1. What to look for in a crowd control fence

    What to look for in a crowd control fence

    What to look for in a crowd control fence Crowd control fences or barriers are a simple, cheap and effective solution for keeping people in designated areas and out of harm's way. They are great for worksite safety, changed pedestrian routes during road works, event management and creating temporary pathways. Although they are often used as a temporary solution and...
  2. Fencing tips to immediately improve your site safety

    Fencing tips to immediately improve your site safety

    The one habit that will immediately improve your site safety Construction and civil professionals use temporary fencing on all types of jobs. From small residential builds to huge infrastructure projects, temporary fencing is an important part of running a safe and compliant site. Most contractors know how to install temporary fencing – grab the panels, clamp them together with couplers...
  3. Concrete road barriers for Victorian rail project

    Concrete road barriers for Victorian rail project

    Delta Bloc Concrete Barriers, Werribee Level Crossing Removal Project Details: Project: Level Crossing Removal Project - Werribee Customer: Western Program Alliance System used: Deltabloc DB80 Concrete road barriers THE PROJECT Work is ramping up in Werribee as the Western Program Alliance continues with making level crossings a thing of the past. This $113.8 million project, part of the Level Crossing...
  4. 3 types of fencing for construction professionals

    3 types of fencing for construction professionals

    3 types of fencing for construction professionals Temporary fencing is widely used on construction, building and infrastructure work sites, and wherever privacy and security is needed. But ‘temporary fencing’ can mean a few different things. When it comes to getting the right product for the job, it’s important to understand the 3 different types of temporary fencing. Here are the...
  5. Create Work Site Parking Areas with Plastic Water Filled Barriers

    Create Work Site Parking Areas with Plastic Water Filled Barriers

    Plastic water filled barriers for Melbourne work zone parking lots TRAFIX 2000 PLASTIC WATER BARRIERS Project: Level Crossing Removal Project (Bell to Moreland) Project Details: System used: Trafix water filled barriers Time Period: May 2020 Customer: North West Program Alliance Quantity supplied: 40 barriers THE PROJECT John Holland and the North West Program Alliance are delivering the $542 million Bell to...
  6. Regulations for Australian temporary fencing

    Regulations for Australian temporary fencing

    Australian temporary fencing rules and regulations Temporary fencing is everywhere on construction sites throughout Australia. It restricts access to unauthorized personnel, helps to secure and contain equipment and building materials, and can help to prevent construction activities from impacting on the surrounding area. It also helps to prevent rubbish, debris and lightweight material like plastic from escaping the work site...
  7. Concrete Barriers Increase Safety at Sydney Waste Facility

    Concrete Barriers Increase Safety at Sydney Waste Facility

    Concrete Safety Barriers for Wetherill Park Waste Facility DB80 Concrete Safety Barriers Project: Waste Facility Expansion Project Details: System used: DB80 Precast Concrete Safety Barriers Time Period: Early 2020 Customer: Cornerstone Civil for Suez Wetherill Park Quantity: 68 metres of barriers THE PROJECT Suez Resource Recovery Facility in Sydney’s Wetherill Park has recently been remodelled, more than doubling its capacity...
  8. Temporary Fencing for Penrith's New Riverside Precinct

    Temporary Fencing for Penrith's New Riverside Precinct

    Temporary Fencing for Penrith Construction Project 2000 SERIES TEMPORARY FENCING Project: New Lifestyle Development Project Details: System used: 2000 Series temporary fence panels Time Period: April 2020 Customer: Peak Scaffolding Solutions Quantity: Approximately 120 metres THE PROJECT Penrith in Western Sydney has a new restaurant and lifestyle precinct situated along the popular Nepean River. The modern restaurant strip is gearing...
  9. Is it really cheaper to rent a fence?

    Is it really cheaper to rent a fence?

    The hidden costs of temporary fencing hire: Is it really cheaper to rent a fence? At first glance it can seem cheaper to rent a fence for your building site. Why would you want to buy a fence? You only need it for a few months. It would be ‘easier’ to just rent a fence… or would it? Let’s take...
  10. Temporary Construction Fencing for Brisbane Work Sites

    Temporary Construction Fencing for Brisbane Work Sites

    Temporary construction fencing regulations for Brisbane sites For Brisbane contractors that are working on construction projects, renovations, demolition or extensions, it's critical to have a secure perimeter fence around your work site. Not only does this vastly increase the safety and security of the site itself, but it ensures you comply with WorkCover Queensland’s Workplace Health and Safety Regulations. In...

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