1. Concrete crash barriers for Bankstown Airport carpark

    Concrete crash barriers for Bankstown Airport carpark
    Concrete Crash Barriers near Bankstown Airport DELTABLOC JERSEY BARRIERS Project: Bankstown Airport Carpark Project Details: System Used: Deltabloc DB80 crash barriers and end tapers Time period: October 2020 THE PROJECT Bankstown Airport’s 2019 draft master plan proposes that the major Western Sydney Airport that is soon to be built nearby would have significant impact on Bankstown’s aviation operations in the...
  2. VicRoads Approved Barriers

    VicRoads Approved Barriers
    VicRoads Approved Plastic Road Barriers Make sure your barrier is approved for road use in Victoria For contractors working on road projects in Victoria, it's critical to ensure your team are protected from potential vehicle hazards whilst you’re working in the road corridor. Working alongside moving traffic is always a high-risk activity and therefore, it’s important to make sure your...
  3. RMS Approved Temporary Barriers: Concrete and Plastic

    RMS Approved Temporary Barriers: Concrete and Plastic
    RMS Approved Temporary Barriers Compliance is critical when working on NSW road projects, and that extends to your safety barriers as well.  It’s important to ensure that the crash barriers you buy are right for the job, so if you’re not sure which is which, or what barriers are accepted by RMS, give Fortress Fencing a call.  Which temporary barriers...
  4. Concrete Barriers: Frequently Asked Questions

    Concrete Barriers: Frequently Asked Questions
    Temporary concrete barrier FAQ’S As a leading supplier of longitudinal concrete barriers, our team often gets asked a lot of questions about them. From approvals and specifications to weighing up the benefits of buying over hiring – our customers in the civil, construction, infrastructure and roadwork sectors turn to Fortress Fencing to answer any questions about concrete barriers. Our barrier...
  5. Armorzone MASH Temporary Traffic Barriers for Sydney work sites

    Armorzone MASH Temporary Traffic Barriers for Sydney work sites
    Armorzone MASH Temporary Traffic Barriers for Sydney road work sites Working alongside fast-moving traffic is always a high-risk activity. However, often it can’t be avoided when you are working on road work projects in the city. Even on smaller or shorter duration roadwork projects, safety is a key consideration that mustn’t be overlooked. Whilst contractors across Sydney typically understand the...
  6. Is it better to buy or hire water filled barriers?

    Is it better to buy or hire water filled barriers?
    Should you buy or hire water filled barriers? There are a lot of waterfilled barriers on the market in Australia. They generally all serve the same purpose - creating a barricade - but some are specifically designed to protect people from fast traffic, and some are simply used for pedestrian delineation.  Once you’ve determined what you’re going to be using...
  7. Serious freight savings for John Holland Seymour Whyte

    Serious freight savings for John Holland Seymour Whyte
    How out of the box thinking resulted in a $250,000 freight saving for the Bruce Highway project When contractors working on the Bruce Highway Duplication near Cairns required concrete crash barriers, local supply was a problem.With no local supplier available to source and ship the barriers to site, freight was looking to be a huge expense.By applying some out-of-the-box thinking...
  8. Lo-Ro Water Filled Barriers for WestConnex

    Lo-Ro Water Filled Barriers for WestConnex
    Lo-Ro Water Barriers making Westconnex safer Lo-Ro Water Filled Barriers Project: Westconnex Rozelle Interchange Project Details: System used: Lo-Ro Water Barriers Time Period: mid 2020 Customer: CPBJHJV Install Length: 200 metres THE PROJECT WestConnex is Australia’s largest road infrastructure project aimed at easing congestion and connecting communities across Sydney. Consisting of a 33km traffic-light-free motorway network, it is made up...
  9. Concrete Road Barriers at Hoppers Crossing, Victoria

    Concrete Road Barriers at Hoppers Crossing, Victoria
    Western Program Alliance use Jersey Barriers in Hoppers Crossing CONCRETE BARRIERS Project: Level Crossing Removal Project Project Details: System used: DB80 concrete barriers with SLED end treatment Location: Hoppers Crossing, Victoria Time period: Mid 2020 Product Specifications THE PROJECT The Western Program Alliance is working on removing the level crossing at Old Geelong Road, Hoppers Crossing. In its place, a...
  10. The 4 types of fencing your construction site needs

    The 4 types of fencing your construction site needs
    The 4 Essential Types of Fencing for your Construction Site Fencing off areas and using barriers to make safe zones is a key part of any construction site set up. Different types of fencing and barriers can be used to create walkways, cordon off areas, create better security and ensure safety for workers and pedestrians. Depending on the area and...

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