Australians are renowned for their love of oversized novelty attractions; from the Big Prawn to the Big Pineapple, it’s only fitting that TRJ Engineering is constructing a new oversized novelty for Victoria – this time in the form of two lounges.
With over 150 oversized novelty attractions scattered throughout Australia, TRJ Engineering will be working closely with Warrandale Industries to include another oversized novelty in a new estate in Craigieburn.
When TRJ first received the order for this lounge chair, the team had to overcome a few obstacles, namely transport and painting. Due to the size, the two lounges were split into four individual sections. The engineering team worked out the best way to split up the job so that when it was joined back together it would be just a structurally secure as a one-piece item.
It was decided that it would be best to transport the Lounge chairs without the Modwood artificial timbers installed. There was a high chance that the Modwood could be damaged during installation. Installing the Modwood onsite was the logical decision in this case.
TRJ Engineering is also currently working on a major landscaping project with Evergreen Civil, undertaking the refurbishment of both the Brunswick town hall and the Whittlesea council, Lalor street furniture upgrade.
With the Brunswick town hall, TRJ is currently in the middle of drafting planter boxes, seats and a Corten wall. The planter boxes will be fabricated using galvanised steel but will be edged with a Corten capping. This will provide the protection of the galvanising yet with the striking fashion of the Corten. Also fabricated out of Corten will be the heelsafe tree pits.
This finish will be in keeping with the existing facades of the Brunswick town hall.
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