A Look Back: Constructing the City Loop

A Look Back: Constructing the City Loop

With the City Loop going through a major upgrade, we thought it might be interesting to take a look back at how it all began 46 years ago. It was 1971 in Melbourne, the cost of a loaf of bread was 24 cents, the cassette tape was the latest and greatest in technology and the Victorian Government began works on what they called the ‘Melbourne […]

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Celebrating 25 years of the NJM Group

Celebrating 25 years of the NJM Group

Last week, NJM Group celebrated 25 years of operation, so it seems fitting to look back to where it all began, a quarter of a century ago. The company’s founder, Nicholas Marasco left high school unsure where life was going to take him. “I was pushing to join the army but my father said it was forbidden, he wanted me to be a mechanic,” he […]

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On track for future projects

On track for future projects

The Level Crossing Removal Authority has announced it will remove three more level crossing on the Frankston line. With an extensive railway portfolio of successful installations across the country, Australian Handrails hope to be involved with such projects. The crossing removals is part of the Andrew’s Government initiative to remove 50 level crossings by 2022 to increase safety and reduce traffic congestion. The last rail […]

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Reporting on Media House installation by Australian Handrails

Reporting on Media House installation by Australian Handrails

The Media house on Collins Street, a state of the art facility and home to the Age, Radio 3AW and Fairfax media has successfully cooperated with Australian Handrails. We have installed architecturally designed stainless steel handrails at the entrance of the building in order to enhance visitor safety during their arrival to the building or exit. A centrally located building, just opposite from Southern Cross […]

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Why do we need stanchions barrier system?

Why do we need stanchions barrier system?

In a busy city like Melbourne, road accidents can happen at any moment. Unpredictable events occur on regular bases, some leading to vehicle and property damage or pedestrian and driver injuries.   Recently, an incident happened in front of the Royal Dental Hospital in a busy Lygon Street in Carlton. The famous street known for popular cafes and restaurants is always packed with students, tourists […]

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How project perforation can support handrail installations

How project perforation can support handrail installations

NJM Group has recently been working on the Bentleigh Station project, successfully installing our perforated aluminium sheets at various station locations, as well as our stanchions and handrails. This project, along with the Level Crossing Removal project will improve general safety of the station, along with added architecturally modern and practical solutions. It is exactly the large scale commercial perforation projects that are our specialty, […]

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Superior Trident bollard system ready to protect

Superior Trident bollard system ready to protect

Premium protection calls for premium products, which are durable, strong and resilient. In high traffic scenarios, where protection of people, assets and buildings is our main goal, high impact resistant and subsurface mounted bollards provide a secure protective environment. The market is in demand for a stable protection solution, especially now that the Omni stop bollard has been withdrawn from the market place. Tram stop […]

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Parmalat upgrade security

Parmalat upgrade security

The recent implementation of Protective Safety Barriers at Parmalat is a fine example of how Australian Bollards can offer premium warehouse security. Parmalat, Australia’s leading dairy company responsible for popular brands like Pauls, Oak and Ice Break, requires the very best in warehouse protection and this is exactly what they’ve got from Australian Bollards. Comprised of high impact, powder coated yellow bollards with horizontal railing, […]

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Bentleigh Station to reopen

Bentleigh Station to reopen

After several months enduring a complete transformation, Bentleigh Station will officially reopen on Monday August 29. Australian Handrails were one of many companies that spent significant time and resources on the revamp, installing an assortment of architectural metal works. Handrails, balustrades and perforated panels were applied during the project, with similar renovations taking place at fellow Frankston line stations Ormond and McKinnon as part of […]

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All aboard for Bentleigh Station project

All aboard for Bentleigh Station project

Australian Handrail’s, a division of NJM Group, has continued to showcase its commitment to improving Victoria’s public transport sector by securing the contract to install hand rails and architectural metal works for the rebuild of Bentleigh Station. This is Australian Handrail’s seventh rail project with Metro Trains Melbourne after completing previous services at Springvale, Cardinia, Nunawading, Lynbrook and Laverton North stations, as well as the […]

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