Autopa’s Boston Compound is a winner in the public sector

Autopa’s Boston Compound is a winner in the public sector

Autopa’s Boston Compound is still proving popular with the public sector throughout the UK.

Marsh Gibbon C of E School, Bicester, Oxfordshire specified Autopa’s 4m Boston Compound with extension bays to meet bicycle and scooter security requirements at the school. The shelter, bike stands and scooter stands were supplied and installed by Autopa.

Crawforddyke Primary School, Carluke, Lanarkshire had requirements for further security for bicycle storage and contractors Balfour Beatty specified Autopa to supply and install the Boston enclosed compound.

2gether NHS Foundation Trust required secure cycle storage at Wootton Lawn Hospital, Gloucester. Following work carried out by Autopa to retrofit a shelter at another hospital managed by the NHS Trust, Autopa’s Boston Compound was chosen over competitor products as the most suitable to fit their requirements. This compound (pictured) consists of a compound main bay and extension bay, fully enclosed at the rear with a secure, lockable door at the entrance. This bespoke compound also includes a covered central area adding further weather protection and security.

For any site wanting/required to cut carbon emissions, traffic congestion and promote a healthier lifestyle and sustainable development, the Boston Compound is an ideal choice. The Boston Compound helps promote bicycle usage by offering a suitable, safe, and usable cycle storage solution, with a wide variety of configurations, security, size and finish options to suit most site requirements.

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