The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) has recently installed its expandable barriers throughout Sydney’s landmark QVB shopping centre.
These barriers have been installed in multiple locations for many reasons including improving access control and general security at the centre: by installing the expandable barriers in strategic areas, ATDC was able to assist in locking down certain areas of the centre and thereby not only reducing the cost of manned security patrols but also in deterring vagrants and homeless people from sleeping in the shopping centre. Furthermore the expandable barriers assist in reducing theft of fresh produce, food and other stock which is generally delivered to the centre outside normal trading hours.
The old 50’s style of the expandable barriers also complements the striking heritage features of QVB’s architecture.
The barrier is trackless, it is constructed either from either precision engineered steel or aluminium and has a professional baked enamel powder-coated finish.Multi-point locking options are available for extra security if required and some of our expandable barriers have passed the rigorous testing requirements under Australian Standard 4687-4007 Temporary Fencing and Hoarding including Simulated Climbing, Wind Force Overturn, Foothold Aperture and Impact tests.
Our expandable barrier is able to comply in certain circumstances with the deemed to satisfy provisions of the Building Code of Australia.
Other applications include securing temporary tenancies, pop-up kiosks, OH+S Worksafe applications and can be purchased or rented on a long term or short term basis.
Now available for sale in Sydney,Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra, Perth and all regional towns and centres across Australia, contact ATDC on 1800657435 for more information on its expandable barriers or visit ATDC’s website.