Frame Timber / wood
Roof / sides Polycarbonate
Timber / wood
Features Integral seating
Fixing Root fixed
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Birds Nest Youth Shelter design

Frame is 150x150mm section Douglas Fir slotted into steel box section lower legs on steel base frame. Seats same timber 40mm thick 450 deep, can have steel edge detail to stop it being cut through. Roof tough acrylic panels - can be almost any colour or a 'rainbow' of colours. Can alter seating layout as required.

Groundworks by others - would require sub base 100mm or so down from FGL, with three smallish concrete pads, then we install structure and then final surfacing run though.

The design is based on our very popular Crows Nest structure - see pictures of this.


Birds Nest Youth Shelter design

Frame is 150x150mm section Douglas Fir slotted into steel box section lower legs on steel base frame. Seats same timber 40mm thick 450 deep, can have steel edge detail to stop it being cut through. Roof tough acrylic panels - can be almost any colour or a 'rainbow' of colours. Can alter seating layout as required.

Groundworks by others - would require sub base 100mm or so down from FGL, with three smallish concrete pads, then we install structure and then final surfacing run though.

The design is based on our very popular Crows Nest structure - see pictures of this.


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