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  • Tensile wins Webnet Mesh Carpark facade | Tensile Design & Construct
    park to achieve open deck classification under the BCA eliminating the need for hydraulic and air exchange systems Designed by Fitzpatrick Partners and to be built by AW Edwards Tensile is looking forward to another successful installation If you would like to discuss this project or using Webnet stainless steel mesh in an application such as this contact Tensile Our experienced team can provide turn key tensile solutions for any

    Original URL path: http://www.tensile.com.au/tensile-wins-webnet-mesh-carpark-facade/ (2014-01-05)
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  • Green Facades – Current research projects | Tensile Design & Construct
    The project aims to provide quantitative answers to the benefits of green facades in relation to the insulation of buildings monitoring the reduction of heat gain and temperature differences for buildings with or without green facades The team will also be looking at various climbing species and their suitability to green facades in an Australian climate rate of growth and optimal facades for their longevity To date the green facade industry has only been operating with anecdotal evidence of these benefits based upon real life examples and or information from Europe or the USA which has only limited uses in Australia Tensile is excited to be part of this research project and looks forward to the first results In other news we have also begun trials for another high rise development similar to our work on 1 Central Park Below are images of the installation recently undertaken to look at various growing mediums and their effects on the climbers Once complete Tensile will be able to combine this information with our wind studies conducted for the 1 Central Park green facades providing our clients with un paralleled knowledge on the design and implementation of green facades for the built environment

    Original URL path: http://www.tensile.com.au/green-facades-current-research-projects/ (2014-01-05)
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  • Green facades at Goulburn St carpark | Tensile Design & Construct
    stainless steel mesh is widely used in green facades for its flexibility low cost and ability to integrate with many climber species The use of climbers with Webnet mesh enable green facades to be retrofitted to just about any building With the trial set to start later in the year Tensile looks forward to this exciting landmark project Further information on Webnet stainless steel mesh can be found here Previous

    Original URL path: http://www.tensile.com.au/green-facades-at-goulburn-st-carpark/ (2014-01-05)
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  • Webnet for Balustrades | Tensile Design & Construct
    this product is sustainable in the best sense of the term especially in regards to its cost effectiveness Apart from the comparatively low investment one of the key benefits of Webnet is that it involves virtually no maintenance expenditure For architects and builders the fascination of Webnet as a balustrade material is based chiefly on its usefulness paired with its uniquely minimal visual impact Thanks to its discreet and unobtrusive appearance it can be deployed in practically every style context and for implementing a host of design approaches In many situations Webnet gives planners totally new aesthetic and creative options In staircases that require no handrails for instance it can completely replace a railing by stretching it across an oriented surface this emphasizes the architectural form with impressive purity Depending on ambient light conditions and the viewing angle the Webnet topology is either nearly invisible or seduces the observer with its filigreed structure Its visual effect ranges from that of a diaphanous veil to that of a type of skin While it functions as an effective and dependable barrier from a physics point of view it is so transparent that it interferes neither with the lighting concept nor with the lines of sight Finally the integration of Webnet in a given design concept is simplified by the fact that it can be coated with all RAL and NCS colors For the implementation of Webnet balustrades the netting can be tensioned between steel posts or rods or with wire rope and nets with lengths of up to 100 meters can be installed in this way Another option is to use pre strung steel frames Pre assembled in the workshop they can be quickly and conveniently installed on site As evidenced by numerous real world applications Webnet structures are a noteworthy alternative

    Original URL path: http://www.tensile.com.au/webnet-for-balustrades/ (2014-01-05)
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  • Green facades in small spaces | Tensile Design & Construct
    the growth phase of the plants Tensile s green facade systems are custom designed from a standard range of fittings meaning that we can adapt our designs to fit your space the design possibilities are as endless as your imagination Our team can assist you to achieve the best design solution for your project from small bespoke pieces to large scale installations Tensile can provide either a complete kit of

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  • Tensile: Contact us | Tensile Design & Construct
    News Links Contact Us LinkedIn Facebook Pinterest Contact Us If you have any questions regarding Tensile s products or services or would like to leave a comment complete the form below or give Tensile a call Your Name required Your Email required Subject Your Message Latest Projects Location PO Box 967 Mona Vale 2103 NSW 0424 176 663 email info tensile com au About People Our Philosophy Client List Projects

    Original URL path: http://www.tensile.com.au/contact-us/#wpcf7-f1174-p10-o1 (2014-01-05)
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