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DB80 Deltabloc Barriers for West Gate Tunnel

Victoria’s extensive West Gate Tunnel Project will deliver a vital alternative to the congested West Gate Bridge. It will provide a much needed second river crossing, quicker and safer journeys, and remove thousands of trucks from the city’s residential streets.

Low Deflection Concrete Barriers

Concrete jersey barriers are frequently used across Australia’s roads to prevent vehicles from crossing the midline or leaving the roadway. They do this by absorbing the impact of out of control vehicles and safely redirecting them along the length of the barrier in order to cause the least possible damage.

Trafix 2000 Water Filled Barriers, Parramatta NSW

Watpac is currently constructing two new schools – Arthur Phillip High and Parramatta Public. The project, valued at $187 million, is set to deliver a new high-rise high school for up to 2,000 students. Additionally, Parramatta Public School will have a new multi-storey building.

Temporary Fencing, Arakoon National Park NSW

National Parks and Wildlife Service staff identified that the concrete picnic shelter at Little Bay had become unsafe. The roof had partially collapsed and additionally, there was structural damage to the concrete. The brick and concrete block construction had sustained damage that had rendered it unsafe for public use.

Vinyl Hoarding Banners, Millers Point NSW

Fortress Fencing supplied WJD Properties with 72 square metres of Vinyl Hoarding Banners which were fitted to the Class B Hoarding located on the corner of Merriman Street and Bettington Street, Millers Point.

Fortress Sound Barrier Acoustic Curtains, Broken Hill

Fortress Fencing supplied John Holland Murphy Pipe Civil JV with 100 linear metres of Fortress Sound Barrier acoustic curtains. These were installed on temporary fencing around the site to reduce noise to the surrounding suburban area whilst trenches were excavated.

Crowd Control Barriers for WestConnex M4 East

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.