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Restricted access? Not a problem!

Applications with restricted space are no longer an issue. Have a look how this slope with difficult access was stabilised using Platipus Percussion Driven Earth Anchors (PDEA®) directly behind this Swiss chalet. Great work by our local partners...

Temporary Contiguous Pile Support

A great shot of a recent Cirtex temporary works project in Sydney where Platipus Percussion Driven Earth Anchors (PDEA®) have been used to support contiguous piles. The contractor has done fantastic work here. Are you working on a project similar to this? Get in touch...

Brongain Footbridge, Llanfechain

Another successful Platipus ARGS® (Anchored Reinforced Grid Solution) project! The client required a robust solution to secure erosion control matting in order to protect a river bank from further erosion. Platipus supplied over 400 x S2 ARGS® Systems to hold down the...

Oldham & Royton Integrated Strategy

A great example of a flexible temporary slope stabilisation utilising Percussion Driven Earth Anchors (PDEA®) to provide a steep, stable and cost effective cut face slopes using basic readily available materials and equipment. Thanks to Farrans Construction and OGI...

Bristol Parkway FEC Embankment

Platipus supplied 180 B8 Cast Iron Anchors for this temporary works project, aiding the overall construction of an additional platform and associated track at Bristol Parkway Railway Station. The Platipus Percussion Driven Earth Anchor (PDEA®) is the ideal solution...

One Tower Bridge, London, UK

One Tower Bridge is a prestigious flagship project by Berkeley Homes, offering a stunning development adjacent to Tower Bridge. The urban environment together with buried services meant that a combination of Platipus D-MAN® and Deadman Fixing Systems were chosen for...

The High Line, New York

Yet another great example of Platipus Tree Anchoring Systems being used. The High Line is a repurposed railroad which twists and turns its way through Lower Manhattan, New York and was once part of the New York Central Railroad. After becoming derelict, this railroad...

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