Southern Housing Group

Secure Access | Year: 2018 | Sector: Residential

Overview

Southern Housing Group were looking to relocate their internal bike room to an external shelter in a courtyard at the rear of their offices. Turvec proposed a bespoke timber clad sedum shelter with 2ParkUp racks to maximise the space available.

Design team:

Paul Bergmamn

Paul Bergman

Objectives

  • Sheltered parking for 30 bicycles
  • Sedum roofing and timber cladding
  • Mag-lock access
  • Bicycle pump and lock storage bars

Products

  • 2ParkUp – gas lifting, secure locking points, Fietsparkeur certified
  • Cubic cycle shelter – sedum roof, sliding gates, timber cladding

What clients have said

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"Turvec had a product that they can design, manufacture and install which met our needs, it was a simple process."

Cala Homes

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"Turvec went above and beyond with various designs for our cycle storage provision, with diverse and quick responses. Turvec have proven to be very professional and efficient in finding a wide range of solutions and were very accommodating when it came to project delivery."

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