Steel works!

Recycled plastic Enduroplank™ was chosen as the perfect decking material to complete the Wakehurst Parkway Pedestrian Bridge at Elanora Heights in NSW. Replas Pro installer, Steelworks Engineering, fabricated and installed the bridge which provides an attractive and safe pathway for pedestrians and cyclists. Made from recycled plastics that would have otherwise gone to landfill, the [...]

Get a grip

Building paths and boardwalks in steep locations can present many challenges not least is the need to ensure the walkway provides a safe, slip resistant surface. Steven Rawson from SR Engineering was asked to design a floating deck for the ALDI store in Scoresby, Vic, that would not only meet the Green Star approval, but [...]

Safety for all road and shared path users

Buyers of Replas profiles use them for all manner of different purposes, from furniture seat slats to garden edging. These recycled plastic profiles are durable, hard-wearing and low-maintenance products that shout out sustainability. Several years ago the Boroondara City Council, Victoria placed Replas profiles on the pathway side of a road barrier to protect cyclists [...]

Decking out the foreshore for bicycle users

When replacing a timber deck at Brighton-Le-Sands, NSW, Rockdale City Council used recycled plastic Enduroplank™. The deck area is a convenient place for cyclists to park their bikes while taking a dip in the Botany Bay surf, or doing a bit of plane spotting from the foreshore just across from Sydney International Airport. Durable Enduroplank™ [...]

Lightening the load

An upgrade to Clive Bridge in New Zealand has cut costs for the council and turned a narrow hazardous footpath into a safer walkway. Using concrete to widen the path would have greatly increased the weight loading on the bridge so the council looked at various alternative materials. Tony Mills, Traffic Engineer, Hastings District Council, NZ said, [...]

Take a walk on the sustainable side

The Redlands Cycling & Pedestrian Strategy (2016) is well underway with the construction of a dual-use walkway at Hilliard’s Creek crossing in the South East Queensland suburb of Ormiston nearing completion. Constructed collaboratively by Replas Diamond Club Members Shapescapes and Designer Decks, the walkway will provide local residents with an environmentally sustainable crossing. Due for [...]

Logan City on Track

Logan City Council, in Queensland, chose Replas Trackmarker Signs to point the way to pedestrians and cyclists in Crestmead Park. Trackmarker signs are ideal to highlight the features of an area. Available in a number of sizes and colours they offer the advantage that both sides of the sign may be utilised. Moulded holes, in [...]

Which way?

Deciding which way to go is no longer an issue for pedestrians and cyclists at Middle Park, in Boronia Heights Queensland. Interface Landscapes installed these hard wearing Replas Trackmarker signs and like all Replas signage they will provide a long-lasting and low-maintenance solution for Logan City Council.

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