In order to ensure the security of the famous and characteristic Place du Casino in Monte Carlo, CAME Urbaco has renewed the pedestrian and vehicular delimitation system of the plaza. The company has installed 68 G6 EVO bollards that offer not only robustness and security, but also an elegant and refined design for maximum compatibility with the architecture of buildings such as the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, the Café de Paris Monte-Carlo and the Casino de Monte-Carlo.
"We are very honored - comments Dario Bardi, General Manager of CAME Urbaco - that Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer has chosen CAME Urbaco solutions to ensure the road traffic safety of the most characteristic plaza in Monaco. The reference used for this prestigious location has shown once again the ability of CAME Urbaco to develop tailor-made solutions that are well suited to the various needs of our customers".
In the context of the large-scale renovation of Place du Casino, which has been returned to its original 1850 design, CAME Urbaco has installed 64 semi-automatic retractable bollards in stainless steel, with a polished 316 L finish which guarantees greater durability. These are used to delimit paths and areas during concerts, shows and other events that are organised in the plaza. Four automatic units with built-in hydraulic pumps were installed for the accesses. The bollards are also equipped with an interchangeable protective jacket, which CAME Urbaco designed in 2014 and has continued to develop over the years. This solution not only allows the bollard to be refurbished if necessary, avoiding high disassembly and reassembly costs, but also to completely customise its design.
One of the main objectives was to ensure maximum safety of the pedestrian areas and vehicle accesses around the Place du Casinò. To achieve this, CAME Urbaco developed a new and specific design for the bollard heads that allows them to be connected to each other with robust and elegant stainless steel chains, delimiting the vehicle lane even more effectively.
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