Polyfabrics’ integration in Regional Victoria’s stormwater project showcased innovative management and batter stabilisation, offering sustainable solutions and setting a new benchmark in environmental project handling, ensuring both ecological integrity and infrastructural durability in urban development.
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Read how Polyfabrics helped transform Wandana Gully, with innovative erosion control and landscape design, using HDPE Eroweb and Tecmat products for stabilisation, ensuring a vibrant, safe community space and protecting local biodiversity.
Read how we successfully tackled slope stability and erosion control challenges at a horse ranch by utilising our SeedMat TRM. Instead of an expensive MSE retaining wall, we proposed lengthening the slope and installing the durable synthetic mat. This innovative solution resulted in significant cost savings, with expenses under $5,000 compared to the original estimate of over $50,000.
Explore how Polyfabrics and Golding utilised the GEOmasta® Composite HDPE Bio-Liner for stormwater management in the Village, Stage 1 residential subdivision in Jimboomba. Discover how made-to-measure, cost-effective solutions can address unique challenges and promote environmental health in urban development projects.
CPB Acciona JV overcame GeoGrid supply challenges by choosing Polyfabrics. Read how our unmatched supply chain, including extensive inventory and competitive pricing, made us the preferred partner.
Learn how our geotextile laminated Terragrid® played a crucial role in restoring Greens Road after the 2021 floods. With immediate reinforcement and stability, our high-strength solution overcame soft spots in the subgrade, allowing uninterrupted progress.
We thrive on challenges, so when CPB Acciona JV approached us for geotextile materials for the Western Sydney Airport project, we eagerly offered our support. The project’s requirement for meeting customised specifications within a short lead-time highlighted the critical need for a reliable and efficient solution. In response, we promptly supplied high strength orange marker layer geotextile, which was manufactured in longer rolls to facilitate quicker installation and reduce costs.
We were approached by our client to provide a solution for building a maintenance track to service the newly constructed stormwater management ponds at Deakin University. See how our EROWeb® geocell was the perfect choice.
Terramat PP5-10: The solution to prevent erosion and encourage vegetation growth in wetland projects. With 321% effectiveness and long-term sustainability, it’s the ideal choice.
Greater Shepparton City Council is undertaking design and upgrade works to Welsford Street and the new design also included a full depth reconstructed road pavement designed to cater for the increased vehicle traffic volumes. See how our MastaVAULT Megatree was used in this project.
In Tweed River Shire, the Cudgeon Creek bank was being eroded which prompted the Tweed Shire Council to look for a solution. See how our Geomasta Softrock sand containers were used with this project to help with erosion control.
Polyfabrics Australia was involved in the Mansfield Reservoir 3 Remediation Works at Goulburn Valley Water. The project aimed to clean, reshape, and line existing drains that ranged from 1.5m – 6m wide x 350m long. The goal was to find a cost-effective and faster method of concreting the existing drains that would also reduce waste and installation time.
Moorebank Intermodal is a major project that aims to enhance the rail transportation infrastructure in NSW and improve the efficiency and reliability of the rail network. However, Martinus Rail faced a significant challenge in preventing dirty water from getting into the drainage and ultimately into the Georges River.
Narellan Pools needed to stabilize eroding rock slopes at their manufacturing facility in Picton, NSW, that were causing a hazard to valuable pool stock. Polyfabrics offered a solution with mastaTEX Concrete on a Roll, a cost-effective and low maintenance product made of concrete-sand mix embedded in geotextile.
The disused Hornsby Quarry North of Sydney is currently undergoing redevelopment to create an exciting new recreational area. To build this parkland, the Council had to manage the unique challenges of building on top of a sizable quarry void. Working with the team at Polyfabrics, the contractor used approximately 5000 square metres of TECmat Coir Mesh 700gsm, along with 200 metres of our ø200mm Ecolog Coir Logs.
Central Coast Council required a quick and affordable option for the planned swale drains alongside Old Maitland Rd, with traditional paving methods deemed unsuitable for the area. The Polyfabrics team assisted Central Coast Council with our mastaTEX Concrete on a Roll product. This easy-to-handle geotextile is impregnated with a concrete-sand mix that is simply rolled into place and then hydrated with water.
The $100M Blacktown International Centre of Training Excellence is an ambitious project to deliver a world class multi-sports facility in the heart of Western Sydney. See how our mastaTEX® Hi Vis Layer was used for this project.
The homeowners of a private residential area in Newcastle were looking to build a new carpark and driveway over soft ground. The Polyfabrics team was able to assist the contractor with a geosynthetic product that could deliver reinforcement properties to bridge the soft subgrade spots, and also act as a separation layer – all without breaking the bank.
As part of the Victorian Government’s $115 million Inland Routes Program, several landslip sites will be reconstructed, stabilised, and retaining walls built, improving the strength of roads throughout Moyne Shire Council. See how our geogrids and jute mat was used to reinforce and stabilise these areas.
River Valley is a master-planned community located on the Maribyrnong river, with the Stage 7D tranche consisting of 10 lots earmarked for residential homes. The site sits alongside the retired quarry face, which required earth buttress stabilisation. Read why our TerraGrid® was chosen for this project.
The Bridge Inn Road Upgrade project in Mernda aims to reduce congestion and improve traffic flow for motorists in Melbourne’s northeast. See how our team helped overcome the issue of the weak subgrade and low soil shear strength while still being able to construct the pavement on time and as per the design.
Spitfire Banks Drive is the main drive that will connect Central Park from the waterfront side of Pelican waters and is currently being constructed by Hall Contracting. Hall Contracting, in conjunction with Tectonic and Polyfabrics, selected the TerraStop® HS Woven 200/50 as the most suitable product to assist building a stable platform from which the piling rigs could operate.
The Townsville Ring Road Stage 5 project will deliver improved road safety, efficiency and travel time reliability for freight and passenger vehicles on the Bruce Highway in Townsville. See how our geosynthetics was used in this project.
Polyfabrics’ TerraMat® RF80, a high-strength steel mesh with anchoring ability, was used to stabilise the embankment for the $35M Log Cabin Hotel redevelopment in Penrith.
Bishop Drive links the Princes Highway with the popular holiday destinations of Narrawallee and Mollymook on NSW’s South Coast.
The Victorian Government recently completed a project to improve safety on the Midland Highway, reducing road trauma and saving lives.
Polyfabrics’ Bio-liner® HDPE Composite Liner was used as a cost-effective solution to create a wetland for the renewal of Johnstons Creek in Sydney.
The purpose of using geogrids stability on slopes channels when filled with locally sourced material.
Revolutionizing Whitefriars College sports pavilion with mastaGRID® GT 30/30: conquer subgrade challenges, save time, cost, and the environment.
Case study on how FastRock net gabion bags were used to fix flood-affected Brisbane boardwalk.
An informative Case Study on the recent project to build a piling platform in Port Kembla, where TerraStop High Strength woven geotextile was used.
An information Case Study on the new $12.5 million dollar intersection upgrade at Gisborne.
As part of the wide-ranging Level Crossing Removal Project in Victoria, a rail crossing is being removed in Manchester Road, Mooroolbark. In its place, an elevated rail platform is being constructed, featuring a parallel retaining wall structure that requires reliable stabilisation and drainage.
A fast and cost-effective Geosynthetic solution for the newly opened Jindabyne ski ramp and airbag jump.
How our PFA Geotextiles were used for the new Melbourne’s Winneke Solar Farm project.
Geosynthetics Result in Cost Savings for Green Organics Facility. Repurpose It is a Melbourne based organic waste recycling facility that aims to divert all organic waste from landfill to ultimately eliminate the state’s waste problem.