Wooden bus shelter ESSEX UNITED KINGDOM
with bench

wooden bus shelter
wooden bus shelter
wooden bus shelter
wooden bus shelter
wooden bus shelter
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Material
wooden
Other characteristic
with bench

Description

Wood chosen by the public A series of new rail passenger shelters made in Accoya have been installed with a positive response from the public. Stringent regulations which demand a 50 year service life for shelters, coupled with Abellio Greater Anglia’s support to install more sustainable and aesthetically pleasing products, led transport design firm Benjamin Stedman to recommend Accoya wood as the material of choice for their Natural Shelter range. The shelters have taken on a truly modern design – based on durable renewable materials. Accoya wood was ideal for this project as, not only does it come with an exceptional above ground guarantee of up to 50 years and 25 years below it, but its superior structural stability, high durability and low maintenance needs make it a unique solution that will stand the test of time. These shelters provide an entrance into the railway platform area and will see high footfall with seating areas and ticket machines located inside. The design offers great value as they can serve many different functions, ideal for un-staffed stations and most impressively, all of Benjamin Stedman’s shelters can be fully installed in just two days. Unlike most other shelters in the UK, which are usually constructed from painted steel, aluminium or – at the higher end – stainless steel, these new shelters are predominantly crafted from Accoya wood. In Cornwall, 68 Natural Shelter bus shelters have been installed, all constructed from Accoya wood. Some have been renovated to replace the older, weathered, steel shelters previously specified, whilst others are first time installations

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