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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Temporary crowd control fencing is widely used on worksites, during roadworks and for controlling crowds at events. Workers often need to fence off no-go areas, drop-offs, uneven surfaces, or unfinished construction jobs, whilst still allowing some degree of pedestrian access.
Strathfield Municipal Council has engaged a contractor to supply and lay a new synthetic sports field at Sydney’s Strathfield Park.
Fortress Fencing supplied our strong yet lightweight temporary fencing to surround the site whilst the synthetic surface was being installed.
The domestic terminal at Queensland’s Coolangatta airport has taken advantage of the lightweight and versatile Trafix 2000 pedestrian barrier as a security and safety measure.
Fortress Fencing supplied over 300 Trafix pedestrian barriers to the airport for this purpose, increasing safety for patrons and at the same time eliminating a hazard for ground crew.
Probuild has been appointed to deliver stage one of Ed.Square Town Centre at Edmondson Park.
Fortress Fencing provided two solutions for Probuild: 435 high-vis crowd control barriers for the site walkways and pedestrian zones, and 630 panels of steel edge protection which was fixed to the edges of the multi-level towers.
Cumberland Council will invest $1 million in revitalising the Wentworthville Memorial Swimming Centre, delivering long overdue upgrades including a new 25-metre pool and splash pad.
The 2000 Series Anti-Climb Fencing from Fortress is lightweight, simple to install and move on site, and can be easily stored and transported when not in use.