Security Bench Bollard with Reveal Line

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SKU CCW-33-038-00232
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  • Bench style bollard
  • Made with reinforced concrete
  • 24” Dia. x 19" ; 630 lbs.
  • 21 color/material options
  • 2 mounting options
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$292.88 $266.00

Product Overview

While bollards serve an important role in the safety and security of your pedestrian zones and storefronts, these sturdy structures can be multifunctional. For instance this concrete bollard is low to the ground, designed to double as a bench.

19 ” Concrete Bollard (Bench Style)


  • Made with reinforced concrete
  • Sturdy, 24” diameter base
  • 21 color/material options
  • Multifunctional bench-style

Possible Uses:

  • Block traffic from pedestrian areas, or bike paths
  • Protect vulnerable historic or memorial sites
  • Increase security for vulnerable storefront windows
  • Provide seating for parks or visitor areas




Standard Acid Wash Color OptionStandard Exposed Color OptionStandard Weatherstone Color Option




  • Material: Reinforced concrete
  • Size: 24” Dia. x 19"
  • Weight: 630 lbs.
  • Reinforcing: 1/4” Dia. steel rebar
  • Mounting Options: Built-in threaded inserts for threaded anchor bolts and built-in 4” x 14” sleeve for steel pipe anchor
  • Customizations: Material


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