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Introducing the world’s first Sustainable Foundations

Join Australia’s market leaders laying the foundations for a better future. By securing all road-side and urban infrastructure using Smart Sustainable Foundations they are building virtually maintenance-free developments that outlast and outperform traditional developments, costing a fraction to maintain.

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MAJOR DEVELOPERS

Join WA’s market leaders Lend lease, Synergy, Leighton, Transfield, Theiss, BGC, KFC, Broadspectrum, Vicinity Centres, Daracon, Ward Civil, CPB and many more building a better future

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT

All major cities in WA, Perth, Fremantle, Bunbury, Joondalup and Stirling, plus many east Coast councils from Ryde to Gosford, Orange, Pittwater & Central Coast building a better future

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STATE GOVERNMENT

MRWA and major state road contractors from Downer Mouchel Gateway Alliance, to Leighton, Geogio, WBHO, Daracon, Dowsing, Tracc Civil, CBA laying the foundations for a better future

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MINING COMPANIES

Join Australia’s leading mining Companies Rio Tinto and Hamersley Iron using Sustainable Foundations and Smart Infrastructure to reduce maintenance costs and reduce their carbon footprint.

 

‘The definition of genius is taking the complex and making it simple.’
Albert Einstein 
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Instead of installing road-side infrastructure directly in concrete, a self-healing shield is used to protect developments against damage for decades, turning reactive maintenance practices into proactive maintenance practices as items become easily removable for events, maintenance and future upgrades.
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Awarded Innovator of the Year and Department of OH&S Worksafe Award for taking the complex job of infrastructure maintenance and making it simple: No damage, no on-going costs or risks for the entire lifespan of a development.
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“This idea is so simple, it’s almost embarrassing nobody thought of it before!”
The Sunday Times

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Smart sustainable foundations & Infrastructure

That grow increasingly efficient, year after year as the money usually spent on maintenance can be used for further improvements     Safer roads Zero damage to footpaths and foundations. No trip factors. Items remain stable and secure year after year. Damaged items quickly replaced without disturbance to public or underground services Safer workplace By… Read More

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  Smart infrastructure will play a significant role in addressing resource constraints and enhancing the nation’s liveability, productivity and resilience   Infrastructure underpins every aspect of modern life and by driving the adoption of smarter infrastructure you gain greater value from new and existing assets The RMS NSW states in their annual REPORT: “In allocating… Read More

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The future is here … Our communities, cities, regions and nations need to become smarter and more innovative with existing resources and assets. Infrastructure investment, intelligent planning and robust policies are critical to achieving sustainability. In the short-term, smart technology has been identified as an effective measure to preserve existing assets and improve efficiency. In… Read More

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Widespread recognition of a crisis in road infrastructure in Australian state and local government focuses on the question of financial sustainability. The attempts to address the crisis have focused on raising additional capital to bridge the gap. This way of thinking, is an uphill battle, as the larger our population, the greater the impact upon… Read More

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The crisis is more on maintaining our existing roads, (to prevent them from falling into a state of disrepair that endangers public safety) and less on building new ones. There are loads of reasons to invest money into preventative maintenance. The sooner repairs are made, the cheaper they are: every $1 in preventive maintenance saves between… Read More

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Widespread recognition of a crisis in local infrastructure has shifted the debate in Australian local government to the question of financial sustainability. The attempts to address the crisis have focused on raising additional capital. This way of thinking, is an uphill battle, as the larger our population, the greater the impact upon our infrastructures (roads… Read More

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Testimonials

What they are saying

Innovator of the Year

Smart Urban was awarded Innovator of the Year by the Department of Commerce for the development of the Smart Sustainable Foundations

Worksafe Award by Dept Occupational Health and Safety for succesfully addressing the major cause of workplace injury

These ideas are just so simple…it’s almost embarrassing nobody thought of them before

Our selection is not based on price alone

We also considered the safety & saving aspects of the products.

The Smart Sustainable Foundations allow the quick replacement of posts, with no further effort required to the base.

The sustainable foundations provide a significant cost benefit by re-using the existing footing and reduces risk to our employees by reducing time spent on islands exposed to traffic.

We highly recommend Smart Urban bollards

We were finding it very difficult to keep up with the constant damage to bollards, especially in the busy city centre where they are being hit on a daily basis. The Smart Urban bollards have made the job just so much easier. We also use them to protect new trees and we relocate the bollards when they are no longer required.

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Winner  Department of Occupational Health & Safety Worksafe Award for successfully addressing

The major cause of workplace injury (body stressing), by removing the need for digging & heavy labour

The major cause of serious workplace injury – by substantially reducing time working in dangerous locations

The risk of hitting underground services