Plastic Planter Boxes & Liners
- residential and commercial landscaping and design
Viking Plastics fabricate and supply plastic planter boxes and liners. Viking’s planter boxes are fabricated using Paneltim®, an innovative 50mm thick plastic sandwich construction panel. Liners for planter boxes and ponds are fabricated using 6mm thick polyethylene. Viking Plastics also fabricates wicking beds, raingarden liners and solutions to incorporate into water sensitive urban design.
Bespoke Design & Finishes
Viking’s plastic planter boxes are custom made for each project and can be finished in a range of cladding including (but not limited to):
- pressed or stamped metal panels
- decorative contact adhesive, or
Australia Wide Delivery
Fabricated in Melbourne, Viking Plastics’ products are available for delivery Australia wide.
Case Study 1: Caribbean Park
The exterior of the 16,000 square metre Jacobs Architects designed office complex at Caribbean Park incorporated 16 long planter boxes. The planters were supported by metal frames and fabricated using Paneltim® beige polypropylene, UV stabilised sandwich panels.
Each planter box is 8300mm long x 620mm wide x 540mm high. The fully welded five-sided boxes each have three internal cross braces plus two pipe braces that doubled as sling lifting tubes. The braces ensure the walls remain true when loaded with soil. The estimated weight of each planter box is 190kg. In addition, each planter box is fitted with five (5) welded penetrations for uses such as drain, irrigation conduit and architectural feature wire. The planter boxes were fabricated and delivered to site as complete individual boxes.
A new multi level car park will also be constructed at Caribbean Park. Viking Plastics has been contracted to supply further planter boxes to create a garden wall on the car park’s facade.
Case Study 2: Hudson Apartments
For Hudson apartments, Hawthorn, Viking Plastics fabricated a range of different sized planter boxes. The builders, Crema Group, clad the Panetim® plastic planter boxes with 50mm thick styrene, recessed light fittings into the
styrene and finished the outer surface with grey render.
Case Study 3: Cobuild, Walpole Street, Kew
Paneltim planter boxes were coated with rubberised render for their installation at Cobuild’s residential apartment building in Walpole Street, Kew. The Cobuild project required 35 planter boxes 2400mm (length) x600mm (wide) x1000mm (high). The boxes were installed with spacers between each planter to allow for thermal expansion and contraction.