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Bike Hoops – Security for inner city cyclists

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Bike Hoops – Security for inner city cyclists

Alternations have been made to the eastern Main Yarra Trail under both sides of the Swan Street Bridge (https://www.bicyclenetwork.com.au/newsroom/2018/10/05/swan-street-bridge-reopens-again/) through the suburbs of Richmond, Cremorne and Burnley in Melbourne. The bridge upgrade began back in March 2017 and was completed by mid-2018, however, minor adjustments and improvements to the trail have recently been made in the past few months. Pedestrians and cyclists (https://www.roadtraffic-technology.com/projects/swan-street-bridge-upgrade-melbourne/) will now find it e  ...read more

Carribean Business Park - Crystal-Clear Protection

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Carribean Business Park - Crystal-Clear Protection

Over the past week Australian Bollards has successfully installed brand new glass panels at the Caribbean Business Park in Scoresby. Tailoring to our client’s needs, Australian Bollards' range of transparent glass panels will keep you safe with a touch of class and also make it aesthetically pleasing on the eye as it can blend in with the surroundings. All of Australian Bollards' range of glass balustrades and handrails are manufactured in accordance with the current Australian Glass and Glazing Standards 1288 which were formed  ...read more

Caribbean Business Park - Looking Towards a Greener Horizon

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Caribbean Business Park - Looking Towards a Greener Horizon

In the last week Australian Bollards continued with another successful installation at the Caribbean Business Park. We have supplied and installed perforated balustrade panels and stainless-steel handrails which are compliant with the Australian handrail’s standard of AS1657. These high-grade 5005 H34 aluminium 3mm thick perforated panels have been powder coated to not only add an outer layer of colour, but also acts as an extra layer of protection from the outside elements. (http://www.australianhandrails.com.au/) Pow  ...read more

Attention, Passengers: Hawkstowe Station at Your Service

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Attention, Passengers: Hawkstowe Station at Your Service

With the Mernda Rail Extension now complete, over 8,000 commuters from Melbourne’s northern suburbs can now reach the CBD each day. Three new train stations built along the extension will provide passengers with easy access to work, school, shopping and entertainment around Melbourne’s CBD, Middle Gorge and Hawkstowe stations. NJM Group and Australian Handrails are glad to have worked alongside John Holland on the government’s $2.4 billion Level Crossing Removal project which finished in August this year. Our team of experienced installers cu  ...read more

Ball Fence Safety Barriers

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Ball Fence Safety Barriers

Australian Bollards provides easy to install Ball Fence barriers and handrails for indoors and outdoors, commercial and civil installations. They can act as a barrier between vehicles and pedestrians, between floor staff and forklifts, cyclists and motorists, as handrails down staircases and on bridges, factories, loading areas and warehouses. They act as a tubular handrail and stanchion system and can be transported and installed in short notice to provide a level of security that is required by government and security standards (AS1657). Our galvanised steel Monowills Safety H  ...read more

Upgrades to Melbourne’s Busiest Tram Corridor

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Upgrades to Melbourne’s Busiest Tram Corridor

The tram corridor on St Kilda Road and Swanston Street is one of the busiest in the world. It’s also Melbourne’s most crowded and a notorious stop for commuters. The proposed new interchange, named ANZAC Station, will include what the City of Melbourne has called a “super stop”, which will reduce pressure on vehicles, trams and trains by allowing access via four entry points to bike and pedestrian paths, tram stops and a train station, all in the one place. NJM Group supports City of Melbourne taking positive steps towards a cleane  ...read more

Our Automatic Future

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Our Automatic Future

Trackless trams are just another technological jump for Australia to take in the search for safety and efficiency. They’ve been successfully tested in China and transport analyst professor Peter Newman has already spoken quite favourably regarding implementation of the concept in Australia. The trams would operate on ‘virtual tracks’ signalled by painted sensors along the road; a change which would be most welcome to replace outdated metal rails. Estimates suggest that it could cost around five million dollars per kilometre. As expensive as it may s  ...read more

Stunning Stanchions at Blackburn Station

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Stunning Stanchions at Blackburn Station

NJM Group has a long-standing history with developing Melbourne’s rail network dating back to the construction of the city loop in 1971. We have done work at Bentleigh, (http://www.australianbollards.com.au/blog/all-aboard-for-bentleigh-station-project) Cardinia (http://www.australianbollards.com.au/blog/cardinia-stations-illuminating-upgrade), Lynbrook, Nunawading, Springvale and Laverton North train stations and we continue to make stations safer, more efficient, and more beautiful with the latest project being at Blackburn station. The works comes as part of the Leve  ...read more

Superior Trident bollard system ready to protect

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Superior Trident bollard system ready to protect

Premium protection calls for premium products, which are durable, strong and resilient. In high traffic scenarios, where protection of people, assets and buildings is our main goal, high impact resistant and subsurface mounted bollards provide a secure protective environment. The market is in demand for a stable protection solution, especially now that the Omni stop bollard has been withdrawn from the market place. Tram stop is a particularly sensitive location. According to Yarra Trams, over 3.5 million of passengers use the tram service in Melbourne every week. Weeke  ...read more

Bentleigh Station to reopen

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Bentleigh Station to reopen

After several months enduring a complete transformation, Bentleigh Station will officially reopen on Monday August 29. Australian Handrails were one of many companies that spent significant time and resources on the revamp, installing an assortment of architectural metal works. Handrails, balustrades and perforated panels were applied during the project, with similar renovations taking place at fellow Frankston line stations Ormond and McKinnon as part of the Andrews State Government’s Level Crossing Removal (http://levelcrossings.vic.gov.au/) scheme. It has been a len  ...read more







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