Details:

Who: Yarrawonga
Industry: Commercial, Education
Area covered: Outdoor Learning
Size: 8mx8m
Finish: Powdercoated Vivica Charcoal Pearl Matt
Cover: Protex Terracotta

Key Design Advantages:

Reduces UV reflection
Shelters building
Reduces heat and glare
Provides alternative space

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Yarrawonga School

Brief:

With the BER (Building the Education Revolution) project completed there was an unusable space that was quite hot and produced a lot of glare into the building. The space needed to be used as an alternative for outdoor study and provide a place to eat.

Outcome:

We proposed the Star structure as a cost effective, modern style solution which would cut direct and reflected glare into the adjacent classroom space, with the added benefit of the least interruption to the space with only one single column in the area. A free-standing structure, the Star structure is fully engineered and therefore avoids any risk of damage to the adjacent building.

The completed space looks absolutely fantastic and opens up many new possibilities for the staff and students at the school, all the while protecting them from harmful UV exposure!

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Greenline worked to our time line and delivered as per the spec. Their work was what was expected.

MBS PTY LTD, Mark Conroy

Friendly, professional communications and extensive help provided in the grant application process as well as excellent execution of the project.

Barnawartha Primary School - Bernadette Kelly

Extremely easy to deal with. Professional service. Very happy with the completed job.

Echuca East Primary School, Jodi Boal

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.

Wodonga Primary School, Damian Duncan