At Greenline, we refuse to see Australia become an indoors country, so we’ve spent two generations softening the sun’s effects. Faced with extremely varied landscapes and conditions, we’ve learned to be creative in our approach. We design resilient structures that can stand up to the harsh, dry sun of the south, or use innovative design to catch breezes in the tropical heat of the north.
In doing this, we create much more than shade – we craft carefully designed spaces where communities can come together.
Working with Studio GA Architects, the Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation and Richard Johnson Anglican School, our team was challenged to design several large span fabric structures that complemented the upgrades to the outdoor areas. Greenline had to create waterproof walkway links between two areas within the school, cover a refurbished basketball court and provide cover to newly created outdoor eating areas.
We know that when it comes to designing shade, there’s no one-size-fits-all formula. We’ll
consider the space, the humans who use it, and how the sun fits into the picture, before applying our shade to the best effect. Maximum shade, strongest materials, longest life.
While every job at Greenline shares the same objective (glorious shade), the outcomes are all kinds of unique.
Greenline worked to our time line and delivered as per the spec. Their work was what was expected.
Friendly, professional communications and extensive help provided in the grant application process as well as excellent execution of the project.
Extremely easy to deal with. Professional service. Very happy with the completed job.
I find engaging with Greenline completely professional. The customer service is exemplary and the three projects I have been involved in with Greenline gives me connfidence in their communication, ability to meet deadlines and appease a customer, quality of work, competency in meeting regulations and OHS measures
I have great confidence in this team/company.