Replas Pro SR Engineering recently installed a recycled plastic decking swale bridge for Moonee Valley City Council in Victoria. The Enduroplank™ structure, with composite fibre and recycled plastic profile kick rails, gives visitors of Fairbairn Park a less muddy route from the car park to the field to the multi purpose pavilion. Recycled plastic Enduroplank™ [...]
The Dromana Foreshore carp park down the Morning Peninsula in Victoria is home to several 125 mm recycled plastic bollards from Replas. The robust 125 mm bollard has a pyramid shaped-top, an ideal solution wherever rigid barriers are required to define boundaries or deter vehicles and pedestrians like at Dromana Foreshore. For easy handling, the [...]
Glenelg Shire Council, in Victoria, have installed recycled plastic Brolga Bollards in Portland at the boat ramp and car park area. Named after the official bird emblem of Queensland, the Brolga Bollard is tall and slender. With an elegant profile and is equally at home in coastal or wetland areas. The unique double wall construction [...]
Coomera Waters is an exclusive residential community on the banks of the Coomera River in Queensland. Coomera Waters Management have previous installations with recycled plastic products from Replas, which they have installed again using flat top and Brolga bollards with plaques for their parks, car parks, and more around the area. Nicky Campbell from Coomera [...]
"The bollards and wheel stops were installed out at Serpentine Gorge, 100km west of Alice Springs on Namatjira Drive. The works was for the Parks and Wildlife Commission NT," explains Clint Thompson at Diggamen Civil in the Northern Territory. "They were upgrading an existing car park that had permapine (timber) posts, that had started to [...]
The Parks Contractor team in Bendigo needed an installation of bollards for many safety reasons around the area. The parks team, led by Colin Rosa, used 125 mm black bollards made from recycled plastic from Replas. With support from the council on recycled plastic bollards, they have many uses for them as the design lends [...]
Situated on the northern beaches of Sydney is Mona Vale Cemetery. Mona Vale has been a special and sacred place for families in this community since 1905 - with both burials and beautiful memorials. In order to keep Mona Vale Cemetery safe and prestigious for visitors, recycled plastic bollards have been installed in the car [...]
The Mount Cook Lookout is a hike that has a scenic backdrop of the beautiful Cooktown, Queensland. Rising at 431 m, the rain forest and woodlands is a view brought to hikers by Replas Enduroplank™. The job was designed and installed by the Queensland Rangers, apart of the Cook Shire Council. Hiking a steep 2k, this [...]
The homemaker centre at Shepparton, Victoria is a buzzing place where locals visit in big numbers to get ideas and buy products for their homes. To keep things orderly in the busy car park, traffic management includes the use of over 100 recycled plastic wheelstops. It’s been more than 12 years since Replas installed these [...]
In the historic town of Camden, NSW, recycled plastic products are used extensively as traffic controls in the car park attached to the local oval. At the entrance a large number of 100 mm x 100 mm bollards have been installed, while within the car park yellow Replas wheel stops are effective in preventing cars [...]
When it comes to using recycled plastic products, the small town of Cootamundra, NSW punches above its weight. The Cootamundra Shire Council has for some years been proactive in acquiring products from the Replas range. Stroll around the town and you will see rows of black 125mm bollards with reflectors at the oval, grey and [...]
When the committee of Axedale Golf Club just out of Bendigo in Victoria decided it was time to improve their car park, they chose Replas 125mm square bollards to help members put their cars in the right place. The club needed something more robust and more functional than the roadside marker posts they were using, [...]
Many years ago now, the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service installed Replas speed humps in the car park at Birdie Beach near Lake Macquarie. Like all Replas products made from recycled plastic diverted from landfill, they were recently inspected for wear and tear, and found to have survived intact and effective as traffic-calming devices. [...]
Liverpool City Council has upgraded their car park at Cantello reserve in Hammondville. Parking is now hassle free, thanks to their new 100mm x 100mm black bollards. The bollards feature reflectors which enhance the dedicated area and clearly separates the footpath from the parking area, ensuring safety for all. Every single robust bollard has saved [...]
The Big Rock is a famous petrol station, owned by Outdoor Education, a charity organisation which runs Bushcamps for Australian Youth. The Rock houses ‘The Pieman’, an award winning 24 hour pie shop and service station which brings many eager tourists to its doors. Originally built by the Leyland Brothers, Replas has joined the famous [...]
The banks of the Brisbane river recently received a make over to fit its beautiful surroundings. The Brisbane City Council has replaced the existing timber bollards with the new Brolga Bollard at the Colmslie beach reserve. The new bollards are a tougher, longer-lasting alternative to timber and clearly mark the boundaries of the reserve.
Looking for fencing that truly catches the eye? Replas recycled-plastic bollards are available with shining stainless steel caps, chain linkages and custom collar routing which can create an out-of-the-box feature. Why choose a run-of-the-mill, american dream traditional fence? Choose an incredibly modern and long-lasting option to frame the boundary of your chosen outdoor area. Randwick [...]
Replas' wheel stops have done it again. They've provided Marist Regional College in Burnie with an easily installed, cheaper alternative to concrete stops. This particular stop features a customised disabled sign proving its versatility for any chosen car park.
A recent visit to Coomba Falls in the South Burnett Region, Queensland, saw the introduction of Replas’ 100 millimetre square bollards to the car park. Having been installed to prevent cars parking too close to the start of the famous Replas Enduroplank™ staircase, these highly customisable bollards do nothing to take away the astounding beauty [...]
An apartment block in Randwick NSW, had a complete renovation transforming it from a tired old red brick building into a sleek modern design. To complete the look, recycled-plastic Tree Guards were chosen to protect the trees while Wheel Stops from Replas were used to protect the wall of a parking bay.
The Twelve Apostles car park, in Victoria, is now the site of some very innovative and sustainable bridge construction. Six timber footbridges have been transformed with the installation of recycled-plastic Enduroplank™ decking. The new bridges, which also feature a composite fibre sub-structure, are a perfect solution in this harsh coastal environment where timber rots quickly [...]
Victoria’s Boroondara Council recently installed Replas’ recycled-plastic wheel stops in a busy Ashburton car park. The wheel stops comply with the Australian Standard, and their sturdy but lightweight construction ensures they are simple and safe to install. Boroondara’s Coordinator of Road Related Asset Maintenance, William McGivern, is very pleased with the product and the council [...]