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Adelaide Convention Centre – Tactile Replacement

Adelaide Convention Centre Tactile Replacement Aug 2017

There are thousands of tactile indicators spread across the Adelaide Convention Centre stairways and ramps that help keep the visually impaired safe from tripping hazards. ¬†They are under pretty heavy foot traffic so it’s understandable that a few would come loose from time to time. ¬†This is where Stepsolve came in handy for replacing the […]

Pultney Grammar – Skateboard Deterrents


Last month we got a call from Affinitas who look after the maintenance¬†work for Pultney Grammar. ¬†They just built a new¬†courtyard outside the school library and needed some skateboard deterrents installed along the walls, as well as replacing some older ones that were starting to come loose. ¬†We used our bull nosed type with stem […]

ALDI Kensington – August 2017

ALDI Kensington August 2017

Stepsolve won the contract through Sarah Constructions to supply & install our TT-DL stainless steel tactile indicators at the new ALDI in Kensington. ¬†They had¬†to be set out to follow the curved entry leading from the carpark into the store. We have templates made up to match the curve required which makes the end product […]

Welcome to the new office, and welcome to the team Jules!

It’s been a while since any news was posted but that silence has now been broken!! Not only have we moved into our new and “soundproofed” office, away from the noise Peter constantly emits, plus we also welcome Jules Dangov to the StepSolve team. Jules was part of the Floorsafe International team for many years, […]

NCC releases new guidelines for slip resistant surfaces

National Construction Code

In June 2014, Standards Australia released an updated handbook for: HB 198:2014 Guide to the specification and testing of slip resistance of pedestrian surfaces, as part of the National Construction Codes, or NCC (formerly known as the Building Code of Australia, or BCA). The new guide covers: AS 4586: Slip resistance classification of new pedestrian […]