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Protecting Our Tamariki and Their Places of Education

Fencing is essential for securing educational institutions from childcare centres to universities. The Ministry of Education sets rigorous standards for design, emphasising functionality, responsiveness, and sustainability. Boundaryline fencing aligns with these standards, meeting regulations outlined in various guidelines such as the Fencing Act 1978 and Designing Schools in Aotearoa (DSNZ), ensuring safety, accessibility, and durability.

Boundaryline prioritises durability and low maintenance, offering long-lasting materials to keep school environments safe and visually appealing. With readily available products in large quantities, they meet tight installation deadlines common in educational settings.

Inclusive design is paramount for Boundaryline, tailoring solutions to accommodate diverse needs within schools. Their fencing panels are compliant with safety standards, addressing concerns like pool safety and fall prevention. Innovations such as the Wheelchair Accessible School Latch System highlight Boundaryline's commitment to inclusive access without compromising security.

Projects like Te Raekura Redcliffs School demonstrate Boundaryline's versatility, providing custom solutions to match unique environments and regulatory requirements. The fencing provided to the school comprised a range of custom and standard solutions with a wide range of features. These included custom powder coating to match the school’s colour scheme, raking panels installed on sloped grounds, balustrade panels compliant with the NZBC, and custom gates designed to meet the school’s requirements.

By closely adhering to Ministry of Education standards, emphasising durability, and embracing innovation, Boundaryline contributes significantly to creating safe, inviting educational spaces nationwide, safeguarding both students and their learning environments.

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