St James Quarter Edinburgh

Open Access | Year: 2021 | Sector: Public Space


St James Quarter is a 1.7 million square foot lifestyle and retail development in Edinburgh. We were contracted to supply and install our 2ParkUp bike racks, with challenging site constraints and a specific design brief. Our powder coated two-tier finish is a striking and complementary look for the development, in keeping with the contemporary aesthetic. Installed on a sloping gradient, the racks are staggered on concrete slabs which create accessible parking and storage.

Design team:

Liam Turvec

Liam Carroll


  • Supply and install 2ParkUp rack
  • Design to work on sloping gradient
  • A finish to complement contemporary aesthetic


  • 2ParkUp – gas lifting, secure locking points, Fietsparkeur certified

What clients have said

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We relied on Turvec’s expertise to assist in an expansion of our bike store. Throughout the whole process their team were dependable and knowledgeable. The installation process was well communicated throughout and we are very happy with the finished work, which is to the highest standard.


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