Urban Structures Product Selector

Urban Structures Product Selector

Urban Engineering is changing to become Marshalls Urban Structures; a specialist division of Marshalls, the UK's leading hard landscaping manufacturer. The new name also reflects the internal improvements made in the last year; there's expanded teams of fully qualified Design Engineers, Site Surveyors and Installation Specialists.

Urban Structures has launched a 2009 brochure which features all their canopies, walkways, shelters, cycle storage and a selection of street furniture suitable for educational landscapes. The brochure is supported by a new website which offers all the latest product updates, information and also case studies on recent projects.

New for 2009 includes tensile fabric structures, and products ideal for cycle storage the Velozone, the X Series and the BykeBin™.

Intensis tensile fabric structures have been developed to encourage outdoor learning and social interaction across all age groups. Each is available in a choice of standard sizes and in a range of colours.

Velozone is the latest addition to the cycle shelter range. Durable and adaptable, it is ideal for providing cycle parking in schools. Velozone has a modular design which allows it to be configured in single, multiple or compound formats.

The X Series is a contemporary cycle shelter which provides accommodation for up to ten cycles when used with our R10 cycle rack.

BykeBin™ plastic cycle lockers can be used to provide secure cycle parking. It is available in twelve colours with optional graphics panels.

For more details on Marshalls Urban Structures visit www.marshalls.co.uk/urbanstructures or call 0870 200 7979.

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