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  • Feb 28, 2020

Our GEOHEX™ Erosion Control System was recently used to create a temporary access road in Sydney’s iconic Centennial Park for a film shoot.

Installed by our civil partner, TJM Earthworks, this temporary road was required to ferry heavy traffic from the production company in and out of the site while the set was being constructed. GEOHEX™ was chosen as the solution for this project due to the lightweight nature and sustainability of the product. Unlike traditional road materials such as concrete or asphalt, GEOHEX™ plastic grid paver system can be easily installed and removed, making it ideal for a situation such as this. Additionally, the GEOHEX™ system provided durability in managing the heavy loads as well as any water run off while still protecting the ground beneath.

Watch our video case study on this project to learn more about how our Geohex Erosion Control System can be used for managing soil erosion and water run off on driveways, walkways and temporary roads.