Crowd Control Barriers Secure Fast Food Kiosks and Reception counters

31-05-2022

ATDC has installed its lockable,portable,steel crowd control barrier to secure the Hungry Jacks fast food outlet at the BP service station at East Keilor in Melbourne.

Project manager for the installation  was Torquay based MAS  Building & Construction.

These crowd control barriers are available at a height of 2m or 2.5m and are OH+S tested for safe operation.

They are completely trackless, relocatable and collapsible and are available for purchase or for hire on a short term or long term basis.

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