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Cardinia Stations illuminating upgrade

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Cardinia Stations illuminating upgrade

NJM Group has installed stainless steel handrails, illuminated vandal proof shrouds, balustrades and our mesmerising Timber Battens to enhance safety and the passenger experience at Cardinia Station. Illuminated Vandal Proof Shrouds Our Illuminated Vandal Proof Shrouds allow commuters and passer-by’s light and safety throughout dark hours. Manufactured from Stainless Steel, the shrouds are durable and resistant to all types of weather conditions and vandalism. Vandalism is a constant issue in our society, which costs our government millions of dollars each ye  ...read more

Caribbean Park: An Installation with Sophistication

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Caribbean Park: An Installation with Sophistication

With 200,000m² of state-of-the-art office buildings surrounded by lush grasslands and lakes, the Caribbean Business Park truly is staking its claim as the premier business park in Australia. To achieve their desires of grandeur, the Caribbean Business Park team has joined forces with NJM Group, to provide safety solutions which come with a level of sophistication and professionalism. We have recently completed the stage one construction process which involved installing handrails, balustrades, parking bollards, wheel stops, light bollards, height bars and card readers.   ...read more

Reaching your residential potential

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Reaching your residential potential

While most people would associate NJM Group with industrial and commercial settings, there are actually many residential applications of our products. We recently completed a project in Preston which demonstrates some of the great benefits our products can bring to the suburban space. Australian Handrails had major involvement with the construction including carrying out installation of a staircase, hand rails and lintels. Staircases and handrails were custom built to fit the design of the property while steel lintels were used to strengthen brickwork around doors an  ...read more

On track for future projects

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On track for future projects

The Level Crossing Removal Authority has announced it will remove three more level crossing on the Frankston line. With an extensive railway portfolio of successful installations across the country, Australian Handrails hope to be involved with such projects. (http://levelcrossings.vic.gov.au/)The crossing removals is part of the Andrew’s Government initiative to remove 50 level crossings by 2022 to increase safety and reduce traffic congestion. The last rail project Australian Handrails was involved in was the Bentleigh station rail crossing removal and revam  ...read more

Why do we need stanchions barrier system?

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Why do we need stanchions barrier system?

In a busy city like Melbourne, road accidents can happen at any moment. Unpredictable events occur on regular bases, some leading to vehicle and property damage or pedestrian and driver injuries. Recently, an incident happened in front of the Royal Dental Hospital in a busy Lygon Street in Carlton. The famous street known for popular cafes and restaurants is always packed with students, tourists and locals alike. Besides this, it hosts many of the city’s busiest tram lines. Being an action-packed street, incidents where road signs get run into, cars hitting into trams or  ...read more

Enhancing modern architecture with project perforation

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Enhancing modern architecture with project perforation

NJM Group has recently been working on the Bentleigh Station project, successfully installing our perforated aluminium sheets at various station locations, as well as our stanchions and handrails. This project, along with the Level Crossing Removal project will improve general safety of the station, along with added architecturally modern and practical solutions. It is exactly the large scale commercial perforation projects that are our specialty, especially having in mind our impressive railway portfolio, as we provide provided practical, customizable solutions to our clients, pe  ...read more

Bentleigh Station to reopen

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Bentleigh Station to reopen

After several months enduring a complete transformation, Bentleigh Station will officially reopen on Monday August 29. Australian Handrails were one of many companies that spent significant time and resources on the revamp, installing an assortment of architectural metal works. Handrails, balustrades and perforated panels were applied during the project, with similar renovations taking place at fellow Frankston line stations Ormond and McKinnon as part of the Andrews State Government’s Level Crossing Removal (http://levelcrossings.vic.gov.au/) scheme. It has been a len  ...read more

Sited at Bentleigh Station

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Sited at Bentleigh Station

The team from Australian Handrails is officially onsite at the revamp of Bentleigh Station, marking the beginning of metal works on the project ranging from handrailing and balustrading to perforated panelling. Excavation began earlier this year at Bentleigh, which along with fellow Frankston line stations Ormond and McKinnon, is part of the Andrews Government’s Level Crossing Removal (http://levelcrossings.vic.gov.au/) masterplan, a scheme designed to rid Victoria of 50 dangerous crossings by 2022. The Australian Handrails crew will join a host of workers from an asso  ...read more

Stanchion support from Yarra Trams

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Stanchion support from Yarra Trams

Ever wondered what to call those upright posts that provide structural support for safety railing? Well, for your information, these steel contraptions are stanchions and Australian Handrails are aspiring to collaborate with Yarra Trams to implement this product at super stops around Melbourne in the near future. Super stops are traditionally situated within the CBD and at popular locations like universities, shopping centres and entertainment precincts, featuring protective barriers made up of stanchions, handrails and horizontal wiring. Other common aspects include elevated plat  ...read more

All aboard for Bentleigh Station project

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All aboard for Bentleigh Station project

Australian Handrail's, a division of NJM Group, has continued to showcase its commitment to improving Victoria’s public transport sector by securing the contract to install hand rails and architectural metal works for the rebuild of Bentleigh Station. This is Australian Handrail’s seventh rail project with Metro Trains Melbourne after completing previous services at Springvale, Cardinia, Nunawading, Lynbrook and Laverton North stations, as well as the installation of illuminated safety hand rails behind Southern Cross Station. (http://www.australianhandrails.com.  ...read more







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