Termite & Rot Resistant Boardwalks

Boardwalks and Substructures

Our pedestrian boardwalks and substructures are ideal for high-salinity coastal, marsh and wetland regions where harsh environments challenge traditional materials, such as timber, steel and concrete. Our boardwalk designs are adaptable to suit a range of terrains or contours, including minimal ground penetration substructures for sensitive heritage areas. The Envire boardwalks can be built in modules for ease of installation in a variety of lengths and widths. Our boardwalks have been installed in a variety of urban, rural and coastal locations, where they fit seamlessly into each local environment.

Non Toxic, Recycled Plastic Boardwalks

Resistant to termites, rot, water and sun damage our boardwalks are strong, long-lasting and don’t require painting or oiling. Easy to work with (drill, screw, rout), non-toxic, washable and made from splinter-free composite recycled plastic.
The Envire patented recycled plastic boardwalks come with IR’s ten year material and manufacturing warranty.

Some of our Boardwalk Projects

  • EverTuff Jetty
  • Duracomp Bridge Decking
  • Envire Boardwalk
  • Evertuff Boardwalk / Access Ramp
  • Envire King's Billabong Boardwalk
  • Envire King's Billabong Boardwalk
  • Envire Lyne Park Boardwalk
  • Evertuff Wynyard Boardwalk
  • Popeye Landing DuraComp Deck140

Some of our Bridge Projects

  • Boardwalk in Construction
  • EverTuff Bridge at Bray Park
  • Duracomp Wheelchair Bridge at Campbelltown
  • Duracomp Bridge
  • EverTuff Boardwalk
  • EverTuff Bridge Adelaide City Council

Tough, Maintenance Free Boardwalks

Why waste timber when waste plastic is engineered to outperform timber and is perfect for the harsh Australian climate. Our boardwalks are unaffected by extreme climates, resistant to UV and termite damage and will provide a durable alternative to traditional boardwalk materials.

The composite recycled plastic does not leach contaminants and does not absorb water. Our boardwalks are proven in coastal and wetland regions, making them the cost effective and preferred choice.