Landscape Architect & Specifier News

MAY 2017

LASN is a photographically oriented, professional journal featuring topics of concern and state-of-the-art projects designed or influenced by registered Landscape Architects.

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2017 Specifier's Guide site amenities 172 Landscape Architect and Specifier News Fencing / Metals Fencing / Welded Wire See ads on pages 175, 185 Information Request # 9016 Omega II Fence Systems 800-836-6342 Designed for areas with heavy public usage and to satisfy a greater need for protection. The rigid and contemporary ELITE and SECUR fence systems provide a truly creative and durable alternative to current fence systems, without the bulkiness. ELITE and SECUR offer an urban modern look adaptable to traditional or modern concepts. See ad on page 169 Information Request # 9626 Designmaster Fence/Deacero 800-332-2376 Designmaster fences include panels, posts, gates and all other accessories. All metal components are galvanized, treated with phosphate and polyester powder coated. Left: The 'Classic' fencing's V-shaped braces along each panel add resistance. Right: The 'Milan' fence forms sleek lines from a single wire that is curved and structurally reinforced with horizontal bars. See ads on pages 143, 186 Information Request # 9379 Merchants Metals 713-697-2981 We've been manufacturing high quality fencing products for over 60 years and offer an extensive line of ornamental, welded wire, chain link, wood and PVC fencing products for the specification market. As one of the largest fence manufacturers and distributors in the nation, our full line of specified products for industrial, commercial and residential applications are available nationwide. Information Request # 9757 Fortress Fence Products 844-909-1999 Versai residential and commercial ornamental steel by Fortress Fence Products' provides strength, style and durability. With up to 48" of adjustability and FortressShield maintenance-free coating technology, these materials have gained a loyal following from architects, developers and contractors. Continued on page 174

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