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Bollards in Focus for Qatar 2020

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Bollards in Focus for Qatar 2020

Qatar’s architectural beauty attracts many tourists each year, not to mention the number of stopovers and connecting flights its Doha airport regularly receives. And we’re expecting to see even more people entering through Doha airport when Qatar hosts the FIFA World Cup in 2022. But besides football, Qatar also offers visitors cultural and architectural delights like Katara Cultural Village. This is where visitors can find some of the best architecture the Middle East has to offer due to its large blue mosaic tile design, both equally complex   ...read more

Defining Disabled Access

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Defining Disabled Access

The Disability Discrimination Act has been in place since 1992, requiring that Australians with disabilities are given fair treatment. There are many challenges that can come up when trying to reach a building while impaired in some way, but Australian Bollards offers a range of products to improve quality of life for people with disabilities. Disabilities can make it difficult to get out of a car, so parking bollards are installed next to disabled parking spaces to give wheelchair users room to manoeuvre. The bollards also provide protection from cars as the person moves   ...read more

Airport Safety Prepares for Take-Off

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Airport Safety Prepares for Take-Off

The Hamad International Airport in Qatar is a popular stopover and destination neighbouring the United Arab Emirates. Since its opening in 2014, it’s received over 120 million passengers and handled more than 1.9 million tonnes of luggage. Visitors from all over the world arrive daily at Qatar airport, often seeking entertainment, hotels and food during their layover. This means the staff at Hamad International Airport must stay on track of the health and safety of their passengers, and without the right amenities and safety solutions in place, it can prove quite a diff  ...read more

Total Care for Aged Care

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Total Care for Aged Care

In the spirit of helping others, Australian Bollards has installed Armco Barriers and wheel stops to provide security and protection to the residents and staff at Little Sisters of the Poor in Northcote, Victoria. Little Sisters has been providing aged care since six French and two English Sisters took a six-week journey to arrive in Melbourne in 1885. This residence, on St Georges Road, was purchased the same year and by 1892 housed 300 residents- many of whom came from the gold rush. Our Armco Barriers are installed in car parks, freeways and highwa  ...read more

Upgrading Victoria’s Future

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Upgrading Victoria’s Future

Hoping to use it as a push to win next month’s election, Victorian state opposition has unveiled their planned 10-year rail upgrade. The $19 billion plan will feature 200km/h trains, much like those found in Europe. The aim is to reduce trip times throughout Victoria’s regional areas - a Geelong to Melbourne trip would take only 32 minutes after the upgrades. The focus will initially be on the areas of most congestion – Geelong and Ballarat – and will aim to relieve pressure from Melbourne’s current unsustainable growth. This plan comes j  ...read more

Ball Fence Safety Barriers

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Ball Fence Safety Barriers

Australian Bollards provides easy to install Ball Fence barriers and handrails for indoors and outdoors, commercial and civil installations. They can act as a barrier between vehicles and pedestrians, between floor staff and forklifts, cyclists and motorists, as handrails down staircases and on bridges, factories, loading areas and warehouses. They act as a tubular handrail and stanchion system and can be transported and installed in short notice to provide a level of security that is required by government and security standards (AS1657). Our galvanised steel Monowills Safety H  ...read more

Upgrades to Melbourne’s Busiest Tram Corridor

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Upgrades to Melbourne’s Busiest Tram Corridor

The tram corridor on St Kilda Road and Swanston Street is one of the busiest in the world. It’s also Melbourne’s most crowded and a notorious stop for commuters. The proposed new interchange, named ANZAC Station, will include what the City of Melbourne has called a “super stop”, which will reduce pressure on vehicles, trams and trains by allowing access via four entry points to bike and pedestrian paths, tram stops and a train station, all in the one place. NJM Group supports City of Melbourne taking positive steps towards a cleane  ...read more

Black Ice, Cold Snap, Strong Winds

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Black Ice, Cold Snap, Strong Winds

Road safety is a year-round issue (http://www.australianbollards.com.au/blog/work-fatigue-and-driving-a-deadly-cocktail). Australians face a new set of obstacles when winter comes and, as we’re currently facing cold weather, rain and harsh winds, Australian Bollards want to make all Australians aware of the dangers we face on winter roads this season. ‘Black Ice’ is invisible and generally forms during the night time and early mornings. It is most commonly found on stretches of road that don’t get much sunlight. Black ice makes braking diffic  ...read more

Our Automatic Future

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Our Automatic Future

Trackless trams are just another technological jump for Australia to take in the search for safety and efficiency. They’ve been successfully tested in China and transport analyst professor Peter Newman has already spoken quite favourably regarding implementation of the concept in Australia. The trams would operate on ‘virtual tracks’ signalled by painted sensors along the road; a change which would be most welcome to replace outdated metal rails. Estimates suggest that it could cost around five million dollars per kilometre. As expensive as it may s  ...read more

Queen Victoria Market Upgrades

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Queen Victoria Market Upgrades

The City of Melbourne recently announced its charismatic Queen Victoria Market will be awarded with $250 million in upgrades over the next five years. The historical 140-year-old market is considered by many as the “heart of Melbourne” and is a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike. The façade in Vic Market's food hall will be restored and so will its iconic Victoria and Elizabeth Street terraces. In keeping its heritage though, City of Melbourne has promised there will “never be a supermarket or large franchise” to accom  ...read more







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