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Our Team Has Grown!

Our Team Has Grown!

Turvec are growing. We’re designing, planning and installing more cyclist-focused bicycle racks, shelters and repair stations in the UK than ever before. So, we’ve made two recent additions to our team.

Here’s the lowdown on our new colleagues:

Chris Duthie – Lead Project Manager

With over 5 years of experience in the delivery of construction projects both in his native New Zealand, and here in the UK, Chris is a valuable addition to our team. As our Lead Project Manager, Chris is the main point of contact for clients on all major Turvec projects. In his spare time, Chris regularly plays basketball, and can be found riding his fixie around London.

Jonathan Oldaker – Marketing Manager

With extensive content marketing experience, Jon is our new Marketing Manager. Visiting and testing our new installations, Jon ensures and then showcases Turvec’s product quality. Jon is also our point of contact for marketing opportunities and growth. A keen cyclist and racing fan, you’ll catch Jon out on his road bike whenever possible.

Onboarding during Covid-19

Onboarding new team members remotely isn’t straightforward, but we’ve adapted like everyone else, and it’s been great to see the extra faces on our daily calls. Once it’s safe to do so, we can’t wait to get together as a team. But meanwhile, you’ll still catch us from our kitchens and living rooms.

Despite the challenges of home working, we’ve been able to keep on delivering projects for our clients, with no drop in quality. Strengthening our team means we can continue to deliver more and more projects, and keep on raising the bar for bicycle storage in the UK.

Turvec COVID-19 Statement 24.03.20

Our main priority at Turvec is the health and wellbeing of our staff, customers, supply chain and stakeholders. 

We are fortunately set-up in a way which allows us to work from home with no limitations on our day-to-day activities. Our office based staff have been working remotely since Tuesday 10th of March. 

Our site teams are complying with our social distancing policy and the evolving UK Government Guidelines. The situation is reviewed daily.

We are closely monitoring our supply chain and stock levels for any upcoming disruptions, this situation is being reviewed on a daily basis. 

Our goal is to open clear and frequent lines of communication with our clients if a project is likely to be impacted by any disruption.

If you have any further questions do not hesitate to contact us on or 0800 246 5484.

Shard Place Cycle Parking

Shard Place is a 26 storey residential tower being constructed next to The Shard. Constructed by MACE the building will comprise of 176 units with 212 Turvec 2ParkUp two-tier bike spaces with gas-lifting, we are additionally installing accessible parking in the form of conventional Sheffield stands. Turvec are delivering this project in 2020.



Brentford Community Stadium

Turvec have been contracted to install the external cycle parking at Brentford Community Stadium. We have designed WaveUp shelters to accommodate 186 2ParkUp two-tier spaces in the public realm. Located at Kew Bridge station the development includes 910 apartments and a new 17,500 seater stadium for Brentford Football Club.

Southeastern Cycle Hubs Secured

Turvec have been awarded the contract for the bike parking in the new cycle hubs at Tonbridge and Orpington for Southeastern Railway.

Over 400 bike parking spaces will be installed in the two hubs, with predominantly 2ParkUp two tier racks. The hubs will also incorporate accessible parking stands for non-standard bicycles, creating a fully accessible facility for cycle-rail commuters, this allocation for larger and recumbent style bicycles was an important requirement as a significant number of double-tier racking is being installed. Bike pumps and maintenance stations have been incorporated to provide cyclists with workstations to tune and make repairs to their bicycles, an important consideration for the overall operation of the hub and reduce numbers of abandoned bikes.

The hub at Tonbridge will include our unique E-Bike charging points built into the secure locking bar of the 2ParkUp. Around 2% of all bicycle spaces include a charging facility, the design of the 2ParkUp allows for charging points to be retro-fitted into existing racks, allowing Southeastern to increase numbers and keep up with future demand and the expected growth in e-bikes.

We are excited to be delivering our first cycle-rail projects in partnership with Southeastern, the first phase will be completed late summer 2018.

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Christmas Study Tour

The Turvec team visited Copenhagen for our 2017 Christmas party, a great opportunity to get on bikes and explore Danish cycling culture.

Copenhagen has an impressive cycling modal share, 62% choose to cycle to work or university. As part of our trip we cycled across Dronning Louise Bridge at rush-hour, this is one of the busiest cycle routes in the world, over 48,400 bicycles cross every day. An enjoyable end to a successful year, we look forward to 2018!

Turvec moves house

In August we relocated our London base to 4th floor 33 Cannon St. This move marked a major milestone for Turvec moving from our hot-decking base in East London to our own space in the City.

We still have a base in Mid-Wales, and our storage and operations facility continues to be based in Welshpool. Feel free to pop in and see us at our new address!