Australian designer and manufacturer of custom made bench seating
HEAVY DUTY, SAFE & TOUGH DESIGNS
FACTORY DIRECT, 100% AUSTRALIAN MADE
DELIVERED AND CONSTRUCTED
CUSTOM DESIGNS TO SUIT ANY PUBLIC SPACE
ENCAT can custom design and manufacture outdoor hardwood timber bench seating. Each bench seat is custom made to suit your specific application and is perfect for outdoor locations like beaches, boardwalks and other public areas.
Designed to withstand Australia’s harsh weather conditions our outdoor hardwood timber bench seating has stainless steel straps and is also UV protected.
Our outdoor seating products can be complemented with handrails, balustrades, bollards, gates or even pedestrian fencing to give your location the best in public safety features and traffic management.
Australian outdoor bench seating products that are compliant
- Material: Hardwood timber
- Colour: Will vary slightly
- Specifications: 3000mm length, 450mm wide, 500mm high
Additional information about ENCAT's Outdoor timber hardwood bench seating
ENCAT is Australia’s largest manufacturer and supplier of products used for civil applications in public spaces. Since 1989 we have been designing and manufacturing products used by councils, national parks, schools, universities and other locations. While we specialise in pedestrian fencing we have the skills, tools and equipment to design products to solve many different civil engineering requirements or applications.
- Custom design and engineering.
- Local manufacturing and fabrication.
- Experience working in difficult to access public spaces.
- In-house expertise, tooling and equipment.
See some of the projects ENCAT completed in Australia
Botany Council decided to improve the safety of the Molineaux Point look out by installing our Fasterail outdoor steel balustrade system to protect people form falling
We were contracted to design and install a new modular boardwalk into Auburn Botanic Gardens as part of their Masterplan upgrades
We designed & installed the new staircase modular boardwalk on Maloneys Beach as part of the Murramarang South Coast Walk project in NSW