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  • WestConnex Pedestrian Access Goes Unhindered

    WestConnex Pedestrian Access Goes Unhindered

    WestConnex is a new motorway project that aims to reduce congestion for vehicles travelling to the CBD and the Port Botany precinct from the northwest and southwest of Sydney. The project encompasses several components – the new M5 motorway tunnel between Beverly Hills and St Peters, the widening of the M4 at the Parramatta end, and the plans to build the Sydney Gateway and the M4-M5 link, making the route somewhat of a semi-ring road.

    One of the biggest elements of a project like this is the minimisation of disruption to commuters during works, whether they are in a motorised vehicle, and pushbike or on foot.

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  • Conquip BulkX Comes to Australian Construction

    Conquip BulkX Comes to Australian Construction

    Conquip Engineering Group are a UK-based construction consultancy and project efficiency company. They offer a diverse range of services—from bulk excavation to engineering, logistics consultancy to environmentally-conscious construction practices—and are bringing their flagship solution to Australia via SafeSmart Access – the BulkX System.

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  • CAD Drawings Bring Customised Scaffolding to Life for Lendlease

    CAD Drawings Bring Customised Scaffolding to Life for Lendlease

    Another successful job utilising Proscaf, for Lendlease. SafeSmart offers CAD modelling for pre-install visualisation.

    In this case, the Proscaf system has provided an ideal solution for access to 5mH columns that had to be to formed up, braced and poured in-situ.

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  • Monadelphous Gain Ease of Access, Tanks to SafeSmart

    Monadelphous Gain Ease of Access, Tanks to SafeSmart

    Major projects construction company Monadelphous have been building Origin Energy’s new facility in Durham Downs, Queensland. This new gas facility required the installation of new water tanks. And the maintenance of those tanks required operators to scale the side to enter the tanks – an approximate height of 3m.

    Scaffolding was found to be too rigid in nature, and a worker who needed quick access to another part of the tank was limited by a longer installation and tear-down procedure. Australian custom height access product maker SafeSmart Access were commissioned to solve the issue.

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  • Case Study: SafeSmart Has Lendlease Singing from the Crane Tops

    Case Study: SafeSmart Has Lendlease Singing from the Crane Tops

    A big part of the Barangaroo project in Sydney is the new casino and commercial and residential tower developments.

    As these towers go up, as have the challenges for gaining safe and efficient access to heights, particularly for crane operators. See what SafeSmart Access did for Lendlease to solve the problem.

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