GABION BENCH SEATING
Rockweld Gabion Seats
Rockweld bench seats by Prospect Contractors are custom made Gabions, constructed out of welded mesh and filled with rock. The benches can be utilised as a retaining wall and functional and unique seating in a garden or park. They can be designed to suit a specific area, for example to fit a corner and can be straight or curved.
The seating added to the top of the baskets, can be made out of timber slabs or slats, concrete or recycled wood plastic composite (by Cosset). The rocks are usually hand faced and we use locally sourced sandstone or bluestone.
Prospect Contractors have installed Gabion bench seating in home gardens, playgrounds and schools around Adelaide. Rockweld seats are a unique, durable and cost effective landscaping idea! Call us for a free, no obligation quote.
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Bonython Park Seating
Prospect Contractors built a Rockweld bench seat at the new Bonython Park redevelopment. Designed by Wax Design the curved welded mesh bench incorporates two slabs of red gum for the seating area, enhancing the natural park setting beautifully.
McCracken Retaining Wall Seat
Location: Victor Harbour,
A Rockweld retaining wall incorporating corner bench seating at a home in McCracken, Victor Harbour.
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Gabion Seating & Planter Box
Location: Plympton, South Australia
A Rockweld Gabion retaining wall and a Gabion garden bed with bench seating, were installed in the front garden of a home in Plympton. A Gabion bench seat and corner planter box were also installed in the back garden.
Flinders Place Seating
Location: Flinders Place,
Pt Augusta, South Australia
Rockweld seats with Jarrah bench tops were installed in a park at a new housing development in
Office Display Seat
Location: Glandore, South Australia
Rockweld bench seat with timber slats on display at our Prospect Contractors office.
Location: Maylands, South Australia
Rockweld corner and curved shaped seating with concrete bench tops, installed at a business in Maylands.