Redleg designs, manufactures and installs both fixed and sliding relocatable
storage systems, which can be free-standing or suspended from a ceiling.
All systems are prefabricated in our workshop and bolt together, minimising
on-site installation time, noise, dust and vibration.
Our sliding storage systems can also accommodate various archaeological
and anthropological objects, such as masks, spears, boomerangs and other
suspendable objects. We also manufacture and supply mounting brackets
and clips which attach to the screens, allowing three-dimensional work
to be stored.
All storage systems are custom built, installed and maintained by Redleg
staff, and come with an on-site warranty.
Our museum storage shelves are constructed from painted steel, and the
shelves clad with ply and sealed for ease of cleaning. Suitable for the
storage of fragile objects.
We welcome working with your architect or engineer to design a system
that utilises your available storage space most effectively. A Redleg
representative would be pleased to visit your gallery or museum to discuss
your individual needs further.
These Redleg clients are using our storage systems:
• Sydney City Council
• The Brett Whiteley Museum
• The University of Technology, Sydney
• Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga
• University of New South Wales
• Orange Regional Gallery
• Bundaberg Art Gallery
• Toowoomba Art Gallery
• Brisbane City Hall Art Gallery
• University of Queensland Customs House
• Redcliffe Entertainment Centre
• Ipswich Art Gallery
• Deakin University
• RMIT Storey Hall Gallery
• Banyule City Council
art storage system at the University of Technology Gallery in
A movable storage system in a bank vault for the Bundaberg City
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