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Jacksons Specified for Swansea Project

Last updated: Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - Save & Share

Pedestrians have been segregated from a new distributor road in Swansea by Jacksons Fencing railings with timber panels.

Swansea City Council specified their Tri-Guard railings for the Morfa Distributor Road in the River Tawe corridor, a major transport link benefiting both the local community and the economic welfare of the area.

The new route is part of a Welsh government backed regeneration project announced by Welsh Transport Minister Edwina Hart.  It creates a new link between Swansea City Centre and the Liberty Stadium, home of Premier League side Swansea City.

Peter Jackson from Jacksons Fencing said: “High quality security fencing near a busy road is a must, and our Tri-Guard range of fencing fits the bill perfectly. Its innovative, anti-climb design means it will prevent any individual from reaching the road, keeping both pedestrians and road-users safe from accidents.”

Jacksons Tri-Guard railings with timber chevron panels were selected for the project to secure the sides of the road.

Mike Jenkins from South Wales Fencing, the company that installed the fencing, said: “Jacksons Fencing products were a great choice for this project. Their well-thought-out design meant that installation was very straightforward and quick, allowing for the project to be completed ahead of schedule.” 

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