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Point Cook’s pop up protection

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Point Cook’s pop up protection

Australian Bollards’ Event Bollard division wishes to congratulate Wyndham City Council and Stockland for putting on a great event with the Point Cook pop up park. The event was so successful, locals started a petition to have it become annual occurrence. The festivities attracted thousands of people who enjoyed the music, food, movies and even yoga while being protected by Australian Bollards’ PAS 68 Event Bollards. The quick deployment solutions were stationed at Point Cook on the 25th of February when the event started and now the po  ...read more

An innovative approach to public safety

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An innovative approach to public safety

Thousands of security professionals, engineers, architects and consultants are getting ready to meet at the ISC West Security Exhibition this week, the largest security industry tradeshow in the US, to share new security products and education. Australian Bollards will visit the exhibition as well, continuing a proud tradition of staying up to date with the newest technologies and solutions. Our Soft Approach to Hard Security (http://australianbollards.com.au/A%20Soft%20Approach%20To%20Hard%20Security%20E-Catalogue%20-%20Australian%20Bollards%20-%20V2.pdf) is ju  ...read more

London’s evolving bollard-style streetscape security solution

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London’s evolving bollard-style streetscape security solution

During the last year, several major cities around the world have been the target of vehicle-borne attacks. One of them is London. After the 2017 Westminster attack, it has taken further steps to protect its urban façade against future vehicle-borne attacks. According to Professor Jon Coaffee, of the Resilient Cities Lab at the University of Warwick, ‘more public spaces and transport infrastructure have been protected by ad hoc concrete blocks or metal barriers that, in many cases, will evolve into bollard-style streetscape security solutions.’ While  ...read more

Security expert endorses bollards at government buildings

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Security expert endorses bollards at government buildings

The Department of Social Services in Canberra has implemented bollard a solution around its new building. The static bollards are a standard security measure according to a spokesperson from the department. They are there to protect against ram-raids and VBIEDs (Vehicle-Borne Improvised Explosive Devices). Security expert and executive chairman of Homeland Security Asia/Pacific, Roger Henning, agrees that the bollards are necessary. "I would totally endorse the investment," Henning said in an interview with Fairfax Media. He continued to point out that "government  ...read more

Portable barriers at Premier League clubs a 'leap forward': Security experts

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Portable barriers at Premier League clubs a 'leap forward': Security experts

Security experts have described Premier League clubs' plan to deploy road barriers as a 'leap forward' in the protection against vehicle-borne attacks. The purpose of the road barriers would be to prevent terrorists from driving vehicles into grounds at Premier League clubs, protecting thousands of fans at their games. In an interview with Sky News, Doug Metcalfe, operations manager at Burnley, said: ‘We, as a nation, are in a different situation. The terrorist threat is real and is probably here to stay for some time.' He continued to say that, ‘it’s   ...read more

5 ram raids in 1 year: Leopold locals demand bollards

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5 ram raids in 1 year: Leopold locals demand bollards

A supermarket in Ash Road, Leopold near Geelong has been ram raided for the third time in as many years. Locals are calling for bollards in their suburb. It’s the fifth Leopold ram raid in a year. Residents raised the outcry on social media, where some demanded political action or more police. Many others had a simpler solution: Stop the vehicle before crime can strike. “Why doesn’t the shop keeper install bollards,” read one of the first reactions on Facebook. Residents say they feel unsafe in their own homes as the   ...read more

Protection fit for a tank

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Protection fit for a tank

Australian Bollards continues to keep the most vulnerable areas safe after a deal with waste management company Remondis. Australian Bollards installed its popular High Impact AB-HSM168-Y bollards around a large gas tank in the Remondis yard, where trucks often pass. Flammable liquids need safeguarding. Even an out-of-control car that’s been slowed can cause serious damage to tough structures. In the United States recently, a passenger car hit several motorists and slammed into the side of a nearby business, fracturing the building’s   ...read more

Protecting the heart of Point Cook

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Protecting the heart of Point Cook

Australian Bollards has recently installed concrete event bollards at Point Cook Pop Up Park, a turnkey solution for pop ups around Victoria. The Pop Up Park which is a joint venture between Wyndham City Council and Stockland will host a range of events for all ages, such as yoga, live music and pop up cinemas. The pop up will be in place from 25th February till 15th April 2018 at Murnong Street, making the temporary Event Bollards (http://www.eventbollards.com.au/products/) by Australian Bollards a perfect match. The leased bollards are deployable at  ...read more

Artistically Designing city landscapes

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Artistically Designing city landscapes

At the fore front of the upcoming Melbourne Design week run by the National Gallery of Victoria, artists will be looking at how we can better design city streets. Melbournians are crying out for soft approaches to hard security (http://www.australianbollards.com.au/blog/soft-approaches-to-hard-security-at-chadstone) to tackle CBD safety and the artistic community will have a chance to respond. NGV’s, lead curator, Ewan McEoin says instances of people driving on footpaths with the intent of injuring people has changed the way people have viewed city streets. ‘&h  ...read more

Security concerns after Bourke Street Mall breach

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Security concerns after Bourke Street Mall breach

A car driving through the tram only section of Bourke Street Mall has fuelled questions of if protection on the famous shopping strip is adequate. Witnesses said the P-Plater driver looked confused before accidentally taking the wrong turn. This comes just over a year from when the Bourke Street Mall massacre occurred. Victoria Police Minister Lisa Neville said the government was looking into mechanical bollard installations on tram tracks which would only allow access to trams and emergency vehicles. The Australian Bollards team has developed a proprietary pneumatic  ...read more







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