Portable barricades from The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) were recently installed at the new Starbucks store in Ringwood, Melbourne. Located at the Eastland Shopping Centre in Melbourne, the new store is one of more than 27 Starbucks coffee houses in Australia. ATDC’s portable barricades have been installed to secure the shopfront of the new store at Eastland.
Being mobile and trackless, the portable barricades don’t require any headroom or overhead support structure, simplifying the installation in a cost-effective way.
Key features of ATDC’s portable barricades include standard heights of 2020mm or 2520mm with an unlimited span thanks to their modular design; no need for heavy and unwieldy removable mullions; sharp angled lines and high quality gloss powder-coated finish complementing the aesthetics of the storefront; choice of precision engineered high tensile steel sections or extruded aluminium fabrication; multitude of different locking options; and extremely robust construction yet easy and lightweight to operate, running on a series of low friction heavy duty 75mm bottom castor wheels.
ATDC offers both steel and aluminium portable barriers. The barricades are OH&S tested for workplace health and safety and also independently tested and certified in an approved NATA laboratory for dynamic impact and simulated climbing under Australian Standard AS 4687-2007 Temporary Fencing and Hoardings. The barricades have also been successfully tested for emergency egress under the BCA and found compliant.
ATDC’s highly versatile portable barricades are used to temporarily secure retail tenancies, provide access control for shopping centres, government buildings such as railway stations, and passenger terminals at airports and ferry stations, as well as in Worksafe applications such as construction sites, public events and factory loading docks.
For further information on ATDC’s portable barricades, please contact toll free on 1800657435 or visit ATDC’s website. ATDC’s portable barricades are available for sale in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Canberra and in all regional towns across Australia including Newcastle, Wollongong, Geelong, Townsville, Hobart and Cairns. ATDC’s portable barricades are exported to Singapore, Vietnam and Hong Kong, and throughout Southeast Asia, the Asia Pacific, the UAE and the Pacific Islands.