As Oz Design expand, more warehousing facilities were required. The impressive new industrial development in Rouse Hill is now complete with further expansion on this site expected to occur over the next 12-24 months. Moddex handrails are due to be modified to suit the next stage.
Full Tilt Construction was the successful tenderer for the project, and Moddex worked closely with their team to design, supply and install the DDA handrail and balustrade to the complete satisfaction of all stakeholders.
Connectabal CB10, CB20 & CB30
Assistrail AR45 & AR150
Compliance to AS1170 and NCC on the raised mezzanine floors was a critical factor for the project. The proprietary Moddex Conectabal system is engineered and tested to comply with these standards and all certification was provided to the client prior to works starting on site.
By packaging all the internal and external handrail and balustrade requirements, Moddex was able to work in closely with our clients schedule and ensure installation could be carried out exactly when the product was required.
For previous projects that have required handrail, we used standard steel pipe and tube, manufactured according to specific site requirements. This installation is regarded as industry practise, site measures are conducted after all works are constructed so that work shop drawings can be detailed, resulting in programming being very time restrictive.
Moddex came forward with a product that met all certification and Australian standard code requirements, also providing competitive pricing. The ability to modify the installed items without major reconstructions was an advantage when there were alterations to the site or manufactured items were delivered, installed and required modification.
Due to the nature of the project we were able to pre order most of the handrail components and with the ease of installation of the Moddex System, installers we able to schedule earlier and reduce the need for a temporary handrail system.
Rouse Hill, NSW
Full Tilt Constructions