“I was pleasantly surprised when I attended a meeting at Broad Constructions and Leightons Western Australia headquarters to find the attractive buildings front facade protected by Leda’s “Slimline (SSP150FB) stainless steel bollards” said David Matthews Leda’s Managing Director.
Despite being installed several years ago the stainless steel bollards still looked in mint condition.
For several years Leda has pioneered the installation of shallow mount bollard footings. In this highly sensitive application Leda’s NSW installation team were required to install PAS68 certified bollards in an old and established park in Sydney’s CBD.
The park contains many century old established trees and it was extremely important that no tree roots be damaged during the installation.
We elected to install ATG SP1000 bollards whose sandwich designed footing is only 110mm thick which minimised the excavation depth. During the hand excavation an arborist was on site just in case. The bollard installation was finished with stainless steel sleeves.
No tree roots were encountered and the 3 fixed and one locking and removable bollard were successfully installed to provide the security the location required.