Commercial Fencing

Commercial Fencing

Commercial Fencing

  • Demarcation
  • Marker rails

Demarcation PostsDemarcation Fencing is usually a temporary structure that simply marks a boundary between two areas, and can take many forms, for example:

  • A simple tensioned string line to delineate a pipeline corridor. A visual ‘fence’, with posts approx 10m apart, used so that the contractor can see the agreed area to work
  • A visible boundary using wooden fence posts with yellow marking on the top, 1m apart so signifying pedestrian access only and showing exclusion areas
  • As above but with rope as well

Marker rails are installed to

  • prevent traffic driving onto grass
  • marking the edge of open green spaces within towns
  • or perhaps outside schools or car parks.

They are generally a square rail positioned on its edge with posts cut to support the rail and secured by a metal strap

Examples of our commercial fencing work

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