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.

Temporary crowd control fencing panels in Sydney’s CBD

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.

Fortress Temporary Fencing in Strathfield

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.

Water Filled Barriers for Gold Coast Airport

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.

Edge Fencing for Probuild’s Ed.Square Town Centre

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.

Fortress provides pool fencing for safety during construction

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.

Fortress Edge Protection at The Landmark St Leonards

Significant excavation and groundworks are currently being undertaken in readiness for construction to begin on The Landmark, a striking architecturally designed residential tower in St Leonards.

We supplied 30 XT Edge Protection panels and 31 matching posts plus fixings to this project.

Trafix Water Barriers for Construction Site Protection

Developers Fraser Property are working on a residential release at the Fairwater housing development near Blacktown in Sydney’s West.

The Trafix Water Barrier was identified as an ideal solution, as it was economical, lightweight and easy to move when empty, and is designed for use in carparks and worksites.

Acoustic curtains keep school students focused during construction

Reitsma Constructions specialises in construction in the education space, and as such has been awarded a contract at a Sydney school. 

Reitsma Constructions chose 35 Fortress Sound Barrier acoustic curtains to attenuate noise on site.

Constructed from layered noise-dampening materials, the panels form a tough, durable acoustic barrier that is extremely effective at attenuating noise.

Sydney Crowd Control Barriers at The Star Casino

Sydney’s landmark casino and entertainment precinct, The Star, is currently undergoing extensive renovations.

Fortress Fencing supplied 30 steel crowd control barriers for this project, which created easily recognisable off-limits areas whilst still maintaining a neat and professional street frontage.

Laing O’Rourke use Temporary Fencing in Melbourne

The Level Crossing Removal project will see the removal of 50 of Melbourne’s most dangerous level crossings by 2022, with 28 of these already removed.

Fortress Fencing has so far supplied 800 metres worth of temporary fencing in Melbourne to the Malvern and Kooyong sites.