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Launceston City Council bridges the gap

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.

        

 

Young Citizen of the Year hits the boards

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.

Marysville Primary School boardwalk.

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.

Top performer at Parker Point

A toiled block at Parker Point on Rottnest Island was completed in 2011 using Replas Enduroplank™ decking. The recycled-plastic boards are performing well in this exposed area and look just as good as when they were installed.

Take a walk on the green side

Park rangers at Green Island are all smiles at the new boardwalk made from recycled-plastic Enduroplank.

Nambucca makes tracks

The Nambucca Shire Council in NSW, is working on a project to stabilise beach access ways which are eroding from foot traffic and wind & wave action.

Generation Green Environmental Services was contracted by the Council to install Replas Enduroplank as part of this project. Due to erosion, an underlay was used to stabilise the sand prior to installing the Enduroplank on top.

'These products worked very well together and were easy to install, our crew was able to finish one of the tracks in a single day.' Steve Dibben, Generation Green Environmental Services.

Josephine 'Falls' for Enduroplank

A viewing platform at Josephine Falls in Innisfail Far North Queensland, is attracting just as much attention as the stunning views it offers. The new deck is made from recycled-plastic Enduroplank and according to Ranger Les Jackson he is not only happy with the colour and how easy it was to install, but he is also pleased that it will last far longer than timber ever could in that environment.

Footy Club ramps up

Salisbury Council in South Australia needed to upgrade a ramp at the Ingle Farm Football Club to ensure it was compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act. Replas supplied and installed a composite fibre sub-structure with Enduroplank decking laid over the existing ramp. As it wasn't necessary to demolish the old ramp, costs were kept to a minimum and the new structure will provide years of virtually maintenance free use.

The ramp was installed by Diamond Club member Punch Manufacturing who were also able to assist with design and certification of the installation.

Ramp it up

A new ramp at Sandon Point Surf Life Saving Club, in Wollongong NSW, was constructed using recycled-plastic capping, Enduroplank™ decking and a composite fibre sub-structure. The ramp meets the Australian Standards for up to a two-tonne load rating and will be used for light vehicle traffic and small yacht trailers to access the beach along with other beach goers. 

Cave walkway has visitors spellbound

Visit the popular Spellbound Caves in Waitomo, New Zealand, and travel along a path made from Replas recycled-plastic Enduroplank™ as it weaves it’s way past glowworm colonies, piercing stalactites and constantly flowing water. So far, more than 80 000 pairs of feet have trod the boards, which are inert and impervious to the moisture that has a constant presence in the underground limestone landscape. Long-lasting and low-maintenance, non-slip Enduroplank has proven to be the ideal product in subterranean conditions and looks just as good today as when it came off the truck nearly a decade ago.