Projects and case studies featuring structures on EXTERNAL WORKS. Inspiration and ideas to help you find the best solution for your project.
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  • Langley Design Street Furniture: Shelters for Crown Hills Community College, Leicester
    Shelters for Crown Hills Community College, Leicester
    Langley Design Street Furniture
    Project, 07 December 2018
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  • Zenith Canopy Structures: Canopy shelters for Cheadle & Marple Sixth Form College
    Canopy shelters for Cheadle & Marple Sixth Form College
    Zenith Canopy Structures
    Project, 14 November 2018
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  • Zenith Canopy Structures: Vela 150 canopy for social distancing and shade
    Vela 150 canopy for social distancing and shade
    Zenith Canopy Structures
    Project, 27 February 2021
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  • Langley Design Street Furniture: Shelters for Crown Hills Community College, Leicester
    Shelters for Crown Hills Community College, Leicester
    Langley Design Street Furniture
    This Leicester BSF project had a wide range of products that ensured the pupils have excellent external learning and socialising areas. The Client Manager wanted to compliment the strong design of the school with modern,...
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  • Zenith Canopy Structures: Canopy shelters for Cheadle & Marple Sixth Form College
    Canopy shelters for Cheadle & Marple Sixth Form College
    Zenith Canopy Structures
    Cheadle & Marple Sixth Form College in Stockport required structures to provide protection from the elements for an outdoor eating and drinking area for its sixth form students.
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  • Zenith Canopy Structures: Vela 150 canopy for social distancing and shade
    Vela 150 canopy for social distancing and shade
    Zenith Canopy Structures
    Extra outdoor covered space was required by Cardinal Newman College in Preston to allow students to maintain social distancing throughout the year. The college chose four 5 x 5m Vela 150 sail canopies from Zenith, joined together...
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