Fencing Fit For A Mayor By REPLAS

News Date: 07 Dec 2017

Category: Buildings

The local indoor sport, arts, and meeting venue, Banksia Centre in Tasmania, required new fencing surrounding the carpark.

Fencing Fit For A Mayor

Replas bollard fencing went over very well with Mayor Peter Freshney who explains:

“The bollards were sourced from Replas for several reasons; they are cost effective, easy to install, visually suitable, and are environmentally sound being made from recycled material. [Latrobe Council] looks forward to using this product again should the opportunity arise.”

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