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PEDESTRIAN BARRIERS FOR ACCESS CONTROL AT RAILWAY STATIONS

The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC) has installed its pedestrian barriers for access control at Olympic Park Railway Station at the  Sydney suburb of  Homebush.

Project managers for the installation were Leichardt based Ultra Building Works Pty Ltd.

Installed at the top of an access stairwell on the main railway platform these barriers perform a vital access control function to prevent after hour access as well as being used for regulating human traffic flow during peak periods.

ATDC’s barriers are tailor made for such locations having  been OH+S tested for safe operation which is always  a vital concern in locations where there are high volumes of pedestrian foot traffic .The barriers  can also  be fitted with keyless locking for quick egress  where required in cases of emergency.Other special features of these pedestrian barriers include the option (where specified) for preventing persons from climbing over the barriers by introducing  a double diamond mesh infill which prevents a human gaining a foothold on the gate to attempt to climb the barrier.These unique safety features have made ATDC’s pedestrian barriers the gates of choice for  numerous high profile government projects and public and infrastructure projects across Australia.One such high profile project was at Sydney’s Barrangaroo Ferry Terminal.For further information on this project refer to ATDC’s website at https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/atdc-installs-safety-barriers-at-new-ferry-terminal-in-sydney

For further information contact ATDC toll free from any location in Australia on 1800657435 or visit their website at https://www.trellisdoors.com.au/products/commercial-security/barriers-and-cafe-barriers