Temp Fence Hire

Whether it’s a new build, renovation, or large commercial project, Rapid Temporary Fencing has the temporary fencing product range to safely secure your construction site. Regardless of the site terrain, we can provide safe, secure and stable fencing solutions that exceed WorkSafe New Zealand/OSH standards.

Our most popular product is the 2.1m high safety fence panel with anti-climb mesh and these can be used with a number of different base options including steel plates, non-marking recycled rubber, or hi-visibility plastic shells filled with concrete. Our full range of products also includes pedestrian gates, bracing/supports, height reduction bars, wheeled vehicle gates, shaft collars and barbed wire.

All of our installation staff are Site Safe trained, ensuring all our temporary fencing sites are installed professionally. Rapid Temporary Fencing … when you need temporary fencing fast!

Temporary Fencing

Rapid Temporary Fencing has been supplying temporary fencing since 2007 and our quality service means we now have hundreds of temporary fence hire sites from Warkworth to Wellington and everywhere in between.

Our standard temporary fence hire unit is a Heavy Duty 2.1m high panel with anti climb mesh, it’s secured at the top with a clamp and stabilised by a 25kg concrete base. We also provide wheeled gates and standard bracing at no extra cost.

Whether your site is big or small our full range of temporary fence hire products and large installation teams mean we can have it secured within 24hrs.




Crowd Control Barriers

As the name suggests our crowd control barriers are used to create a barrier or controlled work area while dealing with the public. Whether it’s a construction site or event it is imperative to have members of the public separated from work zones and hazards. By using our crowd control barriers or bike rack you can create a safe environment while still looking great.

Construction Barriers

Our highly visible construction barriers are very popular on civil and infrastructure sites where they are used to isolate hazards and create safe walk ways. Barriers are low to the ground and interlock to ensure a safe and secure work area.