University College Dublin

Open Access | Year: 2019 | Sector: Education

Overview

Turvec have supplied a number of bike repair stations with integrated pumps to University College Dublin. The stations have been installed at various locations across the Belfield Campus, and incorporate a secure door to house the tools when out of use. Custom branding was included with the university logo and a RAL7035 grey finish.

Design team:

George Turvec

George Hosegood

Objectives

  • Custom branding
  • Secure door to enclose tools
  • Stainless steel pump piston
  • Read more on the UCD website, and The Irish Examiner

Products

  • Bike repair station & pump – custom branding, tools and manual bike pump

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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"Fab customer service all round. The installation looks fantastic and is a great addition to our on-site services."

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