Smart self-healing roads

Let’s build something great

Stop planning to fail! For centuries we ahve installed vulnerable road-side items directly in unforgiving adn unyeilding concret adn metal fotings, creatinga never ending cycle fo damage and waste. Using the latest Smart “self-healing” plastics technology, roads and pavements can now be protected from damage for the entire lifespan of a development, (eradicating damage, disturbance and carbon intensive waste). Designed to to improve the safety and resilience of our roads and footpaths, lowering the amount of concrete that ends up as landfill and ultimately reducing the on-going consumption of vital carbon resources – using this simple technology Australia’s market leaders are now acheiving previously unattainable levels of safety andeffectiveness.

SMART SIGNAGE HILLARY’S MARINA

Posts

Posts and roadside items can now be secured on Smart Sustainbale Foundations that remain in pristine condition for the entire lifespan of a develoment. Items are removed using ergonomic removal tools and replaced in literally seconds.

SMART BOLLARDS CITY OF FREMANTLE

Bollards

Bollards can now be secured on Smart Sustainable Foundations using the Smart Impact Recovery System that makes both the bollard and surrounding foundations re-usable impact after impact, saving thousands over the life of a development

SMART TRAFFIC LIGHT COLUMNS

Traffic Light Columns

Bollards can now be secured on Smart Sustainable Foundations using the Smart Impact Absorbing System that absorbs the impact force protecting the foundations from damage year after year. Columns are easily replaced using a hiiab


 “ Our selection is not based on price alone, we also took into consideration the safety & saving aspects. The Smart Sustainable Foundations allow quick replacement of posts with no further effort required to the base, (providing a significant cost benefit in replacing the damaged sign post by re-using the existing footing ) and reduces risk of injury to employees by reducing time spent on traffic islands exposed to traffic.” 

MAIN ROADS WA


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