The PP8A Perimeter Fencing will be reinforced and strengthened to deter the intrusion of stray dogs


1/7/2014

The PP8A RA has approved an allocation/budget for improvement and strengthening works to the existing chain-link-fence. This is necessary in order to upgrade the durability and to enhance the ability to withstand tear or break-in. The concrete reinforced bedding will be the most effective measure to deter the rampant intrusion of stray dogs into our G&G scheme. The mild steel anchor pillar to the perimeter fencing will also be re-painted with anti-corrosion oxide paint for more lasting structural integrity.

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Conceptual illustration of concrete reinforced bedding to strengthen a typical chain link fence.

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BEFORE — PP8A original chain-link-fencing is without concrete reinforced bedding

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AFTER —- Concrete bedding strengthening work was done to the fencing…… photo updated on 14/7/2014

Just to recapture our memory, the RA had signed an undertaking letter before the commissioner of oath  on 13/6/2013 for the maintenance of perimeter fencing at RA own cost, this is one of the prerequisite requirements imposed by the local authority (Majlis Perbandaran Sepang) in granting the approval for PP8A Gated & Guarded Community Scheme.

For more story about the maintenance of fencing, please read our earlier post at link below:

https://tpp8a.com/2013/10/19/we-are-determined-and-obliged-to-upkeep-the-perimeter-fencing/

https://tpp8a.com/2013/08/25/we-repair-the-fencing-in-a-hot-sunday-afternoon/

https://tpp8a.com/2012/11/18/would-you-like-pp8a-fencing-to-be-in-this-state-after-months-or-perhaps-a-year-or-2-from-now/

 

6 responses to “The PP8A Perimeter Fencing will be reinforced and strengthened to deter the intrusion of stray dogs

  1. The fencing looks much stronger or less flimsy than before

  2. Fully support this initiative. Great job.

  3. That’s great idea. At least the fencing will last longer & save on repairing job in future.

  4. Fully agree with Aaron Wong! The next mission of RA and the residents of TPP8A.

  5. This will again improve the image of Phase 8A with the active committee taking initiative to maintain the assets at their best possible condition. Maybe we should start thinking of setting up a sinking fund to accumulate enough capital to replace the fencing with a better quality and durable fence in the future. Any suggestion is welcomed.

  6. The improvement and strengthening works for chain-link fence can help to extend the life span at least another 5-10years. It also stop the wild dog crawling in at the bottom and prevent damages by massive grass.

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