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UNSW gets High Level Protection

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UNSW gets High Level Protection

With the increasing occurrence of terror attacks around the world, Sydney’s city council has been taking steps to enhance security around public spaces in the city centre. In June this year, the council installed concrete bollards along Martin Place at the location of the Lindt Café siege, to prevent terrorist attacks like those we have seen in London, Barcelona and Nice. According to a City of Sydney spokesperson, the bollards will help to “strengthen security in public places”. We couldn’t agree more. With terror attacks sparking fear, th  ...read more

NJM Building Contractors consulting 80 Collins Street

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NJM Building Contractors consulting 80 Collins Street

QIC’s 80 Collins Street project recently approached NJM Building Contractors, a division of NJM Group, for consultancy on installing bollards at their site. The building is going to have 39 stories and host 5.800 sqm of retail space as well as a 250-room SilverNeedle hotel, making 80 Collins Street a busy city hub to be. As with all crowded places, security in and around the building is essential. NJM Building Contractors has extensive experience with manufacturing, supplying, installing, and maintaining bollards and numerous other architectural solutions. We have a  ...read more

Keeping SA safe

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Keeping SA safe

When it comes to protection from terrorist attacks in public areas, sporting arenas are a high priority. They are venues where tens of thousands of people group together which means it is an ideal target for VBIED and VBT attacks. The Adelaide Oval has recognized this and is preparing to replace their temporary concrete barriers with 190 steel bollards giving the oval 360-degree protection. Transport Minister, Stephen Mullighan said the safety and security of Adelaide Oval attendees and staff is his number one priority. He said the tempo  ...read more

Working with business owners to make Australia safer

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Working with business owners to make Australia safer

Cabinet Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, Arthur Sinodinos has announced the Australian Government will provide consultancy to owners and operators of crowded places to ensure they are better equipped to protect against terrorist attacks. With extensive knowledge on VBIED and VBT protection, soft approach solutions which protect against car-borne terrorist attacks and with a team with a national presence Australian Bollards is well-positioned to provide this consultancy to make Australia a safer place. On the ABC show Insiders, Mr Sinodinos said “terrorists  ...read more

Ram raid attack… just for a snack

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Ram raid attack… just for a snack

The extent to which criminals go to just to satisfy their desires is becoming very damaging to the overall fabric of society. In recent times, the level of violent ram-raiding criminals have significantly increased. This increase is partly due to the intensity of rising street gangs based in the outer suburbs of Melbourne. In the early morning hours on the 21st of July, an unattended petrol station in Rowville was targeted. The criminals had successfully ram-raided the front entrance and consequentially stole the goods they had come for. The ram-raiding thieves   ...read more

Help is just a button away

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Help is just a button away

Emergency help systems are often limited to particular situations and locations: panic buttons in taxis and banks allow staff to quickly and quietly ask for help, while in trains, passengers can communicate with the train driver through emergency intercoms. Medical alarms are also popular for good reasons, giving the sick and elderly the option to call for help without having to navigate complicated technology. But you don’t see emergency help systems in the streets, on beaches, in car parks, ATMS or bus stops, although these places could easily be the scene of a crime o  ...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

The bollards to protect Melbourne

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The bollards to protect Melbourne

The Victorian Government and the Melbourne City Council have worked together to install temporary concrete bollards in multiple locations throughout the CBD. While this is a good first step, a more permanent, more aesthetically appealing and stronger protective solution will be implemented. Australian Bollards proposes a soft approach to hard security solution with our range of spherical bollards. These granite bollards will appease the eye of passer byers as well being able withstand high impact collisions as they are rated for VBIED protection. Thes  ...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







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