Parks & Outdoor Products & Services Directory

Planning parks and outdoor spaces is easier and more efficient with ProjectLink. From initial design requiring landscape architects or designers to construction equipment for building to installing street furniture. This directory will be your primary source for creating the appropriate space with bricks and pavers, safe and sturdy playground equipment, street furniture, drainage and solar lighting. Keep it ‘green’ with supply options for trees, lawn and turf supplies. Maintenance is easier with sources for graffiti removal, litter bins and ashtrays, park and street maintenance companies, sprinklers and drip irrigation products – whatever you require.

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Fielders’ have been servicing Australia’s residential, industrial and commercial construction industries for over 100 years.

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Suppliers of exceptionally stylish and functional outdoor furniture and facilities including eating, tables, barbeques, drinking ...

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Wattyl Industrial Coatings (a division of Valspar), is a leading manufacturer and supplier of high performance coating solutions ...

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Wynyard Walk officially opened

Premier Mike Baird and Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance have today unveiled Sydney’s newest pedestrian tunnel.

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Ellenbrook Southern Playing Fields and Pavilion officially opened

The Ellenbrook District Open Space was officially opened over the weekend, with the Southern Playing Fields and Pavilion revealed. Similarly four synthetic rectangular fields, brand new change rooms, sporting storage facilities as well as a kiosk wer

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Tasmanian businesses awarded tenders to repair park infrastructure

Matthew Groom, Minister for Environment, Parks and Heritage, has today revealed that two local businesses have been given the contracts to repair damaged park infrastructure across Tasmania.

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Unwanted Hornsby Quarry materials to be reused in construction of recreational precinct

Minister for Urban Infrastructure Paul Fletcher has announced that environmental approval has been granted to excavate materials from the unused Hornsby Quarry to construct a new recreational precinct.

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Upgrade confirmed for Milson Point Wharf

Member for North Shore Jillian Skinner MP revealed yesterday plans to expand the wharf in Milsons Point as well as a new interchange that serve to increase capacity and generally improve the service of ferries running within the wharf.

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New $3.5 million BMX track coming to South Adelaide

South Adelaide will be the recipient of a new world class BMX track thanks to $3.5 million in funding grants. The new BMX track will be named after Sam Willoughby, a local Olympic silver medallist.

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First works on Adelaide’s Festival Plaza redevelopment set to begin imminently

The SA Government has today revealed that Lendlease, a construction and development company, has won the $21 million contract to separate vehicle and pedestrian traffic by lowering Festival Drive.

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Margaret River set to benefit from new mountain bike trail

The Margaret River region is set to benefit from another tourism attraction, as construction begins on a new world class mountain bike trail.

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Storefront News

Engineering meets the Arts

Taking on the challenge of creating a safety zone for Walnut Street in Cremorne, MPS Paving Systems (MPS) was able to produce a result that is as spectacular as it is practical.

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StreetBond Surfacing a Feast For the Eyes

The new Lloyd Robson National Football Stadium is a state-of-the-art facility located in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. The asphalt surfaces of the stadium’s surrounds were recently completed by MPS Paving.

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Awash in Colour

Twelve months ago the City of Perth approached MPS Paving Systems Australia with a unique set of design requirements and asked, “Can it be done?” Naturally they said, “Yes!” The end result – simply spectacular!

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Final Countdown: Australia’s Largest Public Lighting Summit Convenes in One Week

The 2016 edition of Australia’s largest annual Smart Lighting Summit, with smart and sustainable lighting as a central theme on the agenda, once again convenes in Melbourne next week from the 6th to the 7th of September.

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Elmich Massive Modular Greenroof

We recently completed a project using Elmich Modular Extensive Planting Trays (MEP Trays) MEP Tray is essentially a shallow planter designed specifically for extensive planting over roof tops.

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Belmore beats maintenance

Across the river from Mulwala, the Victorian town of Yarrawonga is another haven for holidaymakers.

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