ATDC Scours Potential Hazards for Portable Barrier Installation

ATDC’s recent installation of  100 lineal metres of portable barriers for Westpoint Growers had some potential hazards which had to be overcome prior to any works being carried out.

On the instructions of management at the QIC owned Westpoint Blacktown, ATDC arranged for an external contractor to scan below the concrete floor surface for potential Reo or conduit lying just beneath the finished floor. This was a potential hazard given that ATDC were required to drill into the floor at various positions in order to stabilize and secure the barrier installation with shootbolt locks. Positive locations had to be clearly marked out by the scanner and then ATDC’s installers had to carefully navigate their floor drilling to avoid these potentially hazardous positions.

Yet another example of market leading ATDC’s close attention to detail, quality and to workplace health and safety.

For further information on ATDC’s market leading portable barriers visit their website at or contact them toll free on 1800657435 from anywhere in Australia.

Portable barriers secure 24 hour gyms and health clubs

ATDC’s portable barriers are in high demand as an access control barrier in 24 hour gyms, health clubs, wellness centres and sports recreation centres.

The portable barriers are ideal for such applications  as they are an inexpensive means of allowing paid members access on an after hour basis through  activating digital security keypad codes or even simply by standard key access.

The barriers are trackless, mobile, free standing and lockable and can be relocatable to different areas of the premises as the need arises. They are OH&S tested for safe operation and can be fitted with special egress locks for emergency exit under the Building Code of Australia where required.

The photograph shows a recent installation at the new Crossfit Gym at Smeaton Grange in Sydney.

For further information on ATDC’s full range of portable barriers visit their website at or contact them toll free on 1800657435 from anywhere in Australia.


The Australian Trellis Door Company (ATDC)’s impressive market penetration now includes installing its unique shop closure doors (portable barriers) at numerous Guzman Y Gomez (Guzman) restaurants.

Guzman is an Australian licensed franchise business with over 100 restaurants specialising in Mexican food.It operates throughout Australia,Singapore and Japan having opened its first Australian store in Newtown in Sydney in 2006 and its first in Singapore as recently as 2013.

The photos above show a recent installation at Guzman’s  Wetherill Park restaurant in Sydney.In this particular application  the shop closure doors are installed to protect the outdoor seating area of the premises.ATDC provided a cost effective solution by installing door closures that are completely trackless (portable barriers) requiring no expensive overhead  structure to support the installation.Installed at a height of 2520mm ,the closures are lockable and completely mobile and stored back of house so as not to impede trade during business hours.

ATDC’s closures are sold throughout Australia and are widely exported throughout Southeast Asia.

For further information on ATDC’s shop closure doors please contact ATDC toll free from anywhere in Australia on 1800657435 or visit ATDC’s website at