Moddex had two separate contracts as part of the Echuca-Moama Bridge project. For the main contractor McConnell Dowell, they supplied 900 linear metres of galvanised steel barrier fencing to either side of the shared user paths, using a proprietary system.
The system was pre-engineered to require minimal site assembly. “We were able to give our client peace of mind with a tested, compliant system,” said Joe Stead, State Manager. “We had all the stock in hand already and it went in seamlessly. McConnell Dowell raved about how easy the product was to install.”
Moddex also designed and supplied a handrail system to specialist subcontractor Macfab Engineering for access stairs and maintenance benches under the bridge abutments. “We used our proprietary product that complies with AS1657 for maintenance access handrails and all Transport for NSW and VicRoads requirements,” said Terry Sargeant, Project Consultant.
In addition to supplying the products, Moddex provided a modelling, drafting and design service as well as warranties and customer support.
“One major reason we get repeat business from our customers is the consistency of service and support they get from us,” Joe explained. “We work with customers to find the best solution for their project.”
Moddex provides a wide range of handrail and balustrade products covering diverse sectors. Large-scale road and rail infrastructure is a particular speciality but they also cover education, sporting facilities, industrial projects and more.
With their unique expertise and processes and the widest range of proprietary modular designs, Moddex is the number one choice for innovative barrier systems.
For more information contact Moddex, located Australia-wide and New Zealand, phone 1800 663 339, email email@example.com, website www.moddex.com