the Victorian Government and Transurban, and is being built by CPB Contractors and John Holland in a joint venture (CPBJH JV).

Temporary Fence Panels for Windsor Bridge Replacement

Due to the inability of the original bridge to manage this volume of traffic and its age, RMS has engaged Georgiou Group to build a replacement bridge featuring two lanes southbound and one northbound.

An affordable temporary fence was required and Fortress Fencing was able to assist.

West Gate Tunnel uses Deltabloc with Anti-Gawk Screens

The West Gate Tunnel project is a partnership between the Victorian Government and Transurban and is being built by a joint venture comprising CPB Contractors and John Holland (CPBJH JV).

The Deltabloc DB80 concrete barrier was the ideal solution for CPBJH JV.

Crowd Control Barriers for Parramatta Raceway

Parramatta Raceway needed a flexible and simple way to manage crowds at their ticket booths.

Parramatta Speedway used a series of Fortress Fencing galvanized steel crowd control barriers to channel visitors towards the ticket booths in an orderly manner.

Security Fencing for Lake Tekapo Power Scheme

The 190MW Tekapo hydro power scheme in New Zealand’s South Island consists of two power stations in neighboring lakes.

Fortress Fencing was able to supply a quantity of security fencing to cordon off the site works area and close the existing footpath / cycleway.

Trafix Water Filled Barriers for Eastern Creek development

Roberts Road Data Centre is set to bring over 120MW of data capacity housed in 42,000sqm of warehouse space at Eastern Creek Business Park.

Fortress Fencing supplied 60 Trafix water filled barriers to the contractor when the initial stages of the project began. The Trafix barrier provided a convenient and flexible fencing solution.

Orange Crowd Control Barriers for Westconnex Rozelle Interchange

Construction of the Westconnex M4-M5 Link is underway with contractors John Holland and CPB Contractors working on Stage 2 of the project. This encompasses the Rozelle Interchange and Iron Cove Link.

Fortress Fencing supplied a large quantity of orange crowd control barriers for workers to mark out safe walkways and thoroughfares.