The Forum Birmingham

Secure Access | Year: 2019 | Sector: Residential


Turvec worked with Patrizia on the redesign and removal of the existing bike store, replacing with a high-specification mix of bike parking and additional amenities. The store incorporates a wash station, bike pump, tool stand, E-Bike charging point, secure swipe access enclosure and open access bike racks.


  • Remove existing bike racks and improve quality and accessibility of store
  • E-Bike charging, maintenance stations and wash facility
  • Secure and open access


  • Cradle¬†
  • Sheffield stand
  • Vertical bike locker
  • Cubic
  • E-Bike station
  • Bike repair station
  • Wash station
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Vertical Bike Locker

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Public Bike Repair Stand & Pump

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Bike Wash Station

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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"My colleagues and I are getting to and from work without our bikes breaking down!"


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    Our knowledge and expertise are informed by our experience of delivering quality bike facilities across a broad range of sectors for a variety of clients. Learn more about our previous work below.

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