APS Drainage and Civil have installed the first Polyrok concrete footpath for Frankston City Council in Seaford, VIC. Working closely with Frankston Sand and Soil, General Manager for APS, Amy Ridgway, looks forward to providing sustainable outcomes in construction and concrete footpaths. "We are really excited to be able to pour a sustainable aggregate in [...]
Frankston Sand & Soil Mix and Supply Australia’s First Council Installation of Polyrok in Seaford, VIC
Frankston Sand and Soil have mixed and supplied the first Polyrok concrete footpath installation for Frankston City Council in Seaford, VIC. Working closely with APS Civil, Sales Manager for Frankston Sand and Soil, Ben Dabaco, was excited to use a recycled product. "We have been able to use recycled water in our concrete, and now [...]
Belvedere Bowls Club in Seaford, Victoria have installed recycled plastic Kingfisher seats from Replas around their facility. Bowls Clubs all over Australia are choosing recycled plastic furniture, bollards and traffic control items to revamp their clubs. Kingfisher seats are elegant, featuring a 40 mm slat to provide maximum comfort. Recycled plastic furniture is highly durable, resistant [...]
Mika Timber, a stockist for Replas in Carrum Downs Victoria, sold 184 150 mm round bollards to a won tender in Frankston City Council. The installation was completed by Langbourne Fencing and Gates in Seaford Wetlands where the 150 mm round bollard were modified to use as bollard fencing with galvanised piping. The 150 mm [...]
Urban Development Landscapes Group, known as UDL Group, have recently installed a new recycled plastic picket fence around Seaford North Reserve for Frankston City Council in Victoria. Project Manager, Brendan Lyons, was pleasantly "surprised by the weight of the panels and how sturdy and durable they feel." Brendan went on to say, "the end result [...]
At Belvedere Reserve in Seaford, Victoria, Frankston City Council has made use of black recycled plastic 150 mm bollards with galvanized posts to create attractive post and rail fencing along the roadside. The fence stretches hundreds of meters around the reserve, its clean lines presenting a subtle yet strong visual barrier between park land and [...]
Frankston City Council has recently completed a running track around the St Kilda Football team’s training facility in Seaford. Marking the way are some Replas Brolga Flat top Bollards, which provide perfect totem signage, due to their 200 x 100 mm dimensions.