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Petersen Precast Site Furnishings - BB Bollard SeriesDescription: BB Bollard Series Model: BB Bollard Series Spherical bollards provide beauty with enhanced security. Petersen Mfg. precast concrete products are steel-reinforced, and built to meet or exceed any industry standard for strength and durability. Also, all of our products are available in a wide... Stromberg Architectural Products - BollardsDescription: Bollards Model: Bollards What are Bollards? Bollards are posts, balls, planters or other objects used to restrict motor vehicle traffic. Normally bollards are short, about three feet tall.