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Pedestrian Friendly Concrete Barriers

Designed for use in areas where people have regular access they have a clear and clean profile. But at 1,600 kgs these are a robust item, suitable for both temporary permanent installations. Sometimes referred to as ‘Toblerone’ blocks Typical installations include: Between vehicle streams Between vehicular movements and working and/or pedestrian areas Solid glass fibre reinforced concrete Mass: 1300 kgs Handling; Fork apertures in base for…

Titan Barriers (Pedestrian Barriers)

The Titan™ is the recognised and well established stacking pedestrian barrier. It has all the usual advantages of standard stackable systems but in addition has the following features. Has undergone modifications to further improve longevity and to meet the proposed NRSWA changes affecting wind stability, set out in BS8442 when erected and assembled correctly. Has been modified to a one-piece injection moulded design made from prime…

Pedestrian/Footway Boards (Low Pro) 1,125mm x 1,125mm

Typical applications: Conforms to National Grid Footway Board Specification T/SP/E/42 Rubber trip prevention edging strip takes up unevenness in the pavement thus greatly reducing trip hazard for pedestrians Ideal for covering excavations in footpaths, pavements and pedestrianised areas Traversing with cars, small plant and vans over small excavations in footpaths, pavements and private driveways To make temporary paths over unmade ground (e.g…

Lower promenade – Brighton Festival

Using: Pedestrian Friendly Concrete Barriers Every summer, Brighton by the Sea turns itself into a huge festival venue. This means turning many of the public spaces over to various theatrical set-ups and performance areas. Many of the back drops and screens require ballast anchors, some of which will be in zones where members of the public can freely roam. This is an ideal; stage for our Pedestrian Friendly Concrete Barriers. Having smooth and…

Reinforcement of pedestrian block paving for Versalift access – Library of Birmingham

Using: 2.5m x 1.25m x 25mm (8ft x 4ft x 1 inch) Anti Skid – Steel The Library of Birmingham, sited in the pedestrianised ‘Centenary Square’, Birmingham, wanted to install an eco-friendly and energy efficient combined heating and cooling units. To do this, rather bringing in a truly massive crane, capable of reaching over the entire building,the installation engineers wanted to use a versa-lift heavy duty forklift on an area only specified for…

Water Filled Blocks (IBC)

Weighing just 90 kgs when empty and 1.1 tonnes when full, these palletised IBC (Intermediate Bulk Containers) units have a number of uses. Including: On site water supply for construction works ie concrete preparation. Ballast /or anchorages for installations eg Big screens, flag poles and scoreboards Temporary barriers for people and/or vehicles Handling and storing liquid waste such as sewerage or grey water from ablution blocks Note: Our…

Roadbloc

Need to deploy a barrier in traffic quickly with no mechanical handling? Roadbloc it! Typical installations include: Between vehicle steams Between vehicular movements and working and/or pedestrian areas Unique hinge allows it to form a mini roundabout with just eight units and to bend upwards so that they can stand firm on uneven ground. Can also be stacked very conveniently when not in use in stacks of 20 Mini Roundabout – Each barrier…

TVCB (Temporary Vehicle Control Barrier)

Where a no nonsense, semi permanent obstruction is required, 2.5 tonnes of steel reinforced concrete takes some beating. With the ability to connect them together with high tensile bolts they really are tougher than a brick wall. Typical installations include: Between vehicle streams Between vehicular movements and working and/or pedestrian areas To block access to roads or other areas Prevent ingress of unwanted or unwelcome visitors…

Working with U.K Airports – Protecting new concrete

Using: 6m x 3m x 25mm AIR SIDE – Steel C/W Bevelled Edge and SALLY Even those that have never set foot on a runway or airside apron will have looked out a plane window in wonder at the massive patchwork quilt of concrete panels that make up modern ground airport infrastructure. It is of course no accident that these areas are gridded out and uniform in size. When constructing them, each panel can be calculated to take a set number of standard…

Barriers and blockers – Various sites U.K

Using: Heavy duty – SERIES 38 – Steel C/W Bevelled Edge and SALLY In a programme of security upgrades a client had a series of sites whose vehicle access security was handled by automated or manned barriers. This is due unfortunately, to a world full of hostile actors, which as the headlines will show, have taken to the wheel of LGV’s and SUV’s to perpetrate their heinous acts. In order to counter this threat, all properly secure sites…