Oxford University Supply and installation of Rondo shelters.
Client: Oxford University-Surveyors department
Job: Renewal of cycle parking facilites
Architect: Surveyors department
The Rondo 80.1 style of modular shelters were supplied and installed at the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology at the University of Oxford. The barrel-vaulted roofing was in clear acrylate and the rear walls in 8mm security glass providing light access to the adjacent laboratories and an unobstructed view for the cctv system.
The clean, modern cantilevered design of the Rondo equipment fits well into any environment providing excellent weather protection with any rainwater being discharged through the frame structure to outlets at ground level.
The work carried out included the removal of previous cycle parking facilities together with installation of three separate shelters 2,400mm depth and in lengths of 4,500, 9,000 and 22,500mm respectively and including racks for 76 cycles. The work was completed within five days.
The steel structure was hot dipped galvanised as standard and additionally powder coated in a choice from 192 colours from the RAL colour register.
The Rondo series is also available in depths of 1,800, 4,200, 4,500 and 4,800mm together with a polycarbonate and bronze tinting for the roof and walls in solid trespa.