LEDA’s June 2018 issue encompasses latest and interesting news on:
Yagan Square – An Attractive Public Space – Recently completed by Doric Constructions Yagan Square adjoins the main Perth train station providing pedestrian access to the CBD and East Perth precincts. Vehicle access to the site is controlled by two sets of LEDA stainless steel automatic retractable bollards which can be controlled and accessed through intercom or card.
Vehicle Access Control for Stadiums – Recently completed is the Optus Stadium Perth where LEDA has installed a ring of protection involving certified high impact resistant bollards and barriers. The project also requires provision for vehicular access at numerous locations. The stadium builders Multiplex & WA’s Department of Main Roads employed LEDA to supply and install a range of Vehicular Access Control (VAC) automated products.
Bi-Parting Cantilever Gates – A large 18 metre opening was accomplished at this defence site in Queensland with the installation of these two LEDA 9 metre long bi-parting cantilever gates.
Disguising Security Bollards – As state and local governments across Australia wrestle with the best methods of protecting civilians and pedestrians in our public places LEDA has been instrumental in finding alternatives and options other than installing rows and rows of steel bollards. A simple method is to build planter boxes around HVM Bollards using conventional Brick or Timber and Aluminium.
Opal Bike Parking – LEDA undertook a large scale End of Trip (EOT) facility for Icon Construction on the new Opal Residential tower in Sydney Olympic Park.
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