Fortress Fencing supplied John Holland CPB Ghella (JHCPBG) Joint Venture with 68 metres of Deltabloc DB80 Concrete Barriers to the coastline at the temporary retrieval site.
Fortress Fencing supplied Raland Construction with 25 metres of Trafix 2000 Waterfilled Barriers. This provided a safe barrier between pedestrians and traffic along the road.
Prime Construction required a perimeter fencing solution to secure the work zone. With a tight budget and critical schedule, the project needed a simple fencing solution that could be delivered within the necessary time frame.
A joint venture comprising CPB, Samsung and John Holland are constructing the Westconnex M4 East tunnels. The M4 tunnels will link Sydney’s west and southwest with the city, airport and port precinct in more than 30 kilometres of continuous motorway.
Construction giants Lipman are currently constructing a multi-deck car park at the Wenty Leagues Club, located in Western Sydney. The project is valued at $16 million and comprises a 6 level multi-deck car park, decorative perforated metal screen cladding to the carpark facade, as well as landscaping works once the build is complete.
Lend Lease has been contracted to deliver The Northern Road upgrade in Sydney’s West, substantially improving this heavily trafficked arterial route. The 2.5 year project included substantial lengths of road widening, and workers needed to erect temporary barriers along the residential strip. These would separate homeowners from the construction zone and demarcate temporary residents parking. Lend Lease opted to use over 700 Fortress Fencing crowd control barriers for this purpose.
The Skyview Apartments are set to be a collection of luxurious one, two and three bedroom apartments that will be built in the exciting and developing area of Castle Hill in Sydney.
Fortress Fencing supplied Sydney Metro with 264 metres of Trafix 2000 Waterfilled Barriers to the Marrickville and Chatswood dive sites. The water filled barriers provided a safe barricade to separate workers and moving traffic on site.