Form Construction approached Warner Fences Waikato about boundary fencing and gates for The Wayward Pigeon, a new bar and restaurant that the company were project managing.The new 800sqm facility in north Hamilton needed boundary fencing as well as three sets of entrance gates. As seen in the images on the left, the fencing was top fixed onto cedar planter boxes. The fencing profile chosen was the Camden III powder coated in ironsand colour.
The opening date of The Wayward Pigeon was set in stone and so Warner's had a very tight turnaround time to ensure that the project was completed for the grand opening. However as Warner's fencing and gates are made here in New Zealand, this was easily done and the product was manufactured and dispatched ready for the Waikato team to install and finish the job on time. The end result is stunning fencing and gates that provide practical security whilst complementing the style and aesthetic of the new bar and eatery.