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The City of Norwood, Payneham and St Peters, in South Australia, had three low level shared-use crossings along the Torrens River that were regularly underwater due to flash flooding and as a result the timber decking badly needed replacing.

The council needed a robust product that could weather the conditions and wouldn't rot or be affected by the marine environment.

Enduroplank™ decking was chosen and installed over existing steel beams by Replas Diamond Club member Punch. Replas also supplied new joists, bearers and capping for the bridges. As the bridges are regularly wet and are frequented by cyclists, the council chose to apply Replas Sand Coating which greatly increases the slip-resistance of the surface.

Neighbouring council the Town of Walkerville was so impressed with the finished structures that they are upgrading a nearby boardwalk with Enduroplank™ to match with the new bridges.

Cocos Islands is a territory of Australia, located in the Indian Ocean, southwest of Christmas Island. In the early months of the year cyclones can occur. In these harsh conditions the timber on a local jetty wasn’t lasting. Replacing the timber with recycled-plastic Enduroplank™ has produced a stunning result that will withstand the exposed environment without any problems.

Due to the fact that Enduroplank™ is extremely low maintenance, Launceston City Council, in Tasmania, chose the recycled-plastic decking to complete a new bridge in Youngtown.

Wagners CFT and sub-contractor BridgePro assembled and installed the bridge which features a composite fibre sub-surface. Installation was hassle free and the bridge will now provide a long-lasting and maintenance-free structure.

        

 

Replas recently produced and installed a series of Enduroplank™ decking boards to recognise the citizens of the year for the City of Frankston in Victoria.

Peter Patterson, from Replas, and Young Citizen of the Year, Gabrielle Condello, braved the rain to inspect the recycled-plastic boards.

Replas Diamond Club member, Warrandale Industries, were engaged by Murrindindi Shire Council in Victoria, to design and construct a link ramp from Marysville Primary School to Gallipoli Park. Warradale’s in-house team completed the design making use of Enduroplank™ decking for its environmental benefit and slip resistance rating. The switch back ramp now provides direct access for students to access the Gallipoli Park facilities.