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Adelaide Fence Co to be wound up


Adelaide Fence Co, which completed government, residential and commercial projects across the state and sponsored the Football Federation of South Australia, has fallen into administration.

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Members of the Salisbury-based company, founded in 2014, met yesterday and decided to appoint liquidators to wind it up.

According to a company brochure, Adelaide Fence Co boasted customers such as SA Power Networks, ElectraNet, lendlease, Badge and Sarah Constructions, was a leading supplier an installer of fencing, gates, retaining walls, security mesh and hand rails, and worked on major projects including the Royal Adelaide Hospital and Adelaide Oval.

“We have installed some of the biggest and most iconic projects in South Australia,” the document reads.

“Projects such as Royal Adelaide Hospital, Women’s Prison, numerous substations, Adelaide Oval and various council works.”

Newcastle-based liquidator Bradd Morelli has been appointed to wind the company up.

According to ASIC records, the company had fended off an application to wind it up in early 2018, but creditors decided to wind it up yesterday.

InDaily contacted Adelaide Fence Co and the liquidator’s firm, Jirsch Sutherland Insolvency and Voluntary Administration, for comment.

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