State Library of Victoria – Re-application of graffiti protection
During May 2015 our team re-applied the protective coating, Lyckeby SC20, to the front façade, colonnade area, Mr Tulk Cafe façade and the Wheeler Centre walls of the State Library. Almost every week a graffiti clean-up of the forecourt area is required. The application of this protective coating enables a faster and more efficient clean-up, often with warm water alone. Also, many permanent shadows (“ghostings”) on the sandstone surfaces have been prevented.
Parliament of Victoria – Re-application of graffiti protection
Recently our team was asked to re-apply the heritage-approved protective coating, Lyckeby SC20, to the colonnade / front façade and balustrades of Victoria’s Parliament House. Our team applied a new water-capture system to reduce the chance of water penetrating into offices below the mosaic floor. All work was completed in time for a major function.
Stripping of failed coating on steel sound fencing
A failed coating needed to be stripped from a 1.2 Km section of steel fencing along the new Pakenham Bypass. Graffiti Wipeout was given the task to arrange all traffic management, paint stripping, road sweeping, water cartage as well as waste water containment, collection and disposal. With only 10 days notice and a very tight deadline for completion our team successfully completed the removal of approx. 1,600m² coating on time and on budget.