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Bunnings Warehouse stores are more sustainable and have lower construction and maintenance costs, by designing for Safety Path environmental exit signs to keep millions of their customers and the employees safe.
International property giant CBRE has installed Safety Path exit signs in shopping centres and State Government owned heritage buildings in Melbourne.
Crema Group chose low emissions, battery free, Safety Path LED exit signs for its new corporate headquarters in Melbourne.
Giancorp Property Group is converting its electric-battery exit signs to Safety Path hybrid LED Exit Signs, to reduce emissions, eWaste and operating costs for its building assets.
Australian retailer and property giant Harvey Norman has retrofitted existing stores with Safety Path exit sign technology.
Safety Path’s hybrid exit signs are keeping Carlton Football Club’s AFLW and AFL players safe in its ultra-modern training facility at IKON Park.
Melbourne Business School retrofitted with Safety Path Hyperion Hybrid Exit Signs to replace its electric-battery signs.
The Officeworks conversion involved removing every old electric-battery exit sign and replacing them with battery-free Safety Path exit signs.
Liuzzi Property Group retrofitted the well-known Princes of Wales Hotel in Richmond with Safety Path Hyperion Hybrid Exit Signs.
Royal South Yarra Tennis Club has retrofitted the exclusive club with Safety Path Exit Signs and Safety Path stair treads.
One of Melbourne’s largest and fastest growing Council’s, Wyndham City Council, has installed Vivacity LED Stud Lights through a park in Point Cook.
Vivacity LED Safety Tactiles are keeping pedestrian safe at a busy intersection in central Bendigo.