Townsville Council completed Annandale Bridge with Endurodeck, recycled plastic profiles for kick rails, and composite fibre railings. Endurodeck composite boards are a long lasting, low maintenance alternative to traditional materials used for outdoor decking. Endurodeck’s deep wood-grain pattern will never need sanding, staining or painting. Endurodeck is not only scratch and fade resistant, will not [...]
The entrance footpath to Overport Park in Frankston City Council has been designed and installed with recycled plastic Enduroplank™ decking and profiles as kick rails. This floating path allows residents and visitors in the area a safe, durable entryway around the tree roots just outside the park. Enduroplank™ is a sturdy, long lasting and virtually [...]
The Gippsland Ports in regional Victoria are home to recycled plastic decking, Enduroplank™, and large profiles at Marlo Jetty. This jetty deck installation and kick rails have been down for many years and has no corroded from the salt water environment. Recycled plastic materials are the ideal, fit for purpose products for East Gippsland Shire [...]
Scott Herbert, Sales Manager at Replas in Western Australia, examines the new Henrietta Rocks Beach access on Rottnest Island. Completed in March 2013, boardwalk was constructed using composite fibre and Replas capping and kick rails and is looking rock solid.
There’s nothing we like more than heading down to our favourite beach to soak up some summer sun. Clovelly Beach, NSW, is a small and tranquil beach, popular with family groups and the elderly. When its old timber disabled ramp was in need of repair, Randwick City Council chose to use recycled-plastic materials to refurbish [...]
South Australia’s City of Unley is very proud of its beautiful tree lined streets, but the same tress that breathe life into the city are also responsible for breaking up the footpaths, causing safety issues. The council continually had to repair the footpath, due to tree roots bursting through the bitumen. Because of the significance [...]
When developing the Spellbound ‘Spirit Cave' site in Waitomo, New Zealand, tour operators Pete and Libby Chandler searched for a boardwalk product that would stand up to the cave’s constant wet conditions. They settled on Replas Enduroplank™ decking, as Pete was influenced by its functionality and cost effectiveness as well as the environmentally-friendly message that [...]
This recycled plastic board walk will outlast timber by many years and give trouble free service. No rotting splintering or warping means virtually no maintenance. Mossman Gorge in North Queensland. Also at Mossman Gorge are kick rails from recycled plastic profiles from Replas.