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Expressing identity with custom My Space bollards

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Expressing identity with custom My Space bollards

With a recent custom bollard installation, Gippsland Water has demonstrated that security doesn’t have to be boring or uniform. The installation consists of nine green powder coated bollards matching the colour of the electric cabinet they protect, taking a soft approach to hard security. Made by Australian Bollards, these custom bollards don’t just improve safety. They are also an aid in expressing the company’s identity. The bollards provide a flexible solution to Gippsland Water’s needs. Three of them are key lockable My Space bollards. They   ...read more

Never again ram-raids at Blackburn North

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Never again ram-raids at Blackburn North

Only a few months ago, a man peered into a shop in Blackburn North. Soon after, he rammed his four-wheel drive into it and left without trouble. The store front was completely unprotected and unprepared for the attack. But not anymore. The event has made Blackburn North take steps to increase security around the building. By installing 168mm diameter bollards, an NJM Group propriety product, in front of the entrance, they have made sure ram-raids are now a thing of the past. The sub surface mounted, concrete backfilled bollards prevent unauthorised vehicles from forcing t  ...read more

Princes Bridge protected with anti-terror barricades

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Princes Bridge protected with anti-terror barricades

Temporary water-filled barricades have popped up along the heavily populated Princes Bridge in Melbourne over the past week. Intended to protect pedestrians from terror attacks and possible VBIED’s after the bridge was identified as an at-risk location. Other temporary concrete blocks have been installed at popular public spaces such as Federation Square, the MCG, Queen Victoria Market, Southern Cross Station, Flinders St Station and Boathouse Drive under Princes Bridge to block unauthorised vehicle access. These concrete blocks are not sturdy or durable enough to w  ...read more

Wheelers Hill calls for more security after ram-raid spree

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Wheelers Hill calls for more security after ram-raid spree

A ram-raid spree has left citizens of Wheelers Hill feeling vulnerable and rattled. Yesterday, two men used a dark SUV to ram into a primary school, a super market and a jewellery store, stealing $1000 cash and $2000 worth of jewellery. This is not the first time the area has been the target of criminal activity. One trader Desi Konstantinou from Le Boquet Floristry has had her store broken into four times in eight years. Paul Hillis who runs Wheelers Hills Bakery has also had his store robbed only a few weeks ago and calls for more police and security in the area. While   ...read more

Car mounts busy footpath at Boston Airport

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Car mounts busy footpath at Boston Airport

It can happen to anyone, a momentary lapse in concentration and you accidently step on the accelerator instead of the brake. This was the case for a Boston Taxi driver who’s out of control vehicle left ten people in hospital with injuries of varying severity. The driver jumped the kerb at Boston Airport and struck fellow taxi drivers awaiting their next customers. If the walkway was protected with bollards, it would have been a very different story. Instead of being in hospital, those ten injured cabbies would just have had a story to tell their families whe  ...read more

Disrupting the bollard industry with the Spalding Bollard

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Disrupting the bollard industry with the Spalding Bollard

The word ‘disrupt’ has been heard in just about every second sentence in tech marketing in recent years, and while it is a little gimmicky, it does have a powerful meaning. To disrupt is to not just walk the same path as everyone else but to venture out and challenge the status quo. And we believe something as ‘mundane’ as the bollard industry can be ‘disrupted’ with forward thinking design. When most people think bollards, they think a boring metal pole which sticks out of the ground, which for the most part is ok because it is doin  ...read more

A High Degree of protection at RMIT

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A High Degree of protection at RMIT

A quarter century ago when Australian Bollards was in its formative years RMIT University was one of the company’s first ever clients. The two companies have maintained a strong relationship since then and 25 years on Australian Bollards continue to install their solutions at the iconic Melbourne educational institute. RMIT University (https://www.rmit.edu.au/) has seen long-term expansion across the years and has been an ideal destination for local and international students because of CBD location and high quality of education. Increasing safety solutions for s  ...read more

Australian Bollards features on 3AW

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Australian Bollards features on 3AW

Australian Bollards Managing Director Nicholas Marasco went on the 3AW show ‘Drive Home with Tom Elliot’ last night to discuss all thing bollards and public safety. 3AW reached out to Australian Bollards to discuss these issues in light of increasing terror and ram-raid attacks. This 3AW interviews comes on the same day as Australian Bollards was featured in The Age newspaper which discussed similar topics. Nicholas said his business has “been improving for quite a long time”. “In regards to what happened in January on Bour  ...read more

Protection with a nice complexion at Media House

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Protection with a nice complexion at Media House

Australian Bollards is proud to have our solutions protecting yet another iconic Australian building in Media House. Our VBIED bollards featured in The Age (http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/theyll-stop-a-tank-the-bollards-that-will-defend-melbourne-20170619-gwu6et.html) as the world becomes more aware of the need for protection. Home to many well-known media outlets such as Fairfax Media, The Age and 3AW, Media House is a constant buzz of activity. We have completed stage two of the project which involved installing VBIED bollards at five entrances of the building.   ...read more

Shopping in a safe zone

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Shopping in a safe zone

Supermarkets often feature long glass walls which back on to parking lots and Coles Patterson Lakes is no exception. For this reason, bollard protection is essential and Australian Bollards was happy to oblige by installing a row of grey high impact bollards to provide protection. Whether it be protection from ram-raids, terrorism, machinery accidents or simply someone mistaking their accelerator for their brake, this installation will ensure the safety of shoppers as well as protecting the building itself. Coles Patterson Lakes now has two layers of protection, the   ...read more







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