Sapphire was pleased to provide the anodised finishes to the new perforated screens that adorn the new rail overpass bridge. This overpass has removed a dangerous level crossing and now allows continuous flow of traffic through the area. Anodising was the ispired choice for its ability to withstand graffiti attack and low maintenence costs.
Clyde Road Bridge Overpass
Burwood Hwy Pedestrian Bridge – 2009
The Burwood Highway Pedestrian bridge is part of Victoria’s Bicycle Pathway program in providing safe non stop commuting paths for pedestrians and cyclists. The bridge was designed out of steel and aluminium to keep the structure light when spanning a 6 lane highway.
Sydney University, City Road Footbridge
This footbridge is a trough girder type with a 4.8m wide walkway linking the new central building on the south eastern side of City Road with the main university campus. The bridge has two simply supported spans including the main span of 34m over City Road and secondary span of 20m linking the bridge to […]
Cross River Rail – Prototype Station
Sapphire has worked closely with the architects to provide the anodised finishes and colours for the Cross River Rail Project and the finishes selected being Bright Sunset and Bright Quartz provide warmth to the underground spaces. A replica of the platform and mezzanine levels that will be constructed at four underground stations which are planned […]
Go Between Bridge
Sapphire was contacted by HSLA to come up with advice regarding the suitability of anodising for the screen on the bridge in order to help beautify the bridge and worked with HSLA and Locker Group to come up with three of Sapphire’s Colours in 25 micron as it will withstand the saltwater environment in which […]