ADCO: Liverpool Hospital (Sydney)

  • Date20 May 2021
  • Reading time 2 mins read

With a tight deadline and multiple elements involved, Mesh Direct's collaboration with ADCO challenged us in all of the best ways to provide banner mesh. ADCO are busy at work on the site of Liverpool Hospital's up-and-coming seven-storey car park. The ambitious development will offer an additional 500 car spaces, helping Liverpool's health infrastructure keep up with the region's fast-paced growth.

As well as being an exciting project to get involved in, working with ADCO is truly a privilege. They represent all the things we love in a company: Australian-owned; driven by family values, trust and honesty; built around responsibility, dynamism and teamwork. It's always a wonderful opportunity to collaborate with one of Australia's most established developers!

The Challenge
The deadline on this one was tight! A significant event which the Mayor himself was attending required 50 of the 350m of banner mesh to be ready earlier. Mesh Direct's fantastic team of designers and installers had it up and ready a full 12 hours before the event!

Adding to the challenge, this project involved multiple elements, from the banner mesh to a permanent billboard. Blending speed, quality and aesthetic impact, we delivered on this challenge with our usual efficiency and good humour.

banner mesh

The Product
We opted for Fire Retardant banner mesh to protect the site, the staff and passers-by from the chaos of construction. This lightweight material is versatile and practical, easily attachable to individual fence panels and with excellent airflow to reduce weight and strain. It also happens to look fantastic!

ADCO also required a permanent billboard for their site. We chose alu-panel and UV laminate. This budget-friendly and lightweight option can nonetheless stand the test of time and, most importantly, keep its good looks no matter what the weather throws at it.

The Result
The client was thrilled with the result! The products look great and perform their function perfectly. More than that, they create a strong visual impact that helps designate ADCO as a company people can trust.

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