Jackson's Landscapes in regional New South Wales, Tamworth, installed 145 mm bollards around Powerhouse Park on Carthage Street. The new Replas Pro installers included robust recycled plastic bollards from Replas that will outlast alternative material for many years. 145 mm bollards will not rot, split or crack and require little maintenance from the council. Bollards [...]
Elite Roads, installers for Frankston City Council, have installed 145 mm black bollards around Seaford North Carpark. The robust 145 mm bollard comprises a recycled plastic pyramid shaped top and is enhanced with reflectors for pedestrians and vehicles to deter boundaries. Hollow to reduce it's weight, Replas bollards are easier to handle and install. Their [...]
Optus Stadium in Perth, Western Australia has said 'Yes' to Replas recycled plastic bollards. Over 300 black 145 mm black bollards surround the newest multi sport venue in Australia. The robust 145 mm bollard has a pyramid shaped top design, an ideal solution wherever rigid barriers are required to define boundaries or deter vehicles and [...]
Inverell Shire Council in Queensland is currently working through a 'town centre renewal plan' to enhance the town centre and make it more attractive to visitors. One small addition has been the installation of several 145 mm square brown bollards made from Replas recycled plastic material. These bollards were placed outside an electrical store to [...]
8 years after being installed, the Replas recycled plastic 145 mm square bollards have survived all types of weather conditions. Randwick Council, in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, decided to have a unique style of bollard. A stainless steel cap was designed and placed on top of the bollard. Collar routs have been placed on [...]
Back in 2008, Swan Hill Rural City Council installed a large number of Replas 145 mm bollards at the well-known Lake Boga. This is a popular place for visitors to the area, with the water-sport attractions of the lake itself and the flying boat museum on the Murray Valley Highway. Eight years on and the [...]
It is more than four years now wince Monash City Council, Victoria installed a large purchase of Replas 145 mm black square bollards at Glen Waverley Reserve. And the recycled plastic products still look like they were delivered last week. The bollards have proved the perfect solution in all respects - preventing cars from parking [...]
With the price of timber these days, wooden bollards are expensive; $100.00 each and more. And it’s not just a matter of the initial outlay. It doesn’t take long before there is splitting, or signs of rot, or the white ants have started to take up residence. Before long the call goes out for replacements. [...]
Kingston City Council have begun using Replas 145 mm square bollards around their parks and reserves. Not only are they durable and require minimal maintenance, they are environmentally friendly and wait there's more - they look awesome. Compared to the usual timber alternative that traditional councils use, these bollards will save the council and their ratepayers [...]
During a recent client visit to Warren, NSW with sample trailer in tow, Replas product manager Bert Meyer made a presentation to Shire Council staff. Standing left to right with some of our recycled plastic products, Economic Development Officer Sarah Derrett, Project and Asset Engineer Dan Noble and Trainee Engineer Bryce Hammond. They were all [...]
To define a road boundary Gladstone Port Authority in Queensland were looking for a product that was functional while also being sustainable. Replas brown 145 mm bollards with red and white reflectors proved the perfect choice to create a sturdy and durable border to the road.
South Maroubra beach, in NSW, is a popular surfing spot. Randwick Council recently installed 145 mm bollards from Replas along the beach access near the Surf Club to help protect the vegetation surrounding the pathways. Recycled plastic is perfect in this coastal area as it is resistant to salt water and requires minimal maintenance. According [...]
The Old Telegraph Station at Alice Springs is a major tourist attraction in the town. Replas 145 mm bollards have been used extensively to line the roadways and define car parks in the vicinity of the Telegraph Station.
When lightweight bollards were installed at Southend in South Australia they continually suffered damage from vandals. After searching for a better solution, Wattle Rangers Council chose to install several 145 mm bollards from Replas. Installed for more than a year, they not only still look good, but have also proved too tough for vandals to [...]