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  • Introduction to external wall lights and bulkheads
    External wall lights and bulkheads are used to illuminate the areas around buildings. They generally have functional design, with an emphasis on energy efficiency and durability, although some decorative fittings, such as...
  • Introduction to acoustic barriers
    Acoustic barriers and fences provide privacy and reduce environmental noise pollution caused by road traffic, construction sites, industrial facilities and railways. Absorptive acoustic barriers absorb and eliminate noise as...
  • Introduction to road blockers
    Road blockers provide a high level of security and protection, enabling access control and traffic management at the entrances to sensitive or vulnerable sites. They are especially suitable for military, government,...
  • Introduction to bridges
    Kit bridges are supplied in either softwood or hardwood for site assembly. Available up to 11m in length, they are ideal for pedestrian traffic over small streams in difficult-to-access locations. Ornamental bridges often...
  • Introduction to cycle lockers
    Cycle lockers are used to securely store single bicycles at external public locations such as train stations, town centres, offices and other workplaces. They can provide revenue as part of a rental scheme. Horizontal cycle...
  • Introduction to sports fencing
    Sports fencing is installed around the perimeter of football pitches, tennis courts, multi use games areas (MUGAs) and other playing fields, to protect spectators and nearby buildings. Rigid mesh fencing is suitable for...
  • Introduction to cycle shelters
    Cycle shelters give bicycles cover from the rain and provide a designated bike parking area. They are used for schools and workplaces, as well as transport terminals such as train and bus stations. They commonly have a steel...
  • Introduction to mechanical parking systems
    Traffic density and the availability of car parking space are key issues in developing public realm, private residential and commercial environments. Mechanical parking systems provide one way of making the best use of every...
  • Introduction to illuminated bollards
    In addition to protecting buildings, illuminated bollards provide low-level lighting, which makes them especially suitable for pathways, car parks, and pedestrian and amenity areas. The bollards are manufactured from a range...
  • Introduction to climbing walls / boulders
    Climbing walls and boulders can be made to suit applications from large, commercial rock-climbing centres to small playgrounds. Formed from sprayed concrete or synthetic materials, artificial caves and boulders simulate the...
  • Introduction to external seats and benches
    External seats and benches are used in public spaces, commercial landscapes and other outdoor environments. Park seating ranges from traditional cast iron benches and high-quality crafted wooden seats to robust timber, steel...
  • Introduction to floodlighting
    Floodlighting is used to illuminate building exteriors, public amenity areas and sports facilities such as stadia. For architectural applications , flood lights provide attractive, decorative and effects that complement and...
  • Introduction to swings
    Swings are a popular piece of play equipment in many playgrounds, gardens and parks. The classic playground swing with a traditional plank seat is still prevalent, whilst bird’s nest / basket seats can accommodate several...
  • Introduction to cycle hoops and stands
    Cycle hoops and stands provide secure bicycle parking. The most effective designs allow both the frame and wheel of the bike to be locked up. Common types include the Sheffield stand, which has an upturned U-shape;...
  • Introduction to post and rail
    Post and rail products co-ordinate with wider street furniture schemes while acting as pedestrian barriers and guardrails at the side of roads. Cast iron and steel products come in a range of traditional profiles, well...