Committing to a major fencing investment is a big decision, but the benefits are there for those willing to take the plunge according to Noel Cook, who runs a mixed enterprise at Goondiwindi.
Exclusion fencing does more than just protect sheep and cattle. For South Australian biologists John Read and Katherine Moseby, it protects endangered native flora and fauna from predators and pests which had previously devastated their populations.
Water Corporation’s surge barriers in Vasse and Wonnerup demonstrated their importance in flood protection by holding back a significant tidal surge.
High Security 358 Welded Mesh Fencing Project for the Yongah Hill Detention Centre in Western Australia.
Asbestos fence removal is a big part of the business and like everything else at Coastal Asbestos Removal we have it down to a fine art.
Flooding in rural areas has regularly hurt the hip pocket of Australian farmers, with significant impacts on production.
Case Study from FenceWright
When widespread bushfires swept across ‘Culburra Downs’ near Waroona (WA), causing nearly $500,000 in damage to fencing and other infrastructure, owner Mick Muir sought an alternative fencing product to better protect his pastures.
Ballarat’s soon-to-be-closed livestock saleyard has operated for more than 150 years. Project owners for the new saleyard are relying on DuraGalPlus® steel products to provide the new facility with the same longevity.
From studying architecture to specialising in urban design was a natural progression for Mary Anne McGirr.