Chainwire fencing and gates are a versatile option for a range of applications including secure fencing, property dividing runs, boundary fencing, enclosures and storage cages, warehouse and sports high screens, tennis courts and cricket nets.

Summit Fencing provides a variety of finishing options and post and wire gauges to suit your needs and specifications. Explore our chainwire sections below to view our extensive offerings.

Recent Projects

Quarry at Greystanes

Qanstruct, Dolerite Way NSW

The next stage of Dexus’ industrial development Quarry, which already contains the distribution centres for Toshiba, Fujitsu and Makita, was a large warehouse and office […]

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dnata Cargo Facility, Mascot

dnata, Mascot NSW

dnata is one of the world’s largest air services providers. Established in 1959, they offer ground handling, cargo, travel, and flight catering services in 84 […]

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PFD Distribution Centre

Frasers Property, Chullora NSW

Frasers Property Australia commenced the $70 million cold storage and food production warehouse for PFD Food Services at their six-hectare site in Chullora in mid-2017. […]

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Yandhai Nepean Crossing

Seymour White Constructions, NSW

The Roads and Maritime Services engaged Seymour White to construct a new pedestrian and cyclist bridge across the Nepean River between Penrith and Emu Plains. […]

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Alexandria Canal Works Depot

Cockram Constructions, NSW

The City of Sydney contracted Cockram Constructions to build a new depot to provide waste, maintenance and construction services for the southern city area. This […]

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Caddies Creek Sports Complex

Landscape Solutions, Caddies Creek Reserve NSW

Landscape Solutions was contracted by The Hills Shire Council to construct a new sports complex, that once completed will house two soccer/rugby/cricket fields, one shared […]

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Macquarie Rapid Build Prison

Hansen Yuncken, Wellington NSW

The 400-bed Macquarie Rapid Build Prison, in Central NSW, was the first of a number of ‘rapid build’ correctional centres to be constructed as part […]

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