Day 1. The Accoya frame is first assembled at the factory to check for any issues. It is then assembled on site.
Day 1. Assembly is completed by 2-3 fitters
Day 1. Accoya framework completed.
Day 2. Glazing is fitted to the sides, rear and roof of the shelter.
Day 2. The shelter is fitted with a 13.5mm thick toughened laminated opaque glass roof.
Day 2. The glass sizes are specified to be very resistant against vandalism, yet easy to replace in unfortunate cases where this does occur.
Day 2. Preparing roof seals.
Day 2. Wiring looms and testing takes place.
Day 2. LED lights wired and roof glazing completed.
Day 2. Completed shelter. Railway station still in refurbishment and awaiting platform tarmac and finishing.
Day 2. Shelter fully installed andready for public use once other station refurbishment works are completed.
Where sites allow 15 minute installations can take place with minimal disruption to the public and operators alike.
Using this method many shelters can be installed daily.
This 5m x 1.5m shelter was assembled at the factory and delivered on its raft at an angle to accomodate a 4º sloping pavement.
Using a Hiab our shelters can be quickly moved and relocated whenever required. For example, if a bus route changes.
Once the shelter is in place, the glazing and electrical services are completed. This generally takes around 2 hours.
This MINI Shelter is on a square base. It can be rotated in 90º increments and positioned to give users the best weather protection.