The definition of bollard is a pole or a post form in a line which can hinder the vehicle from passing the designed passage. It is very common used in public places like drive through window to prevent driving too close. Bollards are typically used to protect pedestrians, for crowd control, and separate pedestrians and vehicles. You have probably seen them every day in a variety of places.
Schools, hospitals, roadways, and almost anywhere a pedestrian or vehicle can travel. The entrance to pedestrian only zones, along dangerous boundaries, along shop and store fronts, and around historical buildings, all can be found. For example, the yellow pole that keeps you from driving too close to the drive-thru window. It can be used on pathways, driveways and parking areas to effectively prevent the access or entrance of unauthorized vehicles and traffic.
Bollards are not only for blocking purpose, if you place them designed, they could form a view sometimes as well. The most common use is to prevent parking on pavements and walkways. Some are specifically designed to put in areas around schools to slow down speeding drivers. Using the wrong type of bollard or putting one in the wrong place can cause problems for pedestrians and vehicles. They are very useful in the right place but you need to think about whether they are the best solution to your problem. Concrete bollards, for whatever purpose they are used, are a seemingly unobtrusive but very necessary ground fixture of which people should be consciously aware. Because builders deign them purposely to be major items of the landscape, they certainly make the scenery look architecturally beautiful and attractive, while serving a much needed function. Our bollards are enhancing and well-designed architectural features. We have the best solutions for security, traffic control and our landscaping projects will help you enhance structure and site design while defining boundary and crowd controls.