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Early Contractor Involvement (ECI)

We have noticed many in the flood industry are able to continue working. Should you be using this time to investigate upcoming Flood Management Projects, the FloodFree team are available for Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) discussions. Inclusion at the ECI stage provides an opportunity for clients to gain access to our infrastructure expertise and experience…

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Navigating through operational restrictions

We hope you are all successfully navigating your way through operational restrictions due to COVID-19. The guys in the manufacturing facility may be few and far between, working under new social distancing rules, but we are glad to see they are still smiling! If we can be of service please connect, we’re here to help….

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Flood Protection for City High Rise Entrance

With the construction industry still in operation, installation of FloodFree Barriers continues. This 10m wide Tilting Flood Barrier protects a multi-story city building from flood water inundation. Its Passive design ensures the barrier raises to provide flood protection automatically, without any human intervention. https://www.floodfree.com.au/flood-barriers/tilting/

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Seeking: Technical Sales Engineer – FloodFree

The business: AWMA is an Australian owned and operated specialist in delivery of water control infrastructure projects.  With over 20 years’ experience in the water industry and with over 50 full-time employees, AWMA has successfully established themselves to be the market leader in their field. Working for some of the largest construction companies and water…

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World Water Day

Yesterday was World Water Day. With the impacts of COVID-19 hitting us all harder everyday it is a good time to remember the importance of fresh water and good hygiene. The manufacturers of FloodFree products – AWMA Water Control Solutions, are committed to providing innovative, safe and sustainable water management systems. We are currently continuing…

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What colour is your FloodFree entrance?

FloodFree Barriers are custom designed to suit client requirements including matching the aesthetics of the surrounding infrastructure. Trafficable sections may be painted with non-slip P5 rating epoxy paint in a range of colours with considerations for non-slip features and heavy traffic loads. Side panels can be manufactured from stainless steel with a brush effect, standard…

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COVID-19 Update

We have been monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak and the impact it is having on our people, clients and community. We are committed to providing and maintaining a working environment which minimises risks to the health of all. Having regard to advice from the Australian Government and leading world health authorities, we have implemented a number…

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World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development

It’s World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development. Today the FloodFree team celebrate global innovation, including our in-house crew of engineers and the sustainable flood mitigation solutions they development in partnership with our clients. FloodFree products are manufactured in Australia by AWMA who have developed a unique engineering skill set from over 20 years manufacturing experience…

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Please stand clear of flood barriers

Please Stay Clear of Flood Barriers: Tilting Flood Barriers are custom designed to suit each application, including withstanding predicted traffic loads ie; pedestrian, light vehicular or heavy vehicular. However, should passive flood barriers be obstructed during deployment, they can not provide efficient flood protection. All FloodFree Barriers are installed with associated signage and possibly warning…

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Passive Tilting Flood Barrier Manufacture

This 7m Tilting Flood Barrier will soon be on it’s way to protect a Sydney CBD building from flood and storm waters. Located in a commercial building a Passive Tilting Flood Barrier was required to ensure it operated autonomously, when needed, without any human intervention.

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